Paper Mask: UPDATED

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To give my mask a more aged and heavily used look, I scratched the dull edge of my cacti knife agains the surface of the paper to create a chipped/peeling look. I then added various cut outs and smaller cut marks along the surface of the mask; most noticeable in the lower jaw. I applied heavier damage to the lower jaw and cheeks to make it appear as though the mask had been hit repeatedly in these regions; from punches and other heavy force inducing acts.

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