The Civetta Curia was the original partner to the Columbina Curia, and had the same issues with its construction that bothered me. Despite that, it's been the "mascot" mask of my brand for many years, so I'm happy to replace it with this newer version. Again, the geometry is much smoother and more efficient, the shapes a bit more defined, and I got rid of a central element I had been waffling back and forth over. After six or seven years my blog banner could use a refresh, huh?
Speaking of refreshes, the Farafallina was the first mesh mask I released, in fact it was the first mesh item I ever released, way back in 2011. I was just learning how to do things, and while the geometry was really not that bad, I had sort of goofed on the UV seams. I decided to give it a refresh, give it the "basic mask collection" treatment, and update its color selection to match the other basic masks I have out right now. I ended up adding in those metal textures after all. Of course, if it's going to be a basic mask, it needed a fancier version.
The Farafallina is slimmer and more delicate than the Civetta, but they were similar enough shapes that it made adapting the pieces pretty simple. This one has become a favorite to wear around. I don't know if it has the surface area for the Barocco details but I like how this one turned out.
These are available now at my store on the Twilight and on the marketplace.