Dragon Model 1

Wildgasmasks DG 1 fantasy dragon gasmask quarter view

The dragon stands before you, the dusk casting a sleek sheen across its skin. A pair of horns protrude from its forehead, drawing you to its brow while this creature regards its friends and foes. Built off of our horse mask, the DG1 features upturned nostrils, a slanted lipline, and shaping towards the back of the mouth.

Our model 1 mask accommodates standard head sizes up to 22.25 inches (~57cm) around the wearer?s forehead*. Versatile throughout world lore, our dragon mask offers some enhancements to its form and with your choice of horn.

Made of ~2.5mm thick latex, a Wildgasmask will give you the feeling of taking on a transformation. Every standard order comes with the internal components, 5-point head harness (straps) and a pair of black lenses (shown) which can be switched out with any of our other available colors. Our removable carry strap and white cloth bag makes our masks easy to transport to your event.

* We may also ask for a measurement around the front of the face (under the chin, to above the forehead) to confirm the horse model mask that fits you best. You can see measurement #1 and #4 on this chart to help with getting these measurements

Available Options

Custom Base Color

All of our masks are created in the color of black. At the customer’s request, we can change that color to a color of your choice. If you are trying to match one of our masks with an existing outfit/catsuit, than we will ask for a sample swatch and require an additional fee for such a specific color match. Once we receive that sample in the mail, we will work diligently to ensure close-to-exact matching of your item.

Standard, Simple Paint Design
Large collage of different Wild Gasmasks, which feature a simple paint job. From left to right: a horse with a large white blaze down the muzzle, with bright pink inside the ears ; a black KG1 with white markings on the face and ears, along with pink markings inside the ear ; a closeup of a horse with grey marking on its muzzle ; a white jackal with thin black markings, and a black jackal with gold "godpaint"
Referred to as “godpaint”, standardized paintjobs require only a few markings to make your plain solid colored mask stand out from the rest.

Wildgasmasks has a few often-requested designs for our creations, giving us a few “stock designs” that we can offer. Get an enhanced look for your black mask with a simple pattern. This could be a singular shape somewhere on the mask or 1-3 organic animal markings. If placement of your simple pattern is really specific, or you require a color match, please refer to our more specialized design options.

Extra Custom Paint Design
Large collage of different Wild Gasmasks, which feature complex paint jobs. From left to right: a leopard KG1, a purple and black jackal, a zebra's muzzle, the forehead of Solomon Tigcelot's mask,, and a large quarter view of Mavekohime's multi-colored horse.
Stripes, spots, rosettes, or specifically placed markings — we can do it all!

Our custom paint jobs are for original characters, specialized concepts and/or color matching an existing item. Once we are in communication, we will ask for a detailed reference image or photo. For close-to-exact color matching, we will also request a sample swatch or item to be sent by mail. The more information we receive, the better we will be at creating the look you have been dreaming of.

This option requires a non-refundable deposit.

Closed/Altered Ports

Closing or altering ports is done by request for those people who wish to use their own style hoses (such as SCUBA) or to add their own accoutrements. These masks are not usable as-is and are not covered by our warranty.

(Wild Mask) Shell

Start with something basic, and let your imagination run wild. By ordering the raw shell, than the shiny coat will not be performed, allowing you to build your costume idea atop our form. All shells will include the head harness, but lenses and valves will not be included, unless specifically requested (and for an additional charge).

Alternate 2-Port Design
Closeup of a commissioned dragon mask from 2020. It sports a side port, in a contrasting silver color.

Now dragons can join in on the hose game. Created while working on a commission, we can offer a 2-port design that will allow you to connect your mask up to other accessories and accoutrements. With this design, air flow acts as normal from one intake port, with our specialized valve working as an exhaust.

(Important note: This means air can be unintentionally recirculated from the exhaust side over to the intake side, if safe setup and care is not taken.)

Add Straight Style 1 Horn
Two dragon masks with a simple straight horn. The horn is conical, with a slight bend to it. Angle, position and length can be adjusted for one's Wild Gasmask. Collage showing two dragon masks with a straight horn. The dragon on the left uses a photo taken from the top. It has silver colored accents. On the right, texturing can be seen as part of the dragon mask's finish.

