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Henrik Lundqvist’s “King’s Crown” Mask

Henrik Lundqvist’s “King’s Crown” Mask

Once again Dave Gunnarsson of Daveart.com has shared another of his great masks with InGoal readers, sending us today his latest for New York Rangers star “King” Henrik Lundqvist. Gunnarsson names all his masks and this one “The King’s Crown” is no exception.

Gunnarsson is constantly tweaking and evolving Lundqvist’s design – yet it remains rooted in a common look that is always recognizable.

Gunnarson writes,

This new design is a continuation from Henrik´s previous designs and also from Henrik´s incredibly popular Winter Classic mask. Lots of bling bling glitter, and just as usual extreme detail work and DAVEART 3-D PaintTech and DAVEART Holographix FX.

Our goal was to create a design that delivers no matter what angle or distance you look at the mask from.

Let us know your thoughts in the comments section!

 

Henrik Lundqvist Goaltender Mask Kings Crown

 

Henrik Lundqvist Goaltender Mask Kings Crown

 

Henrik Lundqvist Goaltender Mask Kings Crown

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David Hutchison

David is one of the founders of InGoal Magazine which he began in 2009. Of course he finds time for some goaltending of his own as well, and despite his age, clings desperately to the idea that some NHL team will call him to play for them - though in his mid-forties (OK, late 40s) it'll likely be for a practice when everyone else on their depth chart has the flu and the shooter tutor has gone in for repairs.

6 Comments

  1. Kevin

    Why the use of this typo? Again?

    • David Hutchison

      Hardly on purpose….and if it’s the one I think you meant – it’s fixed. Thanks for the help.

      • Joe from Chicago

        What typo was that?

  2. Pat Roy

    Not bad. Too many sparkles & lightning bolts, but a clear design that can be seen from the stands.

  3. question3

    FINALLY, a mask that I can somewhat agree with.

    -The “New York” Script was unnecessary.
    -The lightning bolts were unnecessary.
    -Some of the shadows could have been “toned down”. For some reason, many mask “designers” treat the air brush as an “extensions” of something and overuse it.

    Good mask. So many have thought that sparkle paint wouldn’t look “manly”. In this case, the use of sparkle paint ADDS to the mask because of totally kickass design of the Rangers’ logo.

    Good on Dave for his minds eye to see the sparkle paint, and good on the awesome designer who designed a really great logo for NYR.

  4. paul

    Same ol boring stuff dave is doing! Lil kings logos ghosted, at least this time he did lightning instead of flames! Cmon dave your masks all look the same with the same details! Boring!