How to Make: the Mirror Shield

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Introduction: How to Make: the Mirror Shield

This is a tutorial on how to make the Mirror Shield from The Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time. It costs under 10 dollars and is very simple.

Shield Measurements: http://orangespy.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoid=144119382
Shield Design: http://orangespy.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoid=144119381

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    awesome! i think i might do this for cosplay!

    Doctor's mask plz! Looks great!

    Wheres my mind by the Pixies (8 bit remix)

    Awesome project! Hey, I'm thinking of making this out of plywood instead of cardboard. Any recommendations as to what I should use for the reflective material?

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    theres a list of things, you can use the stuff I used, an actual mirror, or Mylar, or my original idea silver paint with car wax :P

    Sweet job! can you deflect ice and fire from twinrova?XD

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    did you get the idea to make this from playing Orcarina of time or the useless remake? sorry just wanna know if there still some old schoolers out there or little kids thinking their cool with their 3DS's

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    I'm in grade 7, and I highly prefer the N64 ocarina of time, and other than the crappy graphics, it is an AMAZING game. :)

    lol, well those graphics were great back in the day so don't be dissing them

    very true, but I'm saying it from a comparison to the 3DS graphics.

    how about minish cap for gba?

    Im old school for sure, That's why its the original artwork on the shield

    knew you would say that, bet a bunch of kids are like "why does it have a moon on it?", you should do some case paint mods for old nintendo consoles and show some people whats up!