The paint job is fast and rough, mostly gray, though I made them different tints.
There is a wooden stick fastened by a single screw on the inside of the horn. this serves as a handle so the wearer can direct the horn.
I think if I were to stage this show again, I would dye all the burlap black on the bottom and the top -- otherwise it's too bright and distracting.
The secret to this method is West System epoxy. It's expensive, but it turns to hard flexible plastic. It hardens completely, so you can sand it or file it. And there doesn't seem to be any harmful fumes. I don't think there are any solvents at all, there is a slight odor, and I use a mask and gloves, but it's not like polyester resin.