The Turks are building a mask for a $100 million project that will use metal wire to attach a bull’s horns to a plastic face.
The project, called BullFace, was originally funded in 2013 by the American Foundation for the Arts, which is based in New York.
But the Turks have since cut back on funding.
They are still working on financing, but this is the first time the project has been completed.
The bull will be dressed as a young boy, wearing a hat, gloves, a helmet, and a mask.
The skull of the bull is mounted to the face, and the mask can be attached to the forehead.
The team plans to raise $70 million to finish the project, according to a press release.
They have already raised $18 million from a private investor.
The project was completed in 2014, but the mask is not yet ready for use.
The bull is to wear a mask that has been created from the skins of the bulls head and neck, the press release said.
The head of the new bull is intended to resemble the skull of a young, young bull.
The mask is made from plastic, and can be connected to the bull’s skull by a thin plastic sheet.
The mask can also be attached with wire.
The wire is meant to be attached when the bull gets hurt, or if the bull breaks down.
The design will be unveiled on May 22 at the Turkey Museum in Istanbul.
It will be mounted on a metal plate with an embedded metal wire that will attach the mask to the mask.
The BullFace project is part of the Turkish government’s new initiative to increase tourism, improve urban life, and increase tourism revenue.
The BullFace Project is designed to make Istanbul the new tourism capital of Turkey.
Turkey has been trying to get its population back to the country’s traditional farming economy.
Tourism in the country has been booming, and there are plans to double the number of foreign visitors by 2020.