Considering this is 3 days work minimum, and I need to eat I wouldn't be able to do it for anything less than $200 AUD. Even then from what I have come to experience, people always like changes made after I am done.
I would have to disagree with you, since the only 3d models of the masks are the ones from complete masks. I doubt that they would have put time and money into making such a complex mask before the final result was done. Then again we did see a 3d print of the prototype Tahu mask.
I agree is would have been very nice to see a 3d model of the Moup and more images of the Vahi.
have to say that i did fall in love with this version of the concept art.
I will be getting around the tahu mask in a little bit.
I will see what I can do with these the day after tomorrow. I am not sure if they will work and turn out the way you think when turned more on the side since the way my g2 version works.
How about "3d Printed Masks" I thin k that would work.
In other news, I have done a test for making resin versions of my masks. Here is a silicone mold of a protector mask and a resin copy.
Going to be testing a gold and a gun metal powder soon and a clear cast overnight.