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Plastic Mask
Paint in grey, black and brown
Foam brush
Craft knife
Fine-point paint brush

Using the craft knife, cut through the lips in a sinister pattern.

Figure 1

Using the foam brush, apply grey paint.

Figure 2

With the pencil, draw some swirl patterns all over the mask.

Figure 3

Mix the black and brown paint together to create an aged rusty color.

With the fine-point paint brush and the rusty paint, paint over the swirls on the mask, and around the eye holes.

Figure 4

Final Product

Bellatrix's Death Eater Mask

ilovemyhobbits's tutorial was taken with permission from Harry Potter Costuming.

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