You will need
- - old Newspapers;
- - PVA glue;
- - black plastic;
- - scissors;
- - cardboard;
- black paint;
- - clear lacquer;
- - the hat of the tape;
- - elastic band;
- - sandpaper.
The easiest way to do this mask in papier-mache. Prepare old Newspapers, PVA glue, black sun glasses, black plastic mannequin head for hats, a bowl of water, scissors and cardboard. You will also need pencils, black paint, transparent varnish, hat ribbon, elastic band, and sandpaper.
Set a dummy head size which is slightly higher than yours, smear the form of the manikin's head with petroleum jelly or cream and gently hang the dummy bits of newsprint soaked in water, forming the rear side of the mask. Glue form a wet paper, after which begin to moisten scraps of newspaper in the glue and apply the next layers.
Apply four layers of glued paper and dry the preparation, and then apply a further four layers. Workpiece thickness papier-mache should be 4-5 mm. Grow thick layers until then, until it becomes optimal. Fully dry the blank for the helmet and remove it from the mannequin.
Now, prepare two sheets of black plastic that can be cut with stationery plastic folders, and connect them together. Secure the plastic on the blank helmet so that the center of the sheet closed the neck. Cut the side edges diagonally and connect them with tape, taped the joints on the inside, so as not to spoil the appearance of the helmet.
Now start doing the front part of the mask, glue pieces of newspaper dipped in PVA glue, the face of the dummy, repeating the relief of the face and increase the amount of paper in the cheeks to form noticeable protrusions.
Make a cardboard triangle and set inside a cardboard jail to get a speech device. Color the triangle with black paint. Stick it to the mask after it dries, and then smoothen the edges of the mask, removing imperfections.
Remove old sunglasses lenses and circle them, putting on a mask in the eye area. Cut holes for the lenses and glue them on the reverse side with tape. In the side edges of the mask to make holes for ribbon or hat elastic. Sand the surface of the helmet with fine sandpaper, paint the mask with black paint and cover with varnish.