Inca masks are made by stone.
masks were made in the ancient Greeks
masks were made out of terracotta.
who made the carnival masks
zaka masks were made in1986
The masks that were used as Egyptian "death masks" were usually made of gold and they had the purpose of was to give a dead face to the afterlife. The other masks were funerary masks. These were often made of wood and were made in to separate pieces.
they make 30,000,000 masks made in a year
Egyptians masks were made of a variety of things based on your wealth. Royal and rich kings and queens had masks made of gold! :)
Masks were made for protection sometimes, but mostly for entertainment, amusement and ceremonies.
They made their own masks
The Egyptian's made portrait masks out of gold and gems, or sculpted the masks from clay. Masks were also made from wax to create a mold of the face.
Every production has its own masks. Masks can be made out of many things and it is the costumer's call as to what they should be made of in any given production.
African masks are made usually made from wood, metal or other organic materials.
Egypt portrait masks were made from a material called "Cartonauge"
The masks are made out of materials such as clay, dry lacquer, cloth, paper
The Aztecs made the masks in Mexico[where they live]
they started making trestle masks in 1994.
Venetian masks were made by a special guild of mask makers. They held a special position in society due to the popularity of the masks.
they were made in 1985
The Cherokee made buffalo masks, they were used in rituals.
The most sacred ones (usually burial masks) were made out of Jade. Ceremony masks were made out of wood. Some masks were adorned with colored stones and decorative metals. Poor Mayans made masks out of palm tree bark or paper mache.
well masks are made of different stuffs.many countries have their own ways of making masks but the basic material for mask making are clay or wood.
Trestle masks are masks that show expression, they are used in performances of mime and are usually made of plastic.