Wolf mask

Made by DAVID harshman

I made a wolf mask be for but was not in love with it, so I wanted to try again and this the 2nd try I like it much better, I put it to gather and balked out some of the big spots with aluminum foil. and some of the smaller spots with super Sculpey. I wonted to use a wool to make it look like real hair but could not find the colors so I drew all the hair on with Sharpie pins.

Wolf mask in progress

Wolf mask in progress

4 thoughts on “Wolf mask”

  1. I have been using sculpey for a lot of things lately, sense sculpy has to be baked if you use hot glue for bulking you need to either tape them temporarily or cover them with a thin layer of sculpey . One of the best thing about Sculpey you can do it in pieces or all at once you can bake it over and over as you add layers . I just uses my clay tools and my fingers to work with it. I did that on my last lion too, I put two layers of paper strips and school Glue, ( I use a paint brush to spread the glue then lay the paper on ton and brush it out, layer after layer for at lest 2 layers, ) then I add foil were needed, and last I do the sculpey to get smooth edges and details like the eyes , nose, exc.

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      • Yes I have not had any problem with it sticking. I have used epoxy but you have a short time to work with it, But Sculpey well only get hard if you bake it, I don’t know if it gets as hard as epoxy but it gets very hard. You all so do not need to were gloves. It is sand able to if need be.

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  2. Great wolf! I really like the expression you gave him with the foil and Sculpey. I’ve never tried using Super Sculpey with one of the patterns. Did you have any tips for us if we’d like to try it?

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