Nicki Tens posted a new update in the form of a video blog showing her progress on her Krystal cosplay attempting to use 3D printing to make a Krystal mask. Previously, she'd been attempting to print the mask traditionally, where the 3D printer printed the surface of the mask. She wasn't happy with these results due to quality concerns, and she wanted the mask as a single piece. Thus, she's begun work on printing a negative mask mold. This clever technique involves printing large, solid blocks that have a hole for where the mask should be. She can then use resin to fill the chamber. Once dry, the resin will form a single piece, large Krystal mask. Plus, she can use the negative mask mold over and over again to create as many Krystal masks as she wishes. For now, she's still using Little_Dragon's model, but eventually she will move to her own Krystal model.