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''The Facehugger'' Cybernetic alien gas mask by TwoHornsUnited ''The Facehugger'' Cybernetic alien gas mask by TwoHornsUnited
Another wild mask i've created. This one has glowing EL-wires weaved throughout the mask and a plasma chamber. Also Because of certain unique parts I will NOT be reproducing it, So it's truly one of a kind! :)

UPDATE: I CURRENTLY HAVE THIS FOR SALE VIA ETSY!
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Enjoy!
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sprytose Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Nice mask. What's the name of the round-lightning thing. I tried to google it but I couldn't find the name -_- :D
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TwoHornsUnited Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2014  Professional Artist
Oh, it's a plasma disc.
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sprytose Featured By Owner Oct 14, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Thanks 
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FireFlyEleven Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
i want it -_-
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skcolb Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2013  Student General Artist

The electricity effect is quite stunning~ :D

 

Correct me if I'm wrong, but are thoes "claws' LEGO/Bionicle pieces?

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TwoHornsUnited Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2013  Professional Artist
Thanks! And no, actually they came from part of a rare zoids blox kit I had a long time ago. 

Every now and then I use rare parts like that. 
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skcolb Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2013  Student General Artist
Ah, it looked familiar though. ^^;

But that's cool; adding bits from your (rare) personal collection shows that you're very dedicated to these masks. Your clients would be proud to know that! :aww:
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TwoHornsUnited Featured By Owner Dec 22, 2013  Professional Artist
Aw shucks! 
I use rare parts when I think it's necessary and only If I don't want to make an exact remake of it.
I'm extremely dedicated :)
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skcolb Featured By Owner Dec 24, 2013  Student General Artist

Ah, that's very nice of you! It's great that you won't mass-produce someone's special order. You're very faithful to your clients~ :)

I can tell, and it's certainly paying off! :clap:

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TwoHornsUnited Featured By Owner Dec 24, 2013  Professional Artist
Well, it's a little more complicated than that. 
Some things I sell are unique only because they're partial assemblages from unique parts, so I physically can't reproduce them. Everything else I make is also 100% my intellectual and artistic property and I DO reserve the right to reproduce anything I create.

It's actually one of the main reason I don't create replicas of anyone else's design. Any special orders I take on are only from people who have a vague or strictly descriptive idea, color choice, and style reference pictures (most frequently referencing my own previous works) of what they want, but not a"hey here's this 3D model of a mask that I own the rights to, create it for me" type commission, I don't do those. I'll work with the person on what they want, but they're usually always cool with me having my artistic freedom to go nuts but follow their guidelines at the same time, trusting that I'll create something for them that they'll like. And I've never had a disappointed commissioner yet! But the whole idea is that if I'm creating it, I like the end result, and I want to remake it, I'm able to no matter what.  My artistic rights and freedom remaining intact. 

So in conclusion - I'm not exactly "faithful" to any of my clients, partially because none of my clients have ever stated they wanted me to never reproduce whatever I make for them,  and partially because I reserve my rights to do so anyway as I'm the sole owner of the resulting intellectual property. 

I also never really "mass produce" anything, as I'm just one guy. 
Just didn't want you to have the wrong view of me, good or bad. 
My apologies for the rather lengthy response.
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