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Title: Mask making Sculpture 1


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Mask making Sculpture 1
  • Facial Features
  • Mask

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Masks by Mr. Biglan
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Carnival masks
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Masks from central America
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AFRICAN MASKS
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Native American Masks
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Facial Features mask requirements
  • Mask must depict between one to three facial
    features. No more than 3 features.
  • The scale ( size ) of these features CANNOT
    match.
  • Must CANNOT be an oval shape.
  • Additional objects may be represented ( jewelry,
    scars, glasses, hair, braces, food, etc. )
  • Mask must contain an opening.
  • Color scheme does NOT Have to be local.
  • You must show me three thumbnail sketches before
    you begin.
  • Mask cannot not exceed 36 inches in one direction
    but no smaller than 24 inches.

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Pablo Picassos depiction of the face
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Mask building process 1.Building the mold -A
mold is a structure that is covered with a
malleable sculpture medium, This medium is later
removed and retains the shape of the mold. The
mold will be made from cardboard, newspaper and
masking tape. Start by cutting out the basic
shape of your mask from cardboard. Also cut out
several long strips of cardboard about an inch
wide. Cut slits into the surface of the long
strips of cardboard. Do not cut all the way
through the cardboard. This will help the
cardboard bend smoothly. Bend these strips around
the basic shape of the face and tape onto the
larger shape. Now you will have a raised face
shape. On top of this basic structure start
taping crumbled up pieces of newspaper. These
pieces of newspaper should be in the shape of the
features of the mask. Build up the newspaper and
tape until you have a solid and detailed 3D form.
This is your mold. 2.Plaster -Cut plaster gauze
into small strips. Dip these strips into warm
water and completely cover the outside area of
the mold. Repeat this process after the first
layer is dry. Let dry overnight and then remove
mask from the mold. Plaster should be in the
shape of the mold. Place a layer of gauze inside
the mask and along the edges. Discard the
mold. 3.Finishing touches -After the plaster is
dry add small amounts of self hardening
(celluclay) clay. This should be for details like
hair, wrinkles, texture, etc. Blend and smooth
well so it will adhere to the plaster, let
celluclay dry overnight. Also think about adding
any found objects that make conceptual or visual
sense. Paint mask.
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What Supplies Do I Need To Make The Mold?
  • Pencil And Eraser
  • Ruler
  • Scissors
  • Xacto Knife
  • Stiff Cardboard
  • Masking Tape

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I. Building A Mold
  • Step 1
  • Using Resources, Draw A Preliminary Sketch In
    Frontal And Profile Views

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I. Building A Mold
  • Step 2
  • Referring To The Frontal View Of Your Preliminary
    Sketch, Draw The Outline Of Your Form On A Piece
    Of Cardboard

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I. Building A Mold
  • Step 3
  • Measure And Cut One-Inch Strips Of Cardboard
  • Score Strips, Being Careful Not To Cut Through
    The Cardboard

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I. Building A Mold
  • Step 4
  • Bend Strips Along Scoring Lines And Fit Them
    Perpendicularly Along The Edges
  • Tape Strips Securely To The Form

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I. Building A Mold
  • Step 5
  • The Mold Is Now A Raised Form
  • Reinforce Any Loose Sections With Tape

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I. Building A Mold
  • Step 6
  • Draw and Cut Out Shapes For Areas That Will
    Project
  • Tape Shapes To The Form

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I. Building A Mold
  • Step 7
  • Build Up The Form By Taping Down Crumpled
    Newspaper
  • This Process Will Require Using Many Layers

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I. Building A Mold
  • Step 8
  • Building The Form Requires Patience As Each Layer
    Slowly Creates A Three-Dimensional Form

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I. Building A Mold
  • Step 9
  • Continue To Build Up Areas With Newspaper And
    Tape, Evaluating The Total Form From All Angles

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Building A Mold FINISHED MOLD
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What Supplies Do I Need To Create A Mask?
  • Bucket Container
  • Plaster gauze cut into small strips
  • Scissors
  • Paper to cover table

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II. Creating A Mask
  • Step 1
  • Dip First Strip Into water And Apply To Mold
  • Continue to Dip And Apply Strips Until The Mold
    Is Covered Completely

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II. Creating A Mask
  • Step 2
  • Let plaster dry thoroughly
  • Apply another coat of plaster to fill in thin
    areas.

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II. Creating A Mask
  • Step 3
  • Carefully Remove All Pieces Of The Mold From Mask
  • Dont Panic If Areas Tear You Can Patch Them

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II. Creating A Mask
  • Step 4
  • Apply One Coat Of plaster Inside The Mask,
    Including The Inside Edge
  • Patch Areas That Are Torn Or Too Thin
  • Your Mask Is Now Ready For Phase III, Which Is
    Painting And Embellishing
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