Here’s what you’ll need:
- Cintra PVC foamboard(3mm thick)
- Paper Clay(not pictured)
- Hot glue gun
- Metallic paint (I used Folk Art Metallic Bright Red, Folk Art Metallic Silver Sterling, and Folk Art Metallic Inca Gold)
- Sand paper (Medium)
- X-acto blade
- Scrap paper and board
- Cheap plain mask or mold (Optional - I found it made shaping the cintra MUCH easier)
- Elastic band
Step 1: The Pattern
Trace it out on the cintra. Also draw out 8 larger circles(same size as the ends of your main mask piece) and 4 smaller circles. Cut everything out with the x-acto blade.
Step 2: Circles
Sand down your paper clay until your stacks each look like one, smooth, mechanical piece. Glue small stacks into centers of large stacks.
Step 3: Main Piece
Boil your main mask piece. This part can be tricky. Hence why I used the craft mask. Once malleable press your cintra onto the mask form. This may take a few goes to get it right. If you get one part just right, try then boiling only the parts you want to fix.
Once cool make sure it fits your face well. If not keep on boiling and bending. IMPORTANT: Make sure the parts covering your ears are completely flat surfaces. If not the circle stacks wont fit on them correctly. I learned this the hard way.