This is the old version
of my full-scale replica of the title mask from The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask. It was a labor of love, requiring weeks to complete, but is as accurate as I could make it with the materials I had back then.
Built-in ribbons, light weight, and a concave back lined with purple velvet make it fully wearable, though there are no eye openings and the wearer cannot see. This seemed fitting, given the sinister nature of the mask.
A detachable accessory adds twisting, red tendrils that hang down from behind the mask almost to the wearer's feet, making for a striking wall display as well.
Some discrepancy exists between the final piece and the original Nintendo art. This is because I also closely referenced game images, which differ slightly in proportions and colors. Overall I'm reasonably pleased with it, but have since made a new version which is much improved.
You can see a couple of photos of this version as part of a costume at my cosplay.com gallery
[Note: The old mask is not for sale, but I have a new version which is. This year I finally got around to making a whole new, much smoother sculpture and am slowly creating reproductions to sell. See the new version below!