This final phase of Project Echelon Void was both the most catastrophic and most revealing. Countless terminal test subjects were wasted attempting to wear what we will refer to as “The Hammer”. The only one able to interact with this particular headpiece was a quarantined internal former Science Officer that quite literally lost his facilities when the fragments first arrived to our experimental Biotech Division. The artefacts seem to adhere to the will and spirit of the wearer and tragically, this test subject escaped with the aid of three accomplices - all of whom were leading Project EV scientists. “The Hammer” seemed to control the other three after he forced them to wear the mysterious polymorphic organic apparatuses.
The artefacts exuded a strange luminescent halo upon summation and reported sightings are cropping up all over the globe. Project EV has yielded many more questions than answers pertaining to our future – but one has nestled into me and agitates like an un-passable parasite… Were these headpieces uploaded to our world as artefacts of our undoing or our evolution? Perhaps we will never know. Perhaps we were not meant to? This is Agent 3 – last surviving participant in Project Echelon Void… signing off.
These plans enable you turn recycled card into a 3D Low Polygon Victor 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.
Just like the rest of the masks, the instructions are pretty useless. Definitely don't start with this mask, the instructions are inaccurate, the drawings are useless and it's not nearly as seamless as some of the others. This is my 14th mask I've built and it was a waste of money and time.
this was an easy and quickly built mask. the mask itself took about 1-1/2hrs to build. i used your photograph as inspiration and spray painted it black, added glow paint details similar to the photo and then added hammerhead shark eyes on the ends. everyone though the mask was very cool though most people didn't come up with hammerhead right away. definitely enjoy making these masks.
The folds are simple to put together and create a very spooky, seamless mask. The end result looks incredibly nice and is easy to see out of, when I thought it wasn't going to be.
It would be great having videos of how to build every mask
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.
Templates are FULLY COMPATIBLE WITH BOTH A4 AND US LETTER PAPER.They are supplied along with a set of instructions as a PDF that you download immediately and print on any home printer.They are supplied plain white so that you can decorate the finished mask however you like.You are buying the templates and instructions only. You will also need access to a printer, paper, card, tape, and scissors.The masks are designed to be easy to build: you don't need to be some sort of arts and crafts wizard.
Use this file to make as many masks as you like for yourself but please don’t share or steal the templates as there was a lot of work involved in creating them. If you want to use them for any other reason then please get in touch.
The files are protected by copyright and are not to be shared or distributed in any way.
The templates and completed masks are for personal use only.
The masks and templates will not be used for commercial purposes without prior consent.
Selling items made from our templates and designs is prohibited.