Alright, so if you've played Skyrim chances are you've stumbled across a dragon priest mask now and then in your adventures. For those of you who have never played Skyrim they are magical masks that are thousands of years old. Each mask is imbued with it own set of unique enchantments that gives the player bonuses.
I think that such masks as these should look archaic so that's what I've attempted to bring out in this mask. I wanted to make it look rough, beaten, and faded. I added a shade of black to it to give it a darker grittier appearance. My thought was that this mask might have taken some obvious damage during the Dragon War. Consequently, I wanted to also add texture to it and give it a real disintegrating look like the ancient city of Luxor in Egypt, and it does look amazing! My camera isn't the best but if you check look closely you can make out all the fine details that really do add a lot of character. Overall, I'm happy with how this little project came out. It took approximately a week from start to finish.
I used a combination of paper, flour, hot glue, twine, various spray paints, wood putty, and black paint. And a big thanks to z8-0 for the pepakura model.