Red Nebula Studios

Fantasy art, costumes, crafts,
and creative endeavors.

Mangle Jumpscare!

Posted by Sarrah Wilkinson | Sep 16th, 2016 | Linked to: FNaF 2 - Mangle Cosplay

An animation of my Mangle puppet doing a jumpscare.

*insert loud animatronic scream here*

How fun! My friend ChitChad recorded some video of Mangle in action. Here's an animated gif of its jumpscare! (give it a few moments to load - it's worth it!)

Check the build page if you want to see more about my Mangle costume / puppet!

New Mask: Aged Copper Dragon

Posted by Sarrah Wilkinson | Aug 26th, 2016

One of my resin dragon masks, hand painted to resemble aged copper with a green patina.

I just finished this lovely critter, one of my dragon mask blanks painted to resemble aging copper with a green patina forming in the detail work. The mask has an adjustable strap and padding already installed, so it's ready to wear right out of the box.

This copper dragon mask is available from our Etsy costume shop or, if you want to paint your own, I've got blank resin dragon masks too!

Mangle Cosplay from Five Nights at Freddys

Posted by Sarrah Wilkinson | Aug 23rd, 2016

Mangle cosplay teaser photo.

So I'm a little bit fascinated with the Five Nights at Freddy's games! I've wanted to build a costume that incorporated puppeteering for a while now, and this bizarre machine was the perfect candidate.

Meet my new Mangle Cosplay from FNaF 2!

New Mask: Big Cat Skull

Posted by Sarrah Wilkinson | Aug 17th, 2016

A blank cast of my big cat skull mask being worn.

I just finished a new mask, a big cat skull like that of a jaguar or a lion.

You can read a more about it on the Big Cat Skull Mask build page, or I've got blank casts available over on Etsy!

Send in the clowns!

Posted by Sarrah Wilkinson | Jul 30th, 2016

A happy clown mask with a classic smiling red mouth, nose, and cheek spots, thick black eyebrows, and a design done above and below each eye in alternating blue and green.

I like clowns, be they happy friendly ones, charming sad ones, or monstrously spooky ones. I crafted this clown mask from the same mold I used to make the Simpsons masks, one I haven't made use of in a while! It's a fun, simple, classic design, but the result is really quite delightful!

This mask is available over on Etsy.

Unless you don't like clowns, I guess. :)