In the beginning era of mascots, colorful make up was the most common way to create a mascot face or people used to use cardboard to paint faces and to make a mask out of that. Now with the raised standards the mascot heads are made more realistic to depict the character in right manner.
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Choosing A Mascot CostumeIs All
About Choosing The Right Head
How To Choose A Mascot Costume
In the beginning era of mascots, colorful make up was the most common way to create a mascot face or people used to use cardboard to paint faces and to make a mask out of that. Now with the raised standards the mascot heads are made more realistic to depict the character in right manner. To enhance the performance factor the manufacturers are making them out of lightweight materials.
How to Choose the Right Mascot
Keep It Practical :
The makers should use hand stitching to bind fabrics in place rather than hot glue. Stitching is much stronger, and hot glue will eventually lose its stickiness over time as the effects of weather and heat wear it down.
Choose Something People Recognize:
You’ve probably noticed that a lot of mascot costumes are animals. That’s because people quickly identify what they are, and it’s easy to make these look cute.
As a starting point, you might want to choose something that is locally recognizable.
Some Things to Avoid:
You will need to employ some creativity in choosing a mascot, and we encourage you to let your imagination run wild. But try to stay away from personal things that the average person might not understand.
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