EDIT 2: Double antlers and D-rings attached - that's more or less it. It may need a smooth ridge or two but no major changes.
EDIT: Worbla and sculpting/texturing - first time I did so much detail work with Worbla'S Finest Art - usually I use it to smooth/cover the surface of my projects then paint on it. This time however I decided to test if I could achieve a bark-like texture with it.
To be honest I enjoyed working with it in that way and love the results I got.
A while back
released a Spriggan mask - and I plan to make it.
I do not have plans for a full costume (atm) but I am really enjoying working on the mask.
So far I built the pepakura model, changed the face somewht to fit my proportions and sculpted a smooth transition between the pepakura part and the changed eyes-nose-mouth area.
Then I started to sculpt on top of the model with paper clay to give it a more bark like texture and covered this with another layer of paper to smooth it out some more.
Right now I am debating if I should
a) make the second set of antlers removable
b) attach them permanently and sculpt a textured transition
c) leave it a regular Spriggan instead of the Spriggan Matron and forgo the second set of antlers
PS: For those of you wwondering what a Spriggan actually is (in the Elder Scrolls Series at least): img3.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20…