A few years back I was a professional maskmaker -- as well as Punch and Judy Professor. With that hat on, I'd not only design and make masks to order -- and sell them on the internet -- but ran many workshops on mask and puppet making in schools and communities.
I was also active in Artrageous Community Arts Centre.
In that mode, we made this Do it yourself video on m my maskmaking techniques. This video wasn't widely distributed because I soon after had a major relapse of my Fibromyalgia symptoms and bombed out of the creative arts business. It was a bummer.(Welcome to my life)
This is a pity because, if I may say so myself, the video is very good -- very comprehensive and descriptive and describes a unique method of maskmaking that I developed. The quality of the video is good too -- except for the ambient sounds --done by David Jackson.
Since I had recently become re-inpired and was researching papier mache techniques, I thought I'd add my own contribution to creative ways and meas arther than l just let the video sit in my drawer.