Now start playing with some gear shapes on top of the mask. Lay them out on top of your mask and try out lots of arrangements. I fiddled quite a bit until I was happy enough to glue them down.
Tip! If you have two gear shapes with large open spokes (like the gear on the left in the photo) set these two aside. We’re going to do something cool with them later...
Sprayed! Now everything matches.
Hmm... maybe it matches too much.
Once it’s dry enough to move, leave your mask somewhere safe to dry.
Extra tip: I laid a piece of paper over my spray can to give my mask a curved surface to dry on. Though it won’t matter too much once it’s tied on, it’s nice to encourage your mask to dry in a shape that will curve to your face better.
However, these last little gears and our ribbon don’t quite match, do they?
Paint to the rescue one more time…