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  1. Printing my face face mask http://rainbowdash.net/attachment/875504

    about a month ago from web
    1. @adiwan Uh, not trying to snark, but doesn't that leave holes over exactly what is intended to be covered? Or do you plan to install a filter layer? Because then, it is pretty f'n boss. (I considered and ultimately rejected wearing my old Michael Meyers mask because of breathing holes (also, despite what the movie shows, glasses will not stay on over those ears))

      about a month ago from web
      1. @scribus I'll put a filter behind later. This model doesn't have any fixtures for a filter. After printing I consider thinking about one, or even none. I also could just wear a normal mask under that.

        about a month ago from web
        1. @adiwan I was thinking about getting fleshtone spandex and trying to look like I was all eyes without a face, but that involved going out and holding up swaths of public fabric to my face and you can see why that'd be a bad idea even if the stores were open so... :p Anyway, good luck on it!

          about a month ago from web
          1. @scribus First of all the scale of my mask has to fit. Due to the scanning process and the myriad of 3d programs I had to use the scale is all out of whack when exporting. So I had to guess the right scale. I used some marker places and guesstimated the final thing.

            about a month ago from web