Introducing the Mateo. A Domino design with slender sockets, sharp lines and an aggressive scowl that will make you the envy of all your cosplay counterparts. This is a one piece domino design made of flexible urethane and attaches to the face with the use of prosthetic adhesives like spirit gum. This domino mask was designed and developed by Dark Knight FX and as such is another exclusive piece that won’t be found or sold anywhere else.
This item was 3D printed followed by sanding, assembly and molding. The domino mask is cast in bjb enterprises 40 Shore urethane. As such this item is incredibly flexible and form fitting.
The default color is black and has a satin finish. Note that other colors will be painted onto the urethane and thus will have a glossier appearance.
An incredibly unique and wonderful piece to help complete your costume or to purchase simply as a conversational item for your coffee table or mancave.
*sized to fit snug on a 24" head but due to its flexibility, may (though unknown) accommodate other head sizes.
Care instructions: Clean with soap and water. DO NOT use abrasives or harsh solvent based cleaning agents as they can dry out the urethane and damage the surface.
PLEASE PLAN ACCORDINGLY AND ALLOW 1-2 WEEKS BEFORE SHIPPING AS DEMAND IS HIGH AND ITEMS ARE MADE TO ORDER.
All items are hand made, cast and painted, that said some imperfections may result from the casting process. These imperfections should be minimal and should not distract from the beauty of the piece.
We are in no way affiliated with Warner Brothers, Disney, Marvel or DC Comics. I design my items to look agressive and cool, but generic enough to be used in several different character cosplays dependant on the execution of the paintjob. Any likeness to past or existing characters is purely coincidental as the designs and 3d sculpts are my own. Items are available in a variety of colors but I choose to display many of my items painted red because it’s a popular color choice and can be utilized as an alternative stand-in prop for a variety of different hero/villain variant costumes. My main point being that it should not be assumed that all red helmets are owned by a certain studio or affiliated with a certain character.