A while back, I made this mask for a friend and was pleasantly surprised with the final result.
It is based off the Cheshire character’s mask from the animated series “Young Justice”.
The original was printed in 3 pieces that went together with superglue. Then I coated it with filler/primer and sanded it smooth. The painting was all done by hand (red stripes and white teeth were masked off) using image references. I glued strips of 1/2″ closed-cell foam to the inside for the forehead and nose for comfort, along with a ribbon on either side to tie around the head.
download the files on: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2592026
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