Low-poly mask, a papercraft mask for Halloween


23 Responses to “Low-poly mask, a papercraft mask for Halloween”

  1. Michael A says:

    Reminds me of the boss from SNES starfox o_O

  2. Brainspore says:

    Money for nothing AND chicks for free, you say?

  3. Sagodjur says:

    This could be used for a Bizarro Superman costume.

  4. Crashproof says:

    Handsome Jack, maybe?   http://www.botman2.com/images/Mask2.JPG

  5. Greg says:

    did anyone let Cillian Murphy know he’s just been replaced?

  6. Editz says:

    Halfway to a Transformers mask.

  7. Bitgod says:

    This should be the new Anonymous mask.

  8. kongorilla says:

    Lesson learned: Never eat my morning cereal while reading boingboing. I nearly choked on my raisin bran when I saw myself. Thanks for the post, Xeni.

  9. Boundegar says:

    Max Headroom!

  10. I’ve made one up – looks a bit Mr. A to me.

  11. Little Mouse says:

    Paint it silver and cover yourself in tinfoil and you could be Box from Logan’s Run. Creepiest robotic “helper” ever.

    • bibulb says:

      I like that when I went to double-check the quote, I type “protein from the sea”, and Google autocomplete offers “Fish Plankton and Protein from the Sea”.

  12. Jaan says:

    I think I’m going to make one out of leather…

  13. kongorilla says:

    @Jaan – If you do, I’d love to see photos.

  14. DJ Tilley says:

    I’m going to fill the flat bits with Hubble photos and go as “Mr. Universe”.

    Dunno what I’ll wear with it, though…

  15. HiTek LoLife says:

    Boing Boom Tschak! Might we call it a paperKRAFT mask?

  16. thekingofkings says:

    damn all this is creepy, it reminds me of Vanilla Sky….

  17. RCDavis says:

    I printed and cut one out, but I can’t for the life of me make the lower half of the eye sockets attach properly – itt looks like the top of the cheek piece is at the wrong angle, yet it must be something I am still doing wrong…

    try again….

    • kongorilla says:

      Yes, that’s perhaps the toughest part. It requires a bit of a twist. That’s why I wrote on the page to attach the little tab first, otherwise it’s very hard to make that connection. I’m sorry if the fun turns to frustration there.

      It was quite a relief to start receiving pictures of finished masks from people. I was getting worried.

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