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Terrible Teeth Mask for less than $20 -Glasses compatible-
Years ago I made a dinosaur face with similar methods. This is fantastic! I used paper plate for the mask and stapled/rubber cemented all the parts. Then I put fish scales (from a nice size redfish) to cover the plate.I love this so much! I'm going to combine it with the severed arm. Wish me luck!
Thanks theeJuicebox! It was really fun to put together and to wear. I originally intended to have two eyes, but decided one was more monster-ish! - myarnall
these are somehow creepier than the original - theeJuicebox
rrrrrrrreally digging the googly eye mod! looks like mike wazowski's evil twin
Great Instructable. The fact that you made it glasses compatible was great, and it gives me ideas for other glasses compatible outfits. Thank you! - Steelsmith1
Awesome. thanks for sharing - pachytrance
I work at a haunted house and decided this would make a great mask for this year. Got a lot of scares and compliments- it worked great, and I already had nearly all the materials. One problem is that it just would not fit well with my glasses, even with foam inserts in a variety of arrangements. But I didn't need to see to scare everyone. ;)
Thanks for this great and easy instructable! I made this mask for Halloween this year. I made a long black cape out of fleece to go with the mask - which made it exceptionally creepy! To lighten things up, I also made a detachable green cyclops monster hood with a giant googly eye and some green fleece. It's great worn both ways. The fimo dough I had on hand and used was actually more of a fleshy peach color - a bit too pink to be teeth. I painted the baked teeth with white acrylic paint which worked great. Skipping this step would be easier, but if you want to use up your supply of odd colored clay, painting works well. Also, I skipped the step of building up gums with hot glue - the teeth stayed put and that detail wasn't missed, especially after I added the cape and eyeball.
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