Straight and conical, go for a streamlined profile. Basic and streamlined, the straight horn protrudes with a little curve to it.

Made of dense foam, these offer a firm feel. All of our horn designs are available for any mask. For dragons, this style is an available choice for the mask’s two included horns. Specific positioning, angle, and length can be fine tuned for the final look of your mask.

Graphic showing a dragon or horse mask shell. In profile, there is a straight style horn protruding from the forehead. A faded shape of that horn can be seen behind it, protruding from the same spot. It is labeled with text "Adjust the angle of your chosen horn(s)" To the right of this image is another simple horse/dragon head shape from the top view. There is a dark area that denotes where along the forehead a horn can be placed. Text inside this area reads "Choose Horn Position".
Our different horn types are available for any Wild Gasmask. Choose where your horns can be placed, and the angle from which they protrude.
Add Straight Style 2 Horn
Two dragon masks with a straight horn with a raised area that stops halfway up. The horn is conical, with a slight bend to it. The dragon on the left uses a photo in quarter view. It has a red base, with black tips that start just above the horn's bump. A plain black colored side view of Taku's DG2 in profile.

Go for the mystical with a straight horn. It protrudes with a small taper, with a change in thickness about halfway up. There is a visible ridge line as the horns blend into the mask’s forehead.

Made of dense foam, these offer a firm feel. All of our horn designs are available for any mask. For dragons, this style is an available choice for the mask’s two included horns. Specific positioning, angle, and length can be fine tuned for the final look of your mask.

Graphic showing a dragon or horse mask shell. In profile, there is a straight style horn protruding from the forehead. A faded shape of that horn can be seen behind it, protruding from the same spot. It is labeled with text "Adjust the angle of your chosen horn(s)" To the right of this image is another simple horse/dragon head shape from the top view. There is a dark area that denotes where along the forehead a horn can be placed. Text inside this area reads "Choose Horn Position".
Our different horn types are available for any Wild Gasmask. Choose where your horns can be placed, and the angle from which they protrude.
Add a Spiral Style Horn
Collage showing two unicorn masks with the spiral style horn. The white unicorn has a solid gold metallic horn. At the right of the composition is a closeup of a horse with a black horn. A vibrant red details the spiral that goes all along its length.

Go for the mystical with a rubber spiral horn for your mask. The horn protrudes with only a small taper. The raised spiral gives an organic look with its single helix design.

Made of dense foam, these offer a firm feel. All of our horn designs are available for any mask. For dragons, this style is an available choice for the mask’s two included horns. Specific positioning, angle, and length can be fine tuned for the final look of your mask.

Graphic showing a dragon or horse mask shell. In profile, there is a straight style horn protruding from the forehead. A faded shape of that horn can be seen behind it, protruding from the same spot. It is labeled with text "Adjust the angle of your chosen horn(s)" To the right of this image is another simple horse/dragon head shape from the top view. There is a dark area that denotes where along the forehead a horn can be placed. Text inside this area reads "Choose Horn Position".
Our different horn types are available for any Wild Gasmask. Choose where your horns can be placed, and the angle from which they protrude.
Add a Convex Style Horn
Graphic showing an ear-less horse mask shell, with a convex style unicorn horn composed on top. The horn tapers into a conical straight shape, and has convex forms moving all along its length. On the forehead of the mask outline is a dark area that denotes where along the forehead a horn can be placed, giving you an idea of positioning options.

Go for the mystical with a rubber spiral horn for your mask. With a nod to the the carousel, a raised round shape makes up the spiral for this design. While shown here with a single horn, this can very well be a choice for a two horned dragon or other fantasy creature.

Graphic showing a dragon or horse mask shell. In profile, there is a straight style horn protruding from the forehead. A faded shape of that horn can be seen behind it, protruding from the same spot. It is labeled with text "Adjust the angle of your chosen horn(s)" To the right of this image is another simple horse/dragon head shape from the top view. There is a dark area that denotes where along the forehead a horn can be placed. Text inside this area reads "Choose Horn Position".
Our different horn types are available for any Wild Gasmask. Choose where your horns can be placed, and the angle in which they are mounted (from).
Add a Curved Horn
A collage showing the top of two Wild Gasmasks, both with the curved horn. A brown black and white gazelle faces left, with black S-curve horns. On the right of the composition is the top of a mask with blue versions of the S-curve horn.

