I recommend using 5mm low or high density EVA foam as well as contact cement to create these pieces. Other materials (like Worbla) work as well of course!
You can find more instructions on how to make costume pieces and props in my tutorial books or on my YouTube channel.
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I love these patterns! I’m going to try to adapt the ram skull as part of a helmet.
One question, in addition to the marks to line up the pieces, there are a few triangular marks along the edges of some pieces. What’s the purpose of those?
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Thanks for your feedback! <3 These are just to indicate where two of the other opposing pieces meet. :)
Elizabeth Dusser –
These patterns are great. I stupidly printed the dragon skull way too small which was my fault but I’ve been improvising to make it bigger.
Stephanie Otte –
Good range of patterns, but I found it very difficult to work out which way to cut the 45 degree (for at least the Wolf skull). I thought I got it right, but then some of them turned out to be the wrong way so had to scrap it about halfway through gluing. I’m in the process of drawing and cutting the second attempt. A more different line to show the undercut compared to the outer cut (currently one is a regular dashed line, the other is slightly smaller dashes) and explicity stating which is which (which the current pattern doesn’t do) would be a big help.
Hey there! Thanks for your feedback! The patterns clearly show different lines plus either an arrow outside or inside of the shape or a mark of +45° or -45°. I do understand if the smaller pieces can be a bit complicated however. It’s a challenging project! :) We constantly try to improve the patterns and hopefully it will be even better understandable in the future!