959: Jackson’s Goblin Mask

Continuing my quest to master the face, I decided to explore the facial widgets of CP#15, one of many generous public designs by Flynn Jackson:

Goblin - black and white

From a single uncut square, emerges the angular features of a lovely goblin.

goblin - scale

I am particularly interested in the formation of the nose, and it’s linkage to the nose bridge – something I want to master for another long-term project.

goblin - development

I like the expression and feeling in this face – it is continually astonishing to discover that, with remarkably little folding, such bold features can emerge.

finished face

The mouth is interesting and this mask even has ears – amazing design. I will continue to explore characteristics of face, a personal challenge to rend life into a flat sheet and be able to control the morphology and expression.

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