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Clicker Mask Progress 2 Last of Us by donttouchmymilk Clicker Mask Progress 2 Last of Us by donttouchmymilk
Okay, wicked nervous about posting this, but here goes.
Here's the progress and "finished" shots of my Clicker mask from Last of Us. I put finished in quotations because I may get a little inspiration to add/change things a bit before the whole costume is complete (considering a little more orange in the tips), but I'm calling it painted for now. Honestly, painting this mask has been the most nerve-wracking part of the entire costume for me, because painting is really not my forte. But in general, I'm pretty happy with it! I obviously didn't go with the same color scheme as concept art picture I posted earlier, but rather one of the alternatives. I thought the grey would be fun to work with when it came to applying the makeup to compliment it.

Clicker - Last of Us
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:iconhoshisamavalmor:
I don't know the character, but I think the painting looks pretty smooth
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Pooka-Pooka Jul 20, 2013  Student General Artist
This is looking awesome! How heavy is it? 
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:icondonttouchmymilk:
Thanks very much!  It's actually very light. I knew I'd have to use something very light if I wanted it to hang on my face well, and for long periods of time. :)
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zhobot Jul 9, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Oh wow, this looks so amazing! I can't wait to see the finished costume! :D
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:icondonttouchmymilk:
Thanks! It means a lot. Should hopefully be posting some more progress pictures in the nearish future.
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Izzybella4 Jul 9, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
what clay did you use for this may i ask? it looks very smooth and easy to use
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:icondonttouchmymilk:
Honestly, it's model magic. Haha. I needed something very light, and it was all I had available to me in my small town. As it dried, I had to go in and make some small repairs. And it's pretty fragile, since model magic always remains pretty squishy. But it certainly gets the job done.
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Izzybella4 Jul 9, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Oh I thought it might've been sculpey or fimo (along the lines of that) I'm trying to research a good clay to make figurines and the like but it's hard finding one that suits me anyway looks great by the way!
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:icondonttouchmymilk:
Thanks! Yeah, sculpey or paperclay probably would have been better, but you use what you've got. ;)
Good luck finding the type of clay you're looking for. If I knew anything about making figurines I would help. :/
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:icong0ldfishl0ve:
I think the painting looks fantastic! :D
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