Bleach - How to make Grimmjow Jaggerjacks's Mask

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#16 Chipface on 12 years ago

Now is getting spirit gum remover very important or can you go without?

#17 gundammrw on 12 years ago

[QUOTE=Chipface;2393057]Now is getting spirit gum remover very important or can you go without?[/QUOTE]

You can go without it honestly. I just peel the mask off. Its like taking tape off your face. Not pleasant but not deadly. I only us the remover to clean the back of my mask so it doesn't get all gunky ya know.

#18 Lucc on 12 years ago

#19 bondkira on 12 years ago

Wow this turtorial is awesome!!!! Thanks!!

I do have one question tho...
I have quite a sensible skin, but is spirit gum or model magic do any harm to your skin?? Will they work ok with people with sensible skin?
I really wanna do Grimmjow's cosplay, but I also don't wanna end up with huge rash on my face... ^^;;;

#20 andric312 on 12 years ago

I found this very useful. I drew up my own paper copy of the mask and am getting ready to make it. So thanks alot for this :toothy:

#21 gundammrw on 12 years ago

[QUOTE=andric312;2494280]I found this very useful. I drew up my own paper copy of the mask and am getting ready to make it. So thanks alot for this :toothy:[/QUOTE]


hehe you're welcome. Im glad it was useful.

#22 GrimmSess on 12 years ago

I was wondering how much Model magic costs?

And the Spirit Gum? (almost put Spirit Gun... hehe)

I'm just a poor poor cosplayer...

#23 gundammrw on 12 years ago

[QUOTE=GrimmSess;2501064]I was wondering how much Model magic costs?

And the Spirit Gum? (almost put Spirit Gun... hehe)

I'm just a poor poor cosplayer...[/QUOTE]

Model magic will run you about 2 to 3 bucks a pack at walmart. Spirit gum will depend on if you have something like a halloween store in town. If not you can purchase some from sites like Buycostumes.com

#24 Chipface on 12 years ago

[quote=GrimmSess;2501064]I was wondering how much Model magic costs?

And the Spirit Gum? (almost put Spirit Gun... hehe)

I'm just a poor poor cosplayer...[/quote]

You should only need 2 or 4oz or the stuff. I ended up buying an 8oz bottle and I didn't even use a quarter of the stuff. That includes testing it out a few times and then using it twice a day for the con I wore my Grimmjow costume to.

#25 Samurai_L on 12 years ago

Thanx soo much, this tutorial helped a lot.

I gots a mask now [x

-L

#26 XxYoruichixX on 12 years ago

i was jus thinking on another way to put it on ur face... do u think and ear piece wood work?

#27 Debitto_of_Bond on 11 years ago

This was an AWESOME tutorial! I have a friend who's wanting to cosplay Grimmjow and I look to make the Arrancar Masks myself. This came right on time while I myself cosplay Stark so I would guess this tutorial would be helpful making Stark's Mask as well. Also, your Grimmjow is awesome!

#28 ninjagal6 on 11 years ago

I need a bit of help.... I plan to do Halibel's face mask, and it is kinda like Grimmy's but it goes all the way around. would you have any special tips for me on how to go about doing this?

#29 gundammrw on 11 years ago

[QUOTE=ninjagal6;3063436]I need a bit of help.... I plan to do Halibel's face mask, and it is kinda like Grimmy's but it goes all the way around. would you have any special tips for me on how to go about doing this?[/QUOTE]

well first things first. Dont use Model magic. Its great but not flexible. Are you doing just the face or the entire mask? Either way, since the mask itself wraps around the face you need to use a different method. If you're just doing the face mask portion. You can get a styrofoam head used for you holding wigs. I suggest getting one that is incredibly close to the size of your head. With this you can apply model magic to the foam head and shape it the way her mask appears.

If your doing the full thing, I'd suggest a more flexible material than model magic. Maybe something like foam latex

#30 ninjagal6 on 11 years ago

[QUOTE=gundammrw;3064314]well first things first. Dont use Model magic. Its great but not flexible. Are you doing just the face or the entire mask? Either way, since the mask itself wraps around the face you need to use a different method. If you're just doing the face mask portion. You can get a styrofoam head used for you holding wigs. I suggest getting one that is incredibly close to the size of your head. With this you can apply model magic to the foam head and shape it the way her mask appears.

If your doing the full thing, I'd suggest a more flexible material than model magic. Maybe something like foam latex[/QUOTE]

I had a plastic face mask that was sitting around my house that fits pretty much to my face, so would I use that as the base of the model magic? and I'm just doing the face.

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