Pumpkin Patch Pete Mask

Introduction: Pumpkin Patch Pete Mask

Full head wearable latex Halloween mask.

Step 1: General Shape

First rough in the basic general shape of your character. (sculpted using water based clay)

Step 2: Blocking in Detail

Then begin to block in some of the more prominent features.

Step 3: Refined Details

Then once youve achived the shaped you want, begin to add all of the tiny details and textures.

Step 4: Molding

Make a 2 part plaster mold.

Step 5: Casting

First brush in a beauty coat of latex to make sure you wont capture any air bubbles. Then put your mold together and pour mask latex in. Rotate the mold around until latex has hit every surface of the inside of your mold, then pour the excess out. Wait 24 hours for latex to dry then pull your mask from the mold.

Step 6: Paint and Finish

Use mask latex and acrylic paints mixed 30 parts latex to 70 parts paint (roughly) and paint your mask however youd like!

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    Hugely impressive!!! I so want to get my hands on foam latex Very hard to get in Canada. American co. will not ship cross border some environmental stuff. If you know where I can get it up here let me know, I've made my own out of carpet latex and latex paint boiled down. ( less safe that just shipping it to me lol.) you get my vote tell me what u think of mine, ghost Rider bottom video shows me driving to contest on fire. (that was tricky.) and my other costumes are on the head on a platter video.



    5 years ago on Introduction

    Nicely done, looks great!

    I'd love to see some photos on the painting process. That looks like some impressive painting skills.


    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    Thanks alot I really appreciate it! I should be painting another one soon, I'll be sure to take pics!


    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    Excellent! I hope you share the process with us!