To make a mask, the simple set of materials and tools which everyone has is necessary. And of course, desire and a couple of free hours are a must.
Templates are intended for printing in a full size on the A4 format (210mm x 297mm). Use paper with a density of 160-190 g/m2. Please, check printing settings to be convinced that templates will be printed in the necessary size.
In our case, we’ve printed templates on A3-format sheets, having placed two A4 template pages on each.
3.1 After templates are printed, accurately cut out all elements along continuous lines (only continuous, not dotted).
3.2 Crease edges are marked with dashed lines and dash-dotted lines with points — all of them need to be creased. To make crease process easier, put a ruler along dotted lines and with small pressing carry out edge of a spoon on the line.
Dashed lines need to be creased inside, and dash-dotted lines — outside.
3.3 Combine and stick together the elements with identical figures.
Let the stuck together elements dry a little (1-2 minutes will be enough).
After you stick together all elements, you will get the following:
4. Fastening for the head is left. To make it as easy as shelling pears: