I did this specifically for a contest on masks. I might do another. It was fun.
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apokalipstick
Wrote 7 years ago
oooh, moody--very nice! good luck!

vanitas
Wrote 7 years ago
Super cool! I love the weird mask.

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"History of Italian Masquerade Masks, Dating to the 12th century, Venetian masks served the purpose of disguising their medieval wearers from judgmental eyes so that they could enjoy pre-Lenten feasts and festivals. Everyone enjoyed anonymity, the commingling of the classes, and even the clergy might be able to go dancing.
 
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