Tusken Raider as seen in Episode II
Shmi, drive Anakin to the dark side, loot moisture
farmers, raise good little sand people, keep every
inch of your skin covered, and milk your bantha in
this beautiful, unofficial Star Wars replica mask.
The piece is made in strong resin with high accuracy
detail work in both form and color.
is one of my all time favorite masks from the Star
Wars universe! It is one of the most mysterious, cryptic,
and ancient looking masks from the whole series. The
cool concept design was created by artist Dermot Power
for Ep II. This is NOT an official Star Wars product.
You can find images of the females by watching (the
far too short appearance in) Episode II when Anakin
attacks the Tusken camp, by looking at the image archives
on starwars.com or in your Episode II Visual Dictionary
(Must-have books for Star Wars fans). This mask is
beautiful and obsessively accurate!
ornamentation that hangs from the front of the mask
is one solid piece and the necklace-type part is made
up of 19 separate pieces. The plastic parts are very
thick and built to last, but it is fairly lightweight.
The plastic is durable and impact-resistant. I made
the shroud as well, but I did not have time to fray
and weather the fabric before these photos.