Jeremy decided to make his mask of balsa wood. After cutting an appropriately sized piece he proceeded to spray paint it black.
While he was waiting for the base to dry he set about cutting out and painting elements for the face. Waiting for paint to dry is no excuse to stop working... or playing...
After the base finally dried Jeremy set about gluing the parts to the face to make a distinctive mask all his own. This mask is sure to shock the archaeologist who is daring enough to break into his tomb.
The urge to model this exquisite mask before sealing it up in a tomb is too much for any artist.
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