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thanks for looking at my instructable! It looks like you worked too large for the material - too much weight for it to hold the structure. If It is the shape you want, once it dries, it will probably be fine. Otherwise, I would start again. You might be able to cut it down as an option. My beaks were shorter, so the material held up. good luck!
I'm working on it now, and hopefully it will turn out nice enough to upload a finished pic. One difference I noticed though, was working with the modeling magic. I had never worked with it prior to this project. It's *very* soft. There was no way I could try on the mask or hold it up to view from all sides to ensure evenness, as it would immediately start sagging and drooping wherever it wasn't being held. Maybe I got a bad pack? Or should I have let it sit out for a bit before working with it?Basically, I just molded it directly onto the mask, adding paper towels and random objects to help keep its shape. (green was on clearance but I was going to paint it anyway so grabbed it!)
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