a griffin mask that I made. it was all made by scratch and I used brass fasteners for the joint in the mouth, so it moves with you jaw. I used foil to make a cheap mold, and paper mache was used over the foil. and when I made a basic face mask (with no beak. just a full face mask) and then I popped it off, cut out the beak pieces and tapped the top together, and the bottom jaw together. then I tapped the beak on the face, and cut it in half along my mouth line, and then I attached the bottom jaw cardstock paper to the paper mache bottom jaw. then I used the brass fasteners and cut a small hole in it that lined up for it could move. and then I put mache on it, and painted it after I put the eyes on.