half face ichigo hollow mask tutorail

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#16 Ditto on 13 years ago

[QUOTE=Okami Yokai]comic backs cost .25 cents[/QUOTE]
not to be an ass, but I don't want to go cut a penny..... as in they are 25 cents, not .25 cents. anyways, what are comic backs? at they the things you put behind comics so they don't bend? if so then I might have some around here..... even tho I don't really read comics.

#17 featherweight on 13 years ago

[QUOTE=Ditto]not to be an ass, but I don't want to go cut a penny..... as in they are 25 cents, not .25 cents. anyways, what are comic backs? at they the things you put behind comics so they don't bend? if so then I might have some around here..... even tho I don't really read comics.[/QUOTE]

yeah thats what they are

#18 ichigo112 on 13 years ago

hey i dont know where to buy comic backs are they usually on comics. lol srry fro stupid question

#19 pedicuregirl on 13 years ago

awesome and resourceful!!!

#20 Naykomii on 13 years ago

Ah, great tutorial. ^^ I'll make sure to show this to my buddy who will be doing an Ichigo cosplay. I envy your skills Featherweight. ^-^ Thanks for always taking the time to help everyone out also. <3 Rawk those madskillz. n____n

#21 Tayels on 13 years ago

Hi, sorry to be a bother ^^;;

I'm still rather confused with the whole comic backs thing o.o
I read the other posts up there but I still dont really understand what they are, so er... are they acctually cardboard? like the cardboard you'd find in packing boxes or something thinner? I might just go to the comic store and see if they know

o_O;;;

#22 Mako_Blue on 13 years ago

Heres how mine turned out. its ok i guess fits perfectly!

[URL="http://images.cosplay.com/showphoto.php?photo=833482"]HOLLOW MASk[/URL]

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Feather weight[/B] you ROCK :rockon:
thx for the Tutorial

#23 Vash_Fanatic on 13 years ago

Amazing..I think I want to make one for fun! 0o Where do you buy the comic backs?Like at a craft store or something?I know you can get them from comics too xD But, there aren't any I want right now lol.

Love the tutorial.I like the quarter instead of the half or full mask.Looks so awesome. =3

#24 dieddead46 on 13 years ago

[QUOTE=Okami Yokai]comic backs cost .25 cents[/QUOTE]
I'm not American and dont have a comic book store within about 90 miles.

#25 featherweight on 13 years ago

if you in a spot use cearal box board not quite as nice asa comic back but it would do the job

#26 Croup on 13 years ago

First post, I actually signed up looking for exactly this for Halloween. Do you reckon you could make the base mask out of papermache and build it up from there?
Just wondering because it seems like bending it into shape is a bit awkward, not tried it yet but it just strikes me that way.

#27 Feuerrader on 13 years ago

Excellent job, featherweight, your generosity knows no bounds.

And for those who were talking about the half-mask business, just use the same method to create the lower jaw. It's smaller, so it won't be as hard.

#28 Toshi_Riku on 13 years ago

how would i make a full one

#29 djsequence on 13 years ago

Pretty cool. I made one like that except out of model magic. Will get pic posted soon.

#30 jerod0129 on 13 years ago

use poster bourd thats what i did

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