These masks are designed to be easily built by anyone, using local materials, removing the need for mass manufacturing or shipping and with the minimum environmental impact.
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Loved this model, assembled with ease and looks amazing, thanks!
I just thought it wasn't so clear when I built the mask that I didn't have to glue the parts where the horns were going to be. That's all. Great experience!
Thank you for the feedback and sorry for any confusion. We're always here to help if you need us and we hope you enjoy future builds. All the best, Fletch
Wasn’t too much of a difficulty in making it, just need patience and with enough patience, you will get the perfect skull! Had an amazing time wearing around in Kyoto with a cigar!
Hi Josh, Fletch from Wintercroft here. Skulls, cigars, Tokyo, awesome! Thank you for sharing your experience. Let us know if we can help anytime and have fun on future builds. - F
It was a fairly laborious process - even finding the right card to make it from - but the results were totally worth it. I started off using the glue stick, as recommended, but found that Krazy Glue was faster to dry, and bonded stronger. Otherwise, all the instructions were spot on. I also taped all the seams/tabs on the inside of the mask, just to try and give it a little more strength. Wore this for Halloween, and no shortage of questions and admiration for it. Was a bit worried it'd be damaged, but held up - even after getting all sweaty cycling with it on.
I went to an All Souls Eve party on Halloween and this mask was perfect. After building the mask I coated the paper with a few layers of epoxy reason to give it strength and then panted it.
Horned Halloweens are the best way to go! Thank you for sharing this lovely snap. Let us know if we can help anytime and have fun on future builds. - Fletch