This is a video I made almost a year ago, but never got around to finishing off and producing.
I’ve decided to losely finish it just as I think it’s useful information to be out there and may help out other people trying to work with a Raw Cast Polyurethane Mask.
Any questions, just ask.
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This is absolutely fantastic, thank you. I’ve looked at raw polyu casts before, it’s great to see exactly what I’d be letting myself in for.
Can I ask, do you think they’d stand up to the stress of larp?
Sorry for my delay in replying to this, Christmas happened and, yeah, kinda forgot.
The thing about making your own masks by hand is that you can put as many layers down on the mask as you want, to very how strong it will be. The one I show in the tutorial is middling thickness, but I did a mask for myself to bring to Shadow Wars, an airsoft larp, and that survived a bunch of direct hits and it was pretty simple polyurethane as well.
Here’s the Shodan mask video: