Chinese Mask

Sun Wukong, White Fang boss version.
I dun’t know, the idea is just too cool, since as I believe we actually have 3 White Fang bosses, I can’t help it *cry hard* so I design the version when he belong to “bad side”. He look pretty good on dark color *cry again*
The grimm mask actually base on Sun Wukong’s mask in Chinese drama theater.

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Chinese Mask
Many colors are used in any given Chinese mask, but the dominant colors impart specific characteristics. 

Black means that the character is neutral. It also indicates impartiality and integrity.

White face indicates that the character is evil and hypocritical. 

Red used on mask indicates a positive character, intelligence and bravery. It can also mean prosperity, loyalty, courage and heroism.

Purple is sometimes used as a substitute for red and in its own right, it represents justice and sophistication.

Green shows that the character is violent, impulsive and lacks restraint.

Blue masks are an indication of neutrality, stubbornness, astuteness and fierceness. 

Gold and silver show that the character is a god or demon. It may also indicate that the character is a ghost or spirit. These two colors also symbolize mystery.

Yellow mask indicates that the character is cruel, evil, hypocritical, ambitious or sly.