Introduction: (NO SEW!) Freddy Fazbear Costume
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Inspirations for costume:
Step 1: Materials Needed
The materials I used included:
black, blue, and white acrylic paint
stiff black felt (for the hat)
a prop microphone
Mesh (for the eyes)
a voice changer
blue LEDs, wire, a battery, and a light switch
Step 2: Make the Mask
For the mask, I used a tutorial by Iron Horse Cinema on youtube. I don't take credit for the idea at all.
Here is the link to how to make the mask: https://youtu.be/01qrnCRjihE
Step 3: Make the Shoes
To make the shoes, I cut strips of sponges and duct taped them to an old pair of shoes. Once you form it into the shape of the feet, you can spread a layer of fabric glue on the tape and cover the whole shoe in felt. If your feet are too large, you can paint the back of the shoes black to make them look smaller.
Step 4: Make the Hands
For the hands, find a pair of gloves. Black gloves would work best, but I only had white ones that I painted black.
I taped cardboard rectangles on the segments of each finger, then glued strips of felt over each finger. Lastly, I glued felt on the front and back of each hand, and stained it slightly to give it a withered look.
Step 5: Make the Legs
Each piece for the legs are made of cardboard pieces covered in felt. In the last picture, you can see all of the shapes you need to cut out. They can be attached to black pants with velcro or straps.
Step 6: Make the Torso and Arms
The torso and arms are made the same way as the legs. In the picture, you can see what shapes to cut out.
Step 7: OPTIONAL
You can make or buy a prop microphone to go with the costume. I made this with a toilet paper tube glued to a bouncy ball, then I painted it black and covered it with duct tape. I later 3D printed a microphone, and painted the top silver (Last picture) and this looked much better. The model is one half of the microphone, so just print it twice. This was done to allow you to print it without support material.
I also added blue LEDs to the eyes. It wasn't necessary, but it made it look really creepy.