1. Trace stencil of mask openings on paper plate. Cut out eyes,
mouth and around sides and bottom of nose using exacto knife.
2. Cut one side of triangle traced at top. Overlap the top cut edge
to meet the other line of the uncut triangle. Staple in place. Mask
should be 3D now.
3. Use tagboard and masking tape to make raised areas like noses,
beaks, horns etc.
4. Mix sculptamold powder into water, stir. Consistency should be
like clay. It will set up in 30 minutes, more or less and can be
added even after set.
5. Gesso to seal if desired and then paint background as desired.
6. Add papers and other media.
7. Lastly add 3-D materials.
Finished masks from Lake Hope, October