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    I would disagree there... first off you can get them cheaper than 250 but that is another story for another book. But we'll go with your 250 that is three masks to one maybe depending on the mask 4 masks to 1. The foam masks are awesome best masks we've ever had in the industry EVER if you take away the silicon masks. In other words lets say silicon masks never happened those foam latex masks blow away anything we've ever had before in our industry so they are major upgrades to what the standard use to be. Silicone masks are great no doubt in fact they are incredible... but when I have 250 actors on a busy night between three haunts i can't buy 250 of them that would cost me about $200,000 dollars at an average of $800 dollars. On the other hand I could outfit 250 actors for $56,000 on an average of $225. with the foam latex.

    The Silicone masks are by far better and more realistic and we have many of them but to outfit a legion of the dead an army of monsters... LOL you got to mix it up between make up, foam and silicone.

    Larry
     

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    If you had somebody in-house to make them for you, Larry, you could get either type of mask for much less. Know anybody like that?
     

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    I think you have to have some special talent to make silicon masks not easy I don't think...
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by drfrightner View Post
    I think you have to have some special talent to make silicon masks not easy I don't think...
    Pretty standard process now.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAWDUST JONES View Post
    Pretty standard process now.
    With as many silicone vendors as there were this year, IT MUST BE! Hahahaha. I need to get with one and figure the process out!!
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    Easy Peasy.......

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    It is not that difficult. You just have to make the right positive master so the mask lies against the face and doesn't stick away from the face. And make sure there is no sulfer in any of the materials. The other problem is that the materials are so much more expensive than latex and foam latex.
     

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    lol, yeah a few of us have it figured out lol.
     

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