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Submitting to the Gallery Info.:

:bulletred:How do I submit my masks to the Group/appropriate Gallery folder...?


:bulletgreen:Thankfully it's quite simple, first you have to Join the Group, then go into your own Gallery and select the mask you want to submit, on the right hand side of your screen there will be a section (in bold text) that says, "Featured in:" and underneath that there is a + sign with "submit to a Group" next to it. Click on the + sign and a list of the Groups you're a member of will show up in a box, click the Group you want and hit the Submit button.
:bulletpurple:Now, this part is where you choose which Gallery folder to submit your particular mask into.
-Once you've hit the Submit button, a 2nd choice will appear which says, "Submit to the following folder:" and there will be a drop-down box that you can click on. "Featured" is the first choice that will pop up as it is a default folder, but scroll down past that and you'll see a variety of choices from leather to metal to clay, etc. Please select the material that fits best with what your mask is made of. There is also a choice for Mixed-Media, one for Tutorials, and one for those who want to show off their mask-displays and art-booths from Shows they've sold at.
-Each folder has a short description as to what it is for, some currently have a little more info. than others.

:bulletred: IF you do not submit to the appropriate Gallery folder and choose instead to just submit to the "Featured" folder, I will deny your submission and ask that you try again.


Thank you,
Sphinx -Group Admin.

Gallery Folders

Featured
Azura wolf by SnowVolkolak
Riot! by WMW66-costumes
Psycho Mask- Until Dawn by EmbroideryMW101
Conjuring by WMW66-costumes
Leather
May's Mask by Angelic-Artisan
Iris Goddess of the Rainbow Mask by Radioactive-buttrfly
Lady of March's Mask by Angelic-Artisan
Venetian Cat Leather Masquerade Mask Mardi Gras by SilverCicada
Clay
Sugar Skull Mask by El-Sharra
Hollow Yves - Steamdress / Green Watch Bow by IreneUbik
BioShock Splicer Cat Mask (Handmade) by IreneUbik
3D Printed Masks | JiHAE's It Just Feels music vid by Lumecluster
Paper
A Mask by DeviantNabamita
Brontosaurus Mask by tetravariations
Green Heart - OC - semi-human by getrety
Dia de los muertos by SMartin777
Metal
Sword and Mask. by nverrechia
Macbeth by nverrechia
hidden passion by Laurelis
Mistery in bronze by Laurelis
Plastic
The TR3-22 Security unit - LED Cyberpunk Cosplay by TwoHornsUnited
New Etsy Listings by burgerstrings
Red Queen disassembled by Edward-Jekyll
Red Queen 3/4 by Edward-Jekyll
Fur
Haku the Asian Dragon by SnowVolkolak
FURSUIT FOR SALE! by SantaBird
Wolfhusky hubrid Helmet by SnowVolkolak
Silver by SnowVolkolak
Fur
Latex
Dragon anthro - Drak'ar on tour by SchmiedeTraum
Dragon diplomacy by SchmiedeTraum
Take a walk with me by SchmiedeTraum
Silver Drak'Ar by SchmiedeTraum
Mixed Media
Steampunk Big Cat Masks by merimask
Venetian Steampunk Winged Tiger by merimask
Sneaky Creepy Rabbit by Nymla
Majora's Mask #7 by Nymla
Wood
Whats up? by Blue-Cobalto
Fiberglass
Magneto helmet _10 by raultumba
Magneto helmet _16 by raultumba
Magneto helmet _16 by raultumba
Captain America Helmet_05 by raultumba
Fabric
Glittering Gal by ScorpioMonkey
Black Widow's Veil II by GwynConawayArt
Vacuum-formed
Snow Leopard mask by Alyssa-Ravenwood
Masquerade Mask Goofy Monster by Alyssa-Ravenwood
Venetian Neutral Mask by Alyssa-Ravenwood
Jaguar Cat Mask by Alyssa-Ravenwood
Neoprene
Arlecchino Commedia Dell'Arte by Alyssa-Ravenwood
Greek tragedy masks by Alyssa-Ravenwood
Commedia lovers by Alyssa-Ravenwood
Arlecchino Commedia Mask by Alyssa-Ravenwood
Tutorials
Mask Vendors
Demonic Plague Doctor Mask by afox2sly
Latex Dragon Mask for Sale by melesmeles-faber
LilBittyFish.etsy.com by LilBittyFish
SALIDA DE LA SOL - Calavera Mask by LilBittyFish
Masks WIP
Big Teeth by melesmeles-faber
Green Feeling by melesmeles-faber
Getting There by melesmeles-faber
March's Mask Time Lapse by Angelic-Artisan

