At MDRF, and at other shows, watching people have fun with the process of putting on a mask is a gratifying experience for Tiger. Bringing folks a bit of joy, a bit of laughter, and a bit of beauty, is a rewarding endeavor. One of the things Tiger likes most about making masks, crowns, and other leather accessories is that they are usable, wearable art. Leather mask making combines many facets of working in other mediums that Tiger enjoys. There's the tactile nature of sculpting something like clay, the fine detail painting on something other than a flat canvas, and a faster output than oil painting. Because of her work in other mediums, Tiger experiments with ways to make her masks unique.