A remix of Kongorilla’s awesome Low-Poly Mask, by way of Gromfrog’s 3D remix of that original design, by way of Austin’s remix of that remix.
In this version, I’ve cut the mask down a bit to give it a more traditional masquerade cowl shape, complete with a “Phantom of the Opera” vibe by obliterating a portion on the right side. This, combined with an expanded eye aperture on the left side, makes it much easier to see while wearing the mask. It’s quite comfortable to wear, except for losing a bit of peripheral vision on your left 😀
download the files on: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1342434
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