Hand-Painted and Machine Printed Masks

So we finally found an awesome art studio to help us out with applying our designs to the #3d surfaces of the #masks. We also learned that the best way to have the images prepared are in #Vector format. I’m such a novice with all of this stuff and it looks like I’ll need to take an #Adobe class (a #Photoshop class wouldn’t hurt either). That was definitely a relief to figure out this important step as it will help us take our computerized designs and reproduce them for the #mass-market.
The other breakthrough we had was in regard to finding an awesome team of #hand-painters who will also be able to reproduce both computer images I create and images that come directly from the artists we’ve invited to work with us on the #Kosmask Project. Exciting times are ahead for sure!
Today I posted new images from artist #ChrisKienke on the ‘originals’ page. Chris is a good friend of mine from the old #KCAI days and is an awesome painter. I’m really excited to show his work in #Atlanta at the #AmericasMart show, #AtlMkt July 11th thru 15th.

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