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I've recently had someone ask me to teach a class on how to make masks. I've never before taught a class on 'anything'...so I'm a bit lost right now.

On one hand I like the idea of teaching, sharing my knowledge and experience, and teaching others to possibly improve their own art or just being able be a part of someone expressing their individuality through art.
But, on the other hand...there is the fear of having someone copy my work or even possibly losing future sales due to teaching someone how to make the mask themself. As bad as that sounds...   I think that as an artist, not to say all -but at least some, we have this innate need/desire to horde our knowledge rather than share it and possibly see someone else's work surpass our own.  

With all of that said, I'm going to over-come my desire/need to horde my knowledge, and I think I'm going to teach this class.
-But, having never taught a class before, I'm now faced with various issues such as...well, where do I start? Obviously I should start with something simple and basic, but I don't want my students to feel jipped...I want them to walk away feeling like they learned something pretty interesting that they can add onto and do more with, something that was worth their time and money in taking the class.
-so in that, where do I start? What kind of mask do I have them make?

And then I'm looking at money...how much should I charge as my fee? I'm going to make up a list of materials that they need to buy for this class.
(The unfortunate thing is that the only craft store in town only ever seems to keep in stock up to 3 or 4 tubs of the clay I use...so we'll either have to look into a bulk order or put in a bulk-order online)


Anyone in here ever taught a mask-making (or any kind of hands-on art) class before?
-What are some tips on how to start? General themes/designs to stick with.
Should I have a design in mind and everyone make that, or just help them through the making of the base and then let them do their own thing?

What should I look at for fees? Since they are going to be buying their own supplies...but I'm looking at doing a two-day class at about 2hrs. each. Not sure if I'll be trying to rent a classroom somewhere or if this will be held in someone's home...

Thank you so much!!!:)

~Megan
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We are a Group of artists who create masks, whether wearable or purely decorative.
Not only is this Group here to give DA's mask-artists a place to display their creations, but we are also here to share techniques/tutorials and resources, a place to ask questions and get answers, and possibly even ask for critiques on your work, and more.
:bulletred:My aim is for this Group to be an active and resourceful community of and for mask-artists, to network, be inspired, and receive/give help to one another.

Non-mask artists are welcome as well, feel free to browse! Mask-Making-Artisan is open to all skill levels from novice to well-experienced.
And all materials are welcome, too.:)
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Founded 5 Years ago
Apr 11, 2011

Location
Central America

Group Focus
Resources & Tutorials

Media Type
Physical Media

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:iconqarrezel:
Qarrezel Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2016  Professional Artisan Crafter
Is this group still active?
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sofie-x Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2015  Professional Photographer
Hi everybody. I have to make a mask. Anybody know how make a easy mask? DIY MASK.
Thanks! Wink/Razz 
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Chromonite Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2015
Check out our newest mask designs. We use Thermochromic technology to make heat activated masks that change from the temperature of your breath! Come see. :D
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:iconlumecluster:
Lumecluster Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2014   Artist
Thank you for accepting my masks. You rock :)
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:icondoblewart:
Doblewart Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
Thanks for accept
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:iconannomo:
Annomo Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
Can somone make a special mask for me to buy? I will buy a mask I have in mind and can provide pictures of the design.
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icekez Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2011  Student Photographer
all everyones mask are amazing keep it up guys by kez x
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EMasqueradeGallery Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2011   Artisan Crafter
Thank you and glad you're enjoying them!:)
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