My very good friend David, helped me put this all together!
If you have any questions, send me a note or a message on my groups facebook! Good luck everyone!
Also another note: when it's wet, it's a great chance to smooth out any fibers or edges that didn't bevel well. Use any hard, preferably round utensil to "round everything out". Just be careful, the leather is at it's most vulnerable when it's soaked
Holy crap, that's YOU as Robin at the top?
.....I hope you don't mind me saying this but....
OMG! YOU ARE SOOOOOOOOO CUTE!
That's a badass costume, btw....if I had any skills of making costumes, I would totally thank you. Haha.
One quick question: how, exactly, did you mold the mask to the facial planes? Did you apply the wet leather mask to your face to get the shape, or use some sort of form?
Hope to try it sometime