What if you could get creative with your own anime mask design?
If you’ve ever had your favorite anime characters wearing a mask, you know how much fun it is to get creative.
That’s what one person did.
A woman by the name of Jana was inspired by anime characters and started crafting her own mask.
She called it an “anime-inspired mask” and posted it on Instagram.
Since it was posted on Saturday, the mask has gained over 10,000 likes and over 2,300 retweets.
The mask is handmade using two styles of embroideries: one that looks like a Japanese character and another that resembles an owl.
The owl motif comes from the Japanese story of how a girl accidentally becomes a bear and becomes the head of the family.
The owl motif is inspired by the Japanese bird owl, which was originally an animal mask that looked like a bird.
The mask is made of a thin layer of cotton fabric that covers the owl’s wings and tail.
This way, the owl is hidden underneath the mask and can be easily recognized when the mask is worn.
The Japanese bird owls are also known as kokanai and have been a popular symbol in Japanese folk art for centuries.
In Japanese culture, owl symbolism has a long history, and it’s been used for many things, including masks, kimonos, and hats.
Jana explained that the owl motif came from her love of Japanese folk music, and she thought it would be a fun way to represent a Japanese owl.
Jana also included a link to her Instagram post in her post.
The post has since received over 13,000 retweey.
The post was shared by many people on social media and the response has been overwhelming.
“I’ve got so many great questions, and I can’t wait to share them with you!”
“It’s been a very exciting week for me, so I hope you’ll share it with your friends too!
I’m so grateful to all of you!
Keep it up!”
Jana’s post has already garnered over 2.5 million retweeres, and the mask looks like it will make a huge splash on social networks and the internet.
She said she plans to make more masks in the future.
For more information on Jana’s mask design and the art of anime masks, check out her Instagram page.