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jrpowell's avatar

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Knotmyday's avatar

Dead link, my friend.

jrpowell's avatar

That works.. Unfortunately I don’t have a good answer for your question.

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Allie's avatar

(shivers) Eek!

jballou's avatar

That’s the exact response I would hope to get by wearing this mask on Halloween. Unfortunately I have no idea how to make it (or to see while wearing it)

marinelife's avatar

I would start by calling a costume supplier or going there and showing them the picture from the Mail.

jlm11f's avatar

@jballou – the link you gave shows that the mask has tiny holes that the mask wearer can see through. But they are well hidden so the observer can’t tell.

cheebdragon's avatar

Looks to me like they just took one of those latex caps (that make a person look bald) and just used a needle to poke holes in it to see out. Then stretched it over their face….

Hobbes's avatar

Very cool mask. Liquid latex would achieve a similar effect, though it probably wouldn’t duplicate it.

megalongcat's avatar

There is a really large costume shop in New york City, the name escapes me, but it’s the largest one in Manhattan and they have masks like that.

AlfredaPrufrock's avatar

I would try the latex cap idea. Poke the holes from the outside, using a darning needle. That way if there’s any flaying at the hole site, it will be on the inside. You will need gum adhesive, which you can get at a costume shop.

While not the same thing, wire screen masks are also funky:

science_girl89's avatar
Looks to me like a Question mask (see DC UNIVERSE) here is a youtube vid on how to make the question mask for a great fan film! Hope this helps!

jballou's avatar

@science_girl89 THX!

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