Here's a few pointers on how to select the best photo for your order of personalised face masks.
Once we take the bit we need (his smug face), we are working with just a tiny part of the image. This means a severe reduction in image quality once we enlarge it to approximately life-size. To get the best results from your personalised mask order, please try and find a photo where the person (or victim, as we like to call them!) is closer to the camera.
Our designers are experts at transforming your images into masks. Please do not crop your photos before you upload them, as it can reduce image quality and more often than not, we lose some useful hair or ears!
*in relation to mask making.
I know he looks pleased with himself, but trust us - images like this don't work. Once the mask is skillfully machine cut to shape, with eye holes popped out, wearing a mask of a slightly side profile face does not look good. No matter how good the smile looks.
And here it is.... obviously we don't expect the perfect image every time (these masks are usually a surprise after all), but if you can aim to find a close up, face on photo - straight from your device, then chances are the image will work.
Happy hunting! :)
Any questions, please give us a shout on 01926 814292 (UK lines open weekdays 9am-5pm) or email email@example.com