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Hannya Mask by The-Underwriter Hannya Mask by The-Underwriter
This mask was handmade by myself as a visual concept for my previous music band Lyan ( post rock ). Infortunately, it was never used. But i'm still fond of it !

It is made of clay and specially fit for my face, painted with acrylic colours. 80hours of work.

It represent the character of Hannya in the japanese traditional No.
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IgnisDrakos Nov 13, 2013  Student Filmographer
Way cool :) 

Since it is made of clay isn't it very heavy? Can you actually wear it as a normal mask?
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The-Underwriter Nov 13, 2013  Professional Writer
Thanks !

Yes it's a little bit heavy, but i can wear it, and it fits perfectly !
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TAG-Ink Mar 22, 2013  Professional General Artist
This is awesome!!
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The-Underwriter Mar 23, 2013  Professional Writer
Thanks ^^
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:iconnameless75:
Hannya Mask :XD: awesome ^^
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The-Underwriter Feb 4, 2013  Professional Writer
Thanks ^^
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oniwabanshu -
greeeat !
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Chigami Jan 18, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Wow super cool! :D (it reminds me of the character Hannya in Rurouni Kenshin btw)

Did you use only clay or did you use some kind of base mask or such underneath as a building ground? I just wonder because I plan to do an oni mask in the future too.
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The-Underwriter Jan 22, 2013  Professional Writer
I used a base of plaster bands that i've putted on my face and then, i put clay step by step, but it's not the best way to make a mask i think...
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Chigami Jan 22, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Ah okay. Interesting, thanks for telling me. :)
I think I might use a plastic face mask as a base and work over it.. I just hope the clay will stick to it.
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