I've always loved the B-movie classic "Robot Monster".  Not only was the acting sub-par, but the titular monster was just a guy in a cheap gorilla suit wearing a space helmet.  Since I already had a cheap gorilla suit, I figured I'd make a helmet to go with it.

Step 1: Step 1-Get a Globe

I got mine at a local thrift shop for $5.  I thought it would be made of plastic, but, lo and behold, it was made of cardboard.
<p>I love this! I went researching when it came time to make a version for a baby. I loved how you did this (although it wouldn't work for my application). Anyway, I thought I'd drop you a line as I gave your Instructable a shout-out in my blog post:<br><br><a href="http://kelly.hogaboom.org/?p=17389" rel="nofollow">http://kelly.hogaboom.org/?p=17389</a><br><br>Great Instructable!</p>
Wow. It has that charming, B movie feel.
born 1969. Know it. Love it. Cool job and choice.When Tim Burton uses it for a remake, everybody in your hood will remember you doing it first, no fear!
Fantastic job on the costume! I'm making the same thing but am using a plastic globe instead. Do you know the diameter of the globe that you used?
Looks to be about twelve inches.
Did it sit on top of the gorilla suit without any problem or did you have to attach it to it or to you head in some way? <br>AWESOME job! I've always loved that suit. So perfectly cheesey.
It fit comfortably on my shoulders while wearing the gorilla suit. I made sure to cut the U-shapes on the sides of the buckets pretty large.
Brilliant work.

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