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Make Majora's Mask from Legend of Zelda

 

This is a tutorial on how to make Majora's Mask from Legend of Zelda. It is a fun and easy project and I give you the template which makes it very easy for you to make. And I show you the color scheme and how to paint it.

The template is right here

I also have a video tutorial for this project at the bottom of the page.

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Majoras Mask

 

 

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Materials Used for this project:

  • 1 Empty Cereal Box
  • Newspaper scraps or paper towels (use quality paper towels that don't fall apart easily like Bounty or Brawny
  • Paper Mache Recipe: 2 cups flour, 2 cups water, 1 tablespoon salt
  • Variety of acrylic paints and brushes
  • Masking Tape
  • Some string, twine or shoelace for the strap to put the mask on
  • Some kind of sealant to seal in the colors when the mask is done (optional)

 

Let's Get Started

Open a cereal box

Open up a cereal box and cut out the side panel. I have marked off the side panel with black lines in this photo. Cut both those lines.

 

Print up the template

Print up the template. There is the cover page and two other pages. The template is right here for you to download

 

Cut out the shape

Take the page with the mask base, looks like this. And cut out that shape.

 

Trace template onto cardboard

Place that template on one of your sheets of cereal box cardboard and trace it.

 

Flip over template

Then flip the template over onto the other cereal box sheet and trace it onto that one.

 

 

cut out cardboard pieces

And go ahead and cut out those mask halves.

 

 

Tape halves together

Tape those two halves together. Make it nice and strong. Tape both this side and the underside.

 

Reinforce points

Go ahead and tape all the points around the mask too for strength. Shown here is the base of the point taped but go ahead and tape the whole point right over.

 

NextYou can watch the video tutorial below or you can continue on to the next page of the tutorial

 

Watch the Video Here:



 

Majoras Mask game

The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask 3D

 

 


 

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