half face ichigo hollow mask tutorail

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#1 featherweight on 12 years ago

ok since i have been asked so much i'm taking time out of my gundam to write this

[url]http://images.cosplay.com/showphoto.php?photo=805964[/url]
this is basicly what you'll get when your done should only take an hour or so
since i've done all hard bits for you on this one.

you will need atlest 3 comic backs hotglue some paint and a yellowe lense

[url]http://i12.photobucket.com/albums/a241/featherweight-cosplay/hm1.jpg[/url]

1) use this [url]http://i12.photobucket.com/albums/a241/featherweight-cosplay/flastlayout.jpg[/url]
as a template and cut that shape out of a comic back

2) overlap and bend th shape till it cruves the penicl lines on the temple are a guild to how far to over lap

3) cut the stripes from comic backs and glue them over the overlap lines

[url]http://i12.photobucket.com/albums/a241/featherweight-cosplay/hm2.jpg[/url]

4) Cut away the rest of the shape of the mask
[url]http://i12.photobucket.com/albums/a241/featherweight-cosplay/DSC07126.jpg[/url]
it should look somehtign like this at this stage

5) cut the teeth out of comic back and be sure to give them abit of a bend befor glueing them on

6) cut out a piece with the shape of the eye and glue it to the back of the mask
[url]http://i12.photobucket.com/albums/a241/featherweight-cosplay/DSC07127.jpg[/url]

[url]http://i12.photobucket.com/albums/a241/featherweight-cosplay/hm3.jpg[/url]

7) paint it and glue the yellow lesne to the back of the eye ( best place to find one is in a pair of doller store sunglasses)


your done, now sticking it to your face is your bussiuns i used ducted tape myself.

#2 Daala on 12 years ago

wow, thanks! that's a great idea to use comic backs... I think, I have some around here..

#3 Nekkid Ichigo on 12 years ago

Hey, featherweight, not to sound like a prick or anything, but a half mask has a lower jaw, that's only a quarter mask ^_^;;

#4 Mako_Blue on 12 years ago

OMG thankyou so much!!!

#5 featherweight on 12 years ago

[QUOTE=Nekkid Ichigo]Hey, featherweight, not to sound like a prick or anything, but a half mask has a lower jaw, that's only a quarter mask ^_^;;[/QUOTE]

hey i worte this at like 4 am give me a !%@^&*! break would a ;)

#6 Okami Yokai on 12 years ago

how dare j00 question teh Featherwieght! bow and kiss his toes now!

#7 GetaBoshi on 12 years ago

It indeed needs a lower jaw. >.>

Okami, be quiet.

#8 Beryl on 12 years ago

This mask isn't the full mask. Details (with [b]mild spoilers[/b]) below:
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[color=#E1E1E1]Hollow Ichigo's mask is a full mask. However, in the manga, after he hits himself in the face, it shatters, losing the jaw. That's really what this tutorial makes: the broken mask.[/quote]

Adding the jaw might also be difficult, but not impossible. Then again, if you're going to add the jaw, you might as well make the whole mask, right?

#9 Okami Yokai on 12 years ago

[QUOTE=GetaBoshi]It indeed needs a lower jaw. >.>

Okami, be quiet.[/QUOTE]
*hunches over in defeat* yes, ma'am

#10 Nekkid Ichigo on 12 years ago

actually, even in the manga, there's two different full masks, and if memory serves correctly, even the original broken mask doesn't look the same as this

#11 Mako_Blue on 12 years ago

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#12 featherweight on 12 years ago

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yes the mask is made form that moement in the story thuo its more closely modeled after whats seen in the anime.

#13 on 12 years ago

haha i love it. aishiteru! ^ ^

#14 dieddead46 on 12 years ago

whats the best alternative to use instead of comic backs. as i have none.

#15 Okami Yokai on 12 years ago

[QUOTE=dieddead46]whats the best alternative to use instead of comic backs. as i have none.[/QUOTE]
comic backs cost .25 cents