How to Make a Wolf Mask

in Animal Masks

wolf mask

These videos show you how to make a wolf mask from start to finish. The materials used for this wolf mask are the same ones used in the book “How to Make Masks!” The exception is the paper mache clay, which was added by the artist to create some extra texture around the wolf’s ruff.

There are no eye holes because the mask is made to be displayed on the wall.

You can see the entire detailed videos showing how the wolf mask was made beginning here. For another quick overview of how to make a paper mache mask, click here.

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Kjelsty Hanson November 12, 2013 at 1:55 am

I make masks and perform in them. Your paper mache videos and blog are wonderful and informative thank you! What I am trying to do is simplify my technique–doing paper and paste only using tarlatan instead of paper. This technique looks great and look forward to trying it out. Do you think that this paper mache mask making would be strong and durable for performance and travel?


Jonni November 12, 2013 at 3:34 pm

It sounds like it might work, but I haven’t tried it. Do some experiments and let us know what you find out.


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