Juno - The Hunter

6 reviews

This was the first headpiece to be assembled from the mysterious fragments found at Undersea Salvage Site B. Though origins are still not known at this time, test subjects in our Wintercroft Biotech Lab have reported visions and sensations of both extreme claustrophobia – similar to being submerged into a deep liquid chasm - and vertigo – they described feeling over exposed in front of a terrible unfamiliar vastness.

Strangely, female subjects felt empowered by the mask. Those who have dared don the headpiece also has reported strange urges to stalk, hunt and capture others – hence quarantine status has been mandatory for all agents involved in Project Echelon Void.

These plans enable you turn recycled card into a 3D Low Polygon Juno Mask. Just print the templates on paper, stick them to card, cut them out, match the numbers and join the parts together. The Mask is scaled to fit an adult but you can make children's masks by scaling down the templates when you print, check our FAQ page for details. The templates come with instructions for an internal head band that can be adjusted by moving the fixing points to get a snug fit. 

  • Supplied as an instant access PDF that you can download and print on any home printer
  • Choose to build with tape or gluing tabs
  • Robust polygon construction to survive the wildest of parties
  • Ideal for festivals, parties and even weddings!
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    Claire L.

    Very nice and faster than I expected

    Great mask! It looks really awesome when built. Also the building took faster than I expected so that was a nice surprise :-) My son got a LOT of compliments at school by kids and adults alike. Also I used pritt glue as suggested and was very impressed at how well it worked. Love these masks and will definitely continue to use them in the future

    • Are you experienced in creative craft? Yes
    • Build duration 2-4 hours
    • How did people react to your new head? Fell to your feet in awe of your crafty wizardry


    Hi Claire - Great to hear that the build went well. Thank you for reviewing your experience. Let us know if we can help any time and have fun on future builds. All the best, Fletch

    Claudio C.


    Me encantó desde fabricarla a usarla, no puedo esperar a comprar pintura para dejarla mejor aún, pero realmente la recomiendo, es muy entretenido el proceso de armado, aunque necesita tiempo. Además, el plano es muy sencillo, solo necesita tiempo, es difícil perderse

    • How did people react to your new head? Intrigued,Amazed,Wow! How did you make this?
    • Build duration 4+ hours
    • Are you experienced in creative craft? No
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    Hi Claudio. Thank you for building our Masks. Your Juno looks amazing and we appreciate you sharing your experience with us. Let us know if we can help anytime and have fun with future builds. - Fletch

    Kenneth B.

    Juno the Hunter

    mask looked awesome - my 8-year old loved it.

    • How did people react to your new head? Amazed
    • Build duration 2-4 hours
    • Are you experienced in creative craft? Yes
    Ricardo P.

    I just love it

    I love this mask..., I need to say something, when I saw the echelon void collection, this was my less favorite because I can't appreciate it well in a photo, sorry if my english is not so good, it is not my native language and im still learning, but the mask looks SO MUCH BETTER once you make it that the photo you have. If u allow me to give you and advice, please take more photos of this incredible mask!

    • How did people react to your new head? Wow! How did you make this?
    • Build duration 2-4 hours
    • Are you experienced in creative craft? No
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    Joseph M.

    A bit less than I was expecting

    I associate Wintercroft masks with a deterministic builds and clear instructions. Every single Wintercroft mask I've made till Juno made it clear which tabs went where and which way they were supposed to bend. With the Juno mask, there were grayed tabs with no fold indicators. (And maybe I missed that in the written instructions but given how many of WIntercroft masks I've put together, I tend to skip those.) I tended to make them valley folds to make it cleaner to assemble but sometimes they were mountain folds. I don't mind that these intersections aren't supposed to be hard line folds, but something in the instructions to indicate that would be nice. The other thing that bugged me was the seemingly haphazard way that "Head1", "Head2" and "Face" were put together. Instead of the regular tabs indicating "glue this to this", there were lines and approximate patches to glue things together. I got the whole thing together okay (I think) but having to work out which crease in Head1 matched with Face was annoying. Overall, it's a cool looking mask that breaks some of the design and construction language that I've seen in all the other Wintercroft masks I've made. Not fatal breaks, I got the thing assembled just not as smooth a process as usual. This is for version 3 of Juno.



    Hi Green, Thanks for building our Masks and for the detailed feedback. We are sorry to hear that this particular design caused some head scratching.The problem you had sounds to me like a missing lines issue that is caused by opening the PDF from a browser rather than the latest version of Adobe Reader (available free from their website) if you save the template to a hard drive and open it using the Reader App, it should solve the missing lines problem. It is also worth taking into consideration that Juno is perhaps the most advanced technical design to build in our whole range, however, once Head 1, Head 2 and Face were built, it should have been much more straightforward to complete the final assemblage. This leads me to suspect the missing lines culprit as well... In any case thank you for your review and keep an eye on your inbox for a follow up message. If you ever need anything, we'll be happy to help at any stage of the process. All the best, Fletch