From a romping gazelle to a fantasy creatures from epic tales, add a swoop to the overall shape of your horn. The curved horn uses an S-shape, with the tip aiming upward or down, depending on how it is arranged.

Made of dense foam, these offer a firm feel. All of our horn designs are available for any mask. For dragons, this style is an available choice for the mask’s two included horns. Specific positioning, angle, and length can be fine tuned for the final look of your mask.

Graphic showing a dragon or horse mask shell. In profile, there is a straight style horn protruding from the forehead. A faded shape of that horn can be seen behind it, protruding from the same spot. It is labeled with text "Adjust the angle of your chosen horn(s)" To the right of this image is another simple horse/dragon head shape from the top view. There is a dark area that denotes where along the forehead a horn can be placed. Text inside this area reads "Choose Horn Position".
Our different horn types are available for any Wild Gasmask. Choose where your horns can be placed, and the angle from which they protrude.
Dragon Beak
Collage showing a red dragon's muzzle up close, with our extended beak attached. The front view from the bottom shows how it tapers from the muzzle to a sharp beak.
Click to view the collage at full size.

The look of a dragon is varied throughout different mythology across the world. If you want an enhanced look in your dragon mask, add on a “beak.The dragon’s muzzle can get a sizeable change i n its profile. The beak has a subtle curve inward. This enhanced form is attached to the mask, blended in as we add the final coats to the mask.

Hooded Wild Gasmasks
Graphic showing two figures of a head and shoulders. Each of the two has a pair of purple overlapping markings, showing where the different lengths of hood are. Short, Medium, Long and Extra Long lengths are labeled.

Sturdy and thick, our masks can also be made with a full hood, instead of the adjustable straps. These hoods allow for more encasement, and are attached to the mask shell with our typical “seamless” blend. For different aesthetics we can do a more simple attachment, which creates a more visible line.. There are four lengths of hoods to choose from, with our shortest length as an easy-to-pull-on design. Medium to extra long length hoods can use either a zipper closure, or the more adjustable lace-up type.

Our hoods are not constructed with sheet latex, and the result is a very thick hood for your Wild Gasmask. Getting proper measurements for your head and neck area are important. Please see this size chart for reference. Due to the custom sculpting done for these hoods, a 50% non-refundable deposit is required.

Lace-Up Closure

Lace it up, cinch it tight. Full enclosure masks can go for a more flexible type of closure, with metal hardware to allow one to adjust the criss-cross lacing to their comfort. Silver or black hardware line the latex, preventing the cord from unraveling. This closure also features a rubber flap to protect the wearer’s hair from becoming caught. This option is only available on medium, long and extra long hoods.

Quarter back view of a Wild Gasmasks pony mask. The mask is a full length hood, with the lace up closure shown loose upon the display prop.
Back view of a Wild Gasmasks hood, with a lace-up closure. Cording runs through black hardware, cinched with a toggle stopper.Two dragon horns peak up from the top.
Image courtesy Kronas
Locking Zipper Closure
Close up shot of the zipper pull and its keys

Replace your standard zipper pull with one that locks. Using a locking zipper pull adds something to the experience of being geared up with your mask.

Once in the locked position, the zipper can only be pulled closed. When taking the hood back off, simply turn the key a half turn more. 2 keys are included.

Mohawk Style Mane
Collage showing a black hooded horse mask with a black mohawk. An inset in the bottom right corner, shows the hair flap built on the inside.. Above are some colored areas, labeled with all color choices for the mohawk.

Go for something extra with your hooded mask. Two and a half inches in height, the mohawk can reach from the middle of the forehead, all the way down to the edge of the hood. Attached along with your hood closure, the hair will not get stuck in the zipper due to hair flaps created for this look. our mohawk style manes. Choose from these available colors.