Sorry for not being very active the past few days. Get ready for a long post.
Sounds like you have a little expierence with molds yourself. There is a reason there is a lot of flashing with the masks is because I poured the resin into half the mold and pushed the other side in. I did it because I was a little impatient to try and cast the masks. In the future i will widden one end of the air holes so I can pour the resin in while the two halves are together. This will reduce the flashing significantly.
That is a good idea. I can cut a notch out of the mask clip section. That would be a deffinate tell tale sign.
Give it one more week, If I get any more time to work on the mask I will try and get it done by then.
Thanks for changing the title. I am happy with what it is at the moment. Just wish I could still edit the first page So people can see everything without needing to scroll through the entire chat to find specific masks.
The legs are a rather nice design. I don't think they would be usable with the Star Wars armor pieces since there isn't really a way to attach them without using glue. I feel the best way to do it would be in two pieces. One made out of resin with gunmetal powder and the other with clear resin dyed a certain colour that can be swapped.
The mask of ultimate power does look very cool but I can see the same problem happening with the similar image posted before. The spikes on the side of the head would be very fragile, This is due to how long and thin they are. It would also make posing much harder, remember how tricky they skull spider are to put on the head with the arms curved around. I think this is why Lego decided to go with a differant design.
The second mask is rather simple on the front. Although the sides do have a very interesting look, I could easily make this mask but like I said with another post. A lot of the detail in this mask would be lost in the print process. It would also be a rather awkward mask to place on a figure. Look at the bottom of the mask. How low it goes and how wide it goes,
I will probably create a poll to see what pieces of art people would want to see made real the most.
When I have the mask done I will annouce it here. Just keep your eyes peeled for it.
From what I can see in the rest of the chat it is just you. I think I can explain using the image to show that you are mistaken though.
As you can see I have zoomed in and highlighted the lines that show there is a curve in the vahi's fins. The blue line shows that the inside of the fin has only one plane with three prints. The red line show that the centre part curves backwards.
Hope that clears things up a little.