This is a really easy and quick project to do. Although the mask does not move, it's still pretty neat.
BTW: This is my first Instructable, so please be easy if I made any mistakes. If you have any comments, suggestions, or pictures of YOUR mask, please, I beg of you to leave a comment!
Step 1: Materials
A black sharpie,
Black stocking (that can fit over your head)
*White sleeve(or white tights sleeve that can fit over your head)
Safety Pin or sewing kit
*= I'm not sure if any of you have ever gotten a cast, but they put this sleeve over your leg before they do anything else. But anyways, I screwed up my knee earlier this week, they decided to put me in a cast to be on the safe side, and when they put that sleeve over my leg I realized it was stretchy enough to fit over my head. I asked for some extra, so the nurse gave me a load of extra sleeve(like 20 feet). I highly recommend this material, because it allows for great visibility, and it is very breathable, and it's lightweight. I could go on and on, but I wont. haha
I am pretty sure that you can get the material from a medical supply(or surplus) store for really cheap. So I don't think you have to worry about having to break your leg to get some.
**I have included some of the Rorschach templates that I have made in Illustrator. Some are based off of other Rorschach images. You can use these and print them out, just remember that under "Page Scaling" when you print this out, click "None". I have made the PDFs to be printed on 8.5x11 inch paper.
Step 2: Tracing the Rorschach Image
Now trace the image onto the white sleeve with the sharpie. Start by tracing the outline through the sleeve. Then after you have the outline done, continue drawing in the rest. Make sure you go over the fabric with the sharpie to not leave any white threads within the outline.
Tip: You might want to air out the sleeve for a while, until the Sharpie ink and all the fumes dry. It never bothered me, but who knows about you.
Step 3: Try the Mask on and Trim
Now slide on the white Rorschach mask. Make sure that everything is centered on your face the best you can.
Now take the excess and cut it off a little bit above your head. Don't try and cut too close to your head, because you might cut too close, making the mask too short. It's just better safe than sorry in my books!
Step 4: Sew or Secure
Turn the sleeve inside out and sew or secure the top of the sleeve.
Turn the sleeve outside in, and you now have your Rorschach Mask!
Step 5: Fin!
I don't know about you, but I am going to comic con with it once I get the rest of my costume all done!
If you have any comments, suggestions, or pictures of YOUR mask, please, I beg of you to leave a comment!