We built a speaking Majora’s Mask from The Legend of Zelda!
Published on May 16, 2022

Dremel Germany asked us to create a cool cosplay prop with their rotary tools, so we picked one of our personal favorites: The Majora’s Mask from The Legend of Zelda! A realistic looking mask was not enough for us though, so we also made it glow in the dark and speak! Watch the video below! ❤️

 

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Written by Benni

| Writer, Full-Time Costume Maker

We are self-employed artists, writers and costume makers currently living in Germany. We love to help the crafting community by creating YouTube videos, writing books and by sharing the current progress of our projects on social media. In our shop you can also find crafting patterns to help you with your own projects!

14 Comments

  1. Your hard work and dedication are truly admirable.

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  2. Thanks for sharing. I found a lot of interesting information here. A really good post, very thankful and hopeful that you will write many more posts like this one.
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  3. This article is fantastic! But now I’m wondering which would work best for the suit of armor I want to manufacture in a few of years.

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  4. I looked in all the links in the video description, but the EVA foam link was for full sheets.

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  5. Hi , I had a question on the foam thickness , would 8mm foam work the same as 10mm ?

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    • That should still work for most things. :)

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  6. I think it is a good idea, I have thought of it but not as detailed as you

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  7. This is an excellent article! However, it makes me question even more whether one will be best for the suit of armor I want to create in a few years.

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  8. really great article and information for me, please share more, i will definitely read.

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  9. I’ve looked online for so long trying to find the 5mm half round foam dowels you mentioned in the video but the most I can find is 10mm. Could you please tell me where it came from? I looked in all the links in the video description but the eva foam link was for full sheets. Thanks so much!

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    • Just check out cosplayshop.be or luminsworkshop.com :)

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  10. Hi Benni, How do you create the patterns in 3D? Could you please tell me?

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  11. Dear Benni, may I ask which 3d program you use to make the patterns?
    thanks! Annette

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    • Hey there! We use Blender and Adobe Illustrator for everything!

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