Paper mache stage one is done, and I have a hole cut our for the mask’s mouth. Now I have to find some way to secure this one my head. I may fill it with newspapers, or soundproofing foam, or old tighty whities. Got to figure this out, before I start painting!
I have finally started my paper mache mask for Dallas ComicCon! It is a slow process, so hopefully, I will be done before the convention next month. I have no idea of how it is going to turn out, or work when I put it on my head, so it could be an embarrassing disaster!
Happy New Years! Here is my mess of a desk while I was drawing a recent cartoon. I like seeing other artist’s studios, but don’t show mine much, because crack houses are cleaner! The tools of the trade are all here-markers, pencils, reference, light table, eraser crumbs, and most importantly, soda and stale coffee.