Making No-Face.

GenCon is happening this weekend.

I will talk another time about what I like and dislike about GenCon, but for now it suffices to say that I am not going this year (and that’s fine).

Some of my work is going though!

My sweetie is working the D20 Burlesque show doing kittening/stage management/general awesomeness and decided on doing No-Face from Spirited Away for her costume.

As all costume events seem to go this meant we were scrambling at midnight to finish the mask and solve other problems. I made the mask for her out of “fun foam” which did not quite behave as I expected it to. The whole project was, in fact, a wonderful illustration in the difference between Knowing and Doing. It was frustrating and stressful but I learned a lot and am rather happy with he way it came out given the timing and the fact that most of the techniques were being learned/invented as I went.

One of these days I will start taking better step by step shots of projects… But here is the finished mask.


Shot with an ipad under nasty kitchen fluorescent lighting, but you get the idea.

One comment

  1. Sexy No-Face says:

    Ahh? Ahh?

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