Introduction: Kylo Ren Mask

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If you're a Star wars fan and are awaiting to watch the new movie, then this is the perfect thing to make, your very own Kylo ren mask/helmet.

Step 1: You'll Need:

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1. Craft Foam

2. Paper

3. Reference Images/Template

4. Box Cutter/Xacto Knife

5. Masking Tape

6. Elastic

7. Velcro

8. Contact Cement (Rubber Cement)

9. Mod Podge

10. Spray Paint (silver and Black)

Step 2: Cutting Out the Basic Template

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Cut out the basic template out of card/paper and if it fits your face, go ahead! trace it onto craft foam and cut it out the same way you cut out the template.

Step 3: Cutting Out the Pattern

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Now, get on to the pattern on the mask. Cut this pattern on a different sheet of craft foam, not the one we used in the previous step. Don't stick the pattern onto the mask yet. Still have to shape the mask before adding the details.

Step 4: Making the Bottom Part of the Mask

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Cut the pieces out of craft foam as shown in the first picture. Stick the second piece onto the first one and then shape it. After you've done that, make blocks with foam and stick onto second piece. Then, stick the third piece onto the blocks.

Cut out the shapes in the last image and keep them aside, we'll get to it in a later step.

Step 5: Sealing and Painting

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Seal all the pieces with layers of mod podge and let it dry overnight. Once that is done, Color the pattern silver and the rest of the pieces black.

Step 6: Shaping the Foam and Sticking the Silver Pattern.

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Step 7: Attach the Bottom Pieces and Add Velcro and Elastic.

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Step 8: Covering the Eye Hole

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Cover the eye hole with a semi transparent/see through black cloth.

Step 9: Here Are Some Pictures.

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AndreaH109 (author)2017-12-11

It looks great! HOWEVER... Do you have a template that is a drawn outline? The pdfs of the black craft foam in real-life proportions will absolutely blow up my ink cartridges, and I wont get finished in time!


Have fun and enjoy the premiere!

Sunny Naguri (author)AndreaH1092017-12-11

Hello, I hadn't thought of it. Thank you for letting me know. If you still have time here are the outlines. Thank you. Enjoy the premiere!

Great job looks awesome!

Thank you. Means a lot!

You are very welcome!

thomasjarrett16 (author)2016-10-01

This is really cool! Looks just like an official movie prop!

Glad you think so. Thank you so much.

Fodbold2sse (author)2016-03-07


Sunny Naguri (author)Fodbold2sse2016-10-07


indywave (author)2016-02-08

I would love to see how to make a Darth Vader helmet

swagarab (author)2016-01-10

love it

Jedi_zombie85 (author)2015-12-31

very cool dude, simple and very effective

Thanks dude!

ohoilett (author)2015-12-29

The real question here is, how did you make that Lightsaber. Lol. Jk. Great 'ible.

Sunny Naguri (author)ohoilett2016-01-02

Ha-ha, thank you!

mchau2 (author)2015-12-28

fast and effective solution for premiere!

Sunny Naguri (author)mchau22015-12-28

Thank you!

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