I've made the molds for a prosthetic weeping angel face, hair and dress with the help of my talented friend Jeff Barkley~
The top and bottom parts of the dress are separate and I haven't had the chance to make the molds for this part yet.
The top is made of a Flexible Polyurethane foam and the bottom part is made from Rigid Polyurethane foam.
The hair and face are hand sculpted and cast in Foam Latex.
The face gets glued onto your own face with prosthetic adhesive.
This Kick Starter project is the funding for the molds made. Once the molds are made, I will be able to provide more Angel costumes pieces for others to purchase and wear.
I originally made this Kickstarter without the progress or final pictures and it didn't do very well so now i'm going to try once more where people can actually see what they're supporting.
I shall be selling any and all pieces of this costume to whomever is interested.
Costume will fit roughly between dress sizes 6-12. If you're interested, contact me with your measurements and I will let you know.
Pictures of face and hair
Disclaimer-Costume pieces include; Foam Wig, Face, Top and Skirt- Wings not included in purchase. You are responsible for painting any exposed skin (i.e. chest, neck, arms). I cannot be held liable for latex allergies.
Any money donated, will go towards the full price of a costume, should you want to buy one.
Risks and challenges
The challenges mostly come from the expensiveness these molding materials have gotten over the years.
I want to make this easily accessible to people, but overall its already cost me about 600 to make the molds.
Once made the actually pieces are fairly non expensive though.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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