Thanks Steve, after this Halloween business blows over, I'll post pictures and better explanations of my mold and the issues I had on the thread I made for the mask sculpt. I totally agree that failures are hugely helpful in the learning process and should be documented as well. Appreciate the kind words.And the toque may have to come off in order to wear my mask but aside from that, it's not likely you'll catch me without one. I even wore it on vacation in the Dominican. I've become acclimated to it and it keeps my hair out of my face... Damn hippies.Thanks for the thread...I love to see successes and failures both because they are equally a part of this whole process. It is turning out very well indeed. You have accomplished much in a relatively short time. Sorry for the set backs but you seem to not let them get you down or stop your progress. Keep up the good work and posts. Just for the record...the stocking cap is a bit out of place with the rest of the suit...
Thank you very much man. I'm still aiming for that Halloween target, but it won't stop there. Always more to add.Your making killer progress on this, and it's looking great. I can't wait to see this all come together. Keep going!!!