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Multi-Cultural Face Forms are designed for papier maché and clay. The easy release molds are made from see through plastic.
Five ethnically diverse characters are available, each beautifully realistic. Face forms measure up to 5½" × 7" (14 cm × 18 cm). Make a mask or design a self portrait. Package of 10.
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ART PROJECT SUPPLIES I WOULD BUY AGAIN
By artfully yours
from Alpena, AR
Comments about Roylco Multi-Cultural Face Forms:
This product is used by art students to create personal mask projects. The ease of creating a mask utilizing this tool is really great. I wish the size of the face forms were a bit larger. Otherwise, this is a great product.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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I would buy this product again
By Tia Titi
from Houston, TX
I will use this masks for a multucultural art project with elementary students
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
By Mobile Art Program
from Austin, Texas
We provide art activities for elderly and disabled adults of all ethnicities. It was great to find a product that reflected the diversity of those we serve AND at a low price!
(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)
Great for Paper-Mache Masks
from Aurora, CO
I have used these mask forms for about 12 years in a K-5 art room. As another reviewer said, they are smaller than a child's face, but I see that as a safety feature. If they were a perfect fit, they could possibly be a suffocation hazard because the face is solid and has no nose or mouth holes and kids like to hold the forms up to their face. (Yes, 12 years of elementary art has made me hyper-aware of every strange and seemingly-impossible accident waiting to happen.)I've only used them with paper-mache with kids. Students get better detail and a smoother surface if the paper-mache is pressed into the form rather than pressed onto the form. Once the paper-mache dries, it pops out of the form easily so the form can be reused again for years to come. The final mask can have eyes and nostrils cut into them, but mostly we hang ours on the wall for display so holes aren't necessary.For my own art, I have pressed clay into the forms but the plastic is a little too flexible for that to be successful with elementary students. Older students might be able to make them work though.
Very Small Face
By art teacher
These masks forms are VERY small. They would work for children under 10, but older than that the masks are not going to cover their faces. I was very disappointed when these arrived and were so small.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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