I made a Majora's Mask about 10
years ago and only sold one copy and moved onto
other projects. I needed the money and never had
time to make a copy for myself. I have since learned
a lot about casting and painting this sort of
thing. I still had my old mold which helped me
make a copy recently, but I did not like the old
sculpt and knew I could do better. I removed some
details on the cast and then sculpted over it,
adding body filler and apoxie sculpt, and I then
sanded and perfected the shape using the N64 cover
art as the primary reference. I decided I should
offer some more of these to the public to justify
all the effort I put into it and bring some joy
This is a wearable mask, and the
lookout holes are the triangle-shaped holes seen
in the photos. Visibility is not good enough to
walk around a crowded convention floor safely,
but it is good for posing for photos and would
allow you see the crowd enough to make it pleasant.
I will install 3-point fabric tie straps and foam
blocks in the finished masks. Tied properly, it
will sit snug on your face, be comfortable to
wear, and slip on and off your head easily without
having to tie the knot each time.
Above:comparison of Nintendo art
to mask photo. Please note: this was before I
finished the paint job so the white lines are
too bright and the colors are not finished.
Original mask design is copyright
by Nintendo. This mask is based on the Mask of
Majora from Nintendo's Majora's Mask videogame.
This is not an official Nintendo product.
Dimensions: 17" W by 16"
H, Top to bottom inside is 8.75"
• Made mainly from strong impact resistant
fibers and resin
• Average thickness: 1/8"
• Approx. total weight: Under 1 lb
• Hand painted acrylic and enamel
• Protective enamel coating
• Extremely rare fan-made original
• High accuracy and detail
If you would like to be notified
the next time I offer this at auction (for around
$200), please fill out the following form: