Above left: the mask is cleaned, loose parts are reattached, deep cuts are closed (using Pattex) and the cloth parts are covered with clingfilm.
Actually I normally would have had to carve new teeth (1 evening more) but time was running out again...
Above right: glue // cloth // glue. The glue used is D3: transparent drying, water resistant. The thinnest fabric I could find was one on theese almost gauze- like scarves sold either in square shape or as a tube. The cottton- fabric of the hippies of old has become expensive and is mostly been replaced by synthetic material, but no problem: in this case the fibres are not soaked but enclosed by the glue.
One layer of cloth will do- we aren´t building armour here.
I chose a brown, unpatterned scarf (which was understandably sold reduced, for who except larpers would wear something like this?) and applied single, in parts tailormade, pieces cut from strips about 3 fingers wide.
Takes one evening. Let it dry overnight.