This lesson will feature how to decorate a masquerade mask with mixed media.
I demonstrated how to sculpt a mask out of clay in How to Make a Masquerade Mask Part I.
Here are the supplies you will need:
- A clay mask, plaster cloth mask, or paper mache mask
- Golden’s Regular Gel (Matte)
- An assortment of scrapbook paper
- Acrylic paints
- Embellishments as desired, such as feathers
Step 1: Paint the mask with a base color.
Step 2: Sponge multiple colors onto the mask.
Step 3: Select scrapbook paper for the mask.
Step 4: Brush Golden’s Regular Gel onto the mask and then place paper onto mask.
Step 5: Rub out air bubbles with your fingers
Step 6: Cover the paper with another layer of gel medium. Continue adding additional paper to the mask.
Step 7: Sponge the edges of the mask with a contrasting color.
Step 8: After the mask dries, glue feathers onto the backside of the mask.
Lastly, enjoy displaying or wearing your mask.
If you are looking for creative inspiration and tips on how to develop and manage your create life, check out my book, Refrain from the Identical: Insight and Inspiration for Creative Eclectics.
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Look at you bloggin away again! You go girl!
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Ya, and painting too! I will send you the new painting in process!
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Great reading your ppost
Thank you so much, Ellen! I’m glad you enjoyed it.