Ever nce I took my first crack at hairing a mask I've had a new found respect for any artist who can pull this off and it look half way descent. Honestly, I've tried the spray adheve approach as well as hot glue and rubber cement.
All have given me Masve headaches.
I even put rubber cement in a squeeze bottle and only left the small pin hole in the cap open for a couple days .. . still too messy to work with.
Hot glue seems to work the best for me but then you can feel the lines in the scalp if it dries to thick plus you have to be super fast when laying the hair before the glue dries.
Hairing is by far the most stressful part of mask making (in my very limited opinion, and I am by no means a profesonal at it).
Sam, Casey, Justin, Sean, Nicolas and all the rest . . . I'm in awe of your greatness!!
Anybody get this frustrated with hairing?
the reason you have trouble is because youre supposed to put the glue on the mask not sniff it