From the nightclubs to furry conventions to parade performance, Wild Gasmasks become part of many a journey. From 2012 to the end of 2013, our workload was filled with many creative requests.
With the final coats on our painted design, it was time to add our secondary colors, mixed for the sake of making our UV reactive painjob pop even more. With respect to the character's goatee, a small brush was used to create the impression of hair the best way it might look on a rubber tiger.
This became a great marker to keep my stripe work flowing in the right direction. This is just one of many stripes that essentially were a reproduction of the stripes from Quietfire Version 1.
The zorse has become vain, we think. Really, the mirror was helpful in achieving symetry and getting a full idea of proper flow for the markings.