Author Topic: ISO: Bela Lugosi Latex or Silicone Mask (?)  (Read 288 times)

WyattLowe13

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ISO: Bela Lugosi Latex or Silicone Mask (?)
« on: October 28, 2019, 02:24:13 AM »
Good evening everybody!

Im new to the group, so take it easy on me! Lol.

Im in search of a high quality (at least higher quality mask than the Trick or Treat Studios mask) Bela Lugosi as Dracula Mask. I know Scott at Yordreem did a mold a while back for a silcone mask, but he no longer has the mold, and Ive been digging around as best as I can, but no luck so I figured Id check here. The Don Post masks are iconic (obviously) but Im really looking for something kind of one-off or if you know a mask masker that HAS or is willing to do a Lugosi mold?

Id love to hear everyones thoughts and/or see your masks. If anyone has something that meets the criteria, and would be interested in selling, Id love to continue that conversation too!

Thanks in advance fellow monster lovers!

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Re: ISO: Bela Lugosi Latex or Silicone Mask (?)
« Reply #1 on: October 28, 2019, 01:24:36 PM »
Is this a mask you want to wear or just display? There's a nice Dracula mask in a shop window in Hollywood this season but it may be on the pricey side >

       

I think your best bet is to get one of those ToTS Dracula masks and have it customized with new paint and hair. I love the sinister smirk on their version and
it's one of the few editions that's approved by the Lugosi family. Welcome to The UMA, WyattLowe13.


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Re: ISO: Bela Lugosi Latex or Silicone Mask (?)
« Reply #2 on: October 28, 2019, 01:56:12 PM »
Thanks for the info, Sir Masksalot! I actually am from LA originally and remember this store from my childhood. I'm pretty certain that's the '64 Hollywood Horrors mask. Pretty new digital recreation. Looks fantastic.

This is more to wear, specifically for multiple events.

I agree about the ToTS mask. I was planning on opening the lips, and touching up the paint, as well as maybe adjusting the eyebrows, but when it comes to paint and hair, that's not much of my skills. Do you have any recommendations as to who might be a good contact for hair and makeup like that? I love the smirk, as well. It looks like a really good "base" mask, and I'm willing to make the necessary adjustments to take it to the next level.


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Re: ISO: Bela Lugosi Latex or Silicone Mask (?)
« Reply #3 on: October 28, 2019, 06:13:06 PM »
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Re: ISO: Bela Lugosi Latex or Silicone Mask (?)
« Reply #4 on: November 06, 2019, 05:00:49 PM »
LOVE that Dracula mask-- boy that would be a find!