Monster Makers Pinhead Mask Display

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Introducing Monster Makers Pinhead: Deluxe Mask and Display Stand. The ultimate display stand for masks, helmets, wigs, and much more! Made with a durable, high density plastic that can withstand years of continued use with little to no wear, the Pinhead features a rigid faceplate that’s perfect for displaying your logo or mask title. Designed with tradeshows in mind, the Pinhead can be weighted with water or sand to keep your artwork standing tall, a head above the rest. Featuring the same RAD Technology as the Ed H2.0 and Half Ed H2.0, Pinhead also doubles as an easily demoldable sculpting base. Simply sculpt your character over the form and make your mold, and here is where the magic comes into play: 

RAD (Radiant Assisted Demold) Technology™ provides an easy, built in clay release system which dramatically aides in the demolding process for artists and mask makers using wax based clay mediums. Each RAD enhanced headform becomes, in effect, a hot water vessel which efficiently transfers radiant heat from inside the form to the surrounding clay causing a softening effect within the mold.  Molds made over RAD enhanced forms can be demolded rapidly and without difficulty, resulting in a greatly improved mold-making experience. When you are ready to demold, simply turn the mold over with the bottom side up, unscrew the included inset bottle cap and fill the head form with hot water. Within minutes, radiant heat will begin to penetrate the clay and into the mold for the easiest demolding experience you've ever had. Say goodbye to broken or stuck head forms!

The Pinhead measures 15” H x 6” W x 5.5” D with a circumference at the brow of 20.5” approximately.

The faceplate measures 1.5” H x 2.75” W

Each display stand is supplied with a black plastic cap to seal the bottom spout.

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