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Il Tempo Vola Mask version 10 by merimask Il Tempo Vola Mask version 10 by merimask
Here is my newest "Il Tempo Vola" mask (the time flies). I found some really wonderful and interesting vintage clock timing gears for this; they're aged, blued steel so they worked great for the blue/black/silver color scheme I decided to use for this mask.

Made entirely by me, entirely by hand. Clock parts, hardware, leather, acrylic paint and love.

Available (until it is gone!) only at my online shop: [link]
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Symmiphonix Nov 14, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I am officially inlove with your "Il Tempo Vola" masks, they're so beautiful!
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IvieMoon Aug 28, 2012   Traditional Artist
Beautiful color scheme! I love how all of the delicate details go together so well.
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merimask Aug 28, 2012  Professional Artisan Crafter
Thank you. :)
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:icontarkheki:
It seems that every mask you make becomes more subtly elaborate, but never crossing the line of good taste. JUST the right amount of decor and application- and it's always pulled together with a very well defined base!
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merimask Aug 28, 2012  Professional Artisan Crafter
Thank you. :) Takes practice! I'm getting better at these though. Plus they're so much fun (for me) because of the mixed media thing.
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:iconteddymannen:
I really liked this one.
How does the mask "stick" to the face btw? Is there something that prevents it from falling off?

I wish I had the money over to order one of these masks :(
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merimask Aug 24, 2012  Professional Artisan Crafter
Those cords are 4mm thick drawstring cords and I have a plastic clasp that is adjustable attached to them. You just push the button and slide the clasp until the cord is tight...very comfortable and easier to use than ties or elastic. :)
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:iconteddymannen:
Sounds great :3
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:iconsecret-ninja-super-m:
Looks awesome~! ^_^
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merimask Aug 24, 2012  Professional Artisan Crafter
Thank you. :)
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