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My first mask type design

Post by ParTIA on Wed Jul 13, 2011 12:41 am

So I finally got a real white, had been using clown white, which is good for coverage of the whole face but impossible for line work. Just wanted to share, I feel like it needs something more, more depth, possibly bling. But wanted to share Smile feel free to give me tips and suggestions. I also really need to order some good paints, but figured I would post that in the "kit" Section.

Wanted to thank you all again for your warm welcome Smile

Tia

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Re: My first mask type design

Post by wmeventservices on Wed Jul 13, 2011 1:37 am

Man that's a lot of detail for a first. That's very impressive! I would say that the simplest way to improve this mask would just to really practice your tear drops. If you changed nothing else except for making the tear drops more defined from thin to thick, it would be absolutely perfect!
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Re: My first mask type design

Post by HappyVickery on Wed Jul 13, 2011 2:40 am

I really like your transition from purple to pink. It's blended very well Smile It also has a lot of detail! You did a good job keeping the design the same on both sides, but also make sure each symetrical swirl is similar to the other side. That will help it feel more balanced. Painting on yourself makes that super hard to do! If you think it needs "more" try highlighting some of the tear drops and swirls (maybe the ones along the outside) with a dark color. . .like the purple. But really, I don't think it needs anything else Smile Let the focus be on the layout! GREAT JOB!
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Re: My first mask type design

Post by Mandi from Tazzie on Wed Jul 13, 2011 2:43 am

That's really a fab first go. I agree with Whitney just practice your tear drops to look more defined. All you need to add is some glitter.
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Re: My first mask type design

Post by MonsterKat on Wed Jul 13, 2011 1:39 pm

thats a great mask! I want to try something like this too but I have a hard thinking about where to put all those swirls and teardrops so they look nice together (like yours!) and not just a hot mess, lol
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