Cyberpunk Mask

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Cyberpunk Mask

from 100.00

This cyberpunk-inspired mask is made of semi-rigid urethane resin, cast from a mold of my original hand-sculpted design.

The mask is "one-size-fits-most." The inside width is approximately 5.5 inches (140 mm), measured from temple to temple. The total height is approximately 6.5 inches (165 mm). Padding is not included with the mask. The semi-rigid urethane is slightly flexible, allowing the mask to conform to large and small head sizes. The weight is approximately 9 ounces (250 g).

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UNPAINTED BLACK RESIN
The unpainted version is semi-rigid black urethane resin with holes cut for the eyes and vents for air circulation. It can be painted using a variety of paints and techniques. Acrylic paints work best because they tend to have some flexibility. Before painting, it is recommended to scuff up the surface of the mask using 220-grit sandpaper -- this will help the paint to bond to the mask.

UNPAINTED WITH LENS + STRAPS
This version includes a mask, two tinted polycarbonate lenses (dark gray), and two adjustable elastic straps. The straps include mounting hardware (Chicago screws) for attaching to the mask. The mask has pre-drilled holes along the edges for attaching the straps. It can be painted using a variety of paints and techniques. Acrylic paints work best because they tend to have some flexibility. Before painting, it is recommended to scuff up the surface of the mask using 220-grit sandpaper -- this will help the paint to bond to the mask.

PAINTED WITH LENS + STRAPS
This is a fully painted and finished mask including installed lenses (tinted dark gray) and two adjustable elastic straps.

Interested in a custom paint scheme? Let me know!

This mask is perfect for costuming and cosplay but is NOT intended to offer any sort of protection for airsoft or other sports.