It 'was my first mask prototipe to emerge from the mold of plaster (circa12cmX25cm).The mask's nose has above 90 degrees angle of extrusion, but the body is easily removable from the mold having a little pressure when it is not yet fully dry.It was spray painted white and gold.
Bautta (the mask with beak) from the outset has taken this form to allow you to speak and breathe better when kept worn long. The historical Bautta is white. But I've wanted once colored red, gold and silver or other shades garnishing also laces. It 'a maschra easy to produce because it has elements in the team (ie those parts that are not perpendicular to the mold (angle 90 ° 176° ) do not facilitate the extraction from it. It must however be done ATTENTION to the tip of the nose that can stay glued to the plaster mold.
The Cat (and the Fox photo not available) are the characters of the famous book by Collodi: Pinocchio. This mask was preferred by my children. Plaster mold (30cm x 40cm). The processing takes about a week.
I designed and built more than a mask on the priests of ancient Egypt. However, given the mask rather than an exercise than anything else, due to some technical problems found during the preparation of the plaster mold.
Red Moon and Blue versions are spray painted the same form. Decorated with lace and crystal rhinestones mostly embedded on the front, is my favorite mask. The mold is large and heavy (50cm x 50cm). Requires at least two weeks of work.