To make it you need
- Card board
- Silver tape (the kind that you use on air vents and the like).
- A plastic bottle, 3.5 inches in diameter
- Red and black tape, or paint it isn't used that much
- A silver jumpsuit and gloves (or if you can't find that buy some coveralls and spray paint them silver like I did)
Step 1: Helmet
Step 2: Chestpiece
Step 3: Chestpiece II
For the bottom of this piece cut out two trapezoids.
- 7 x 6 x 3 x 6 inches
- 2 x 5 x 6 x 5 inches
- 6 x 1 x 7 x 1inches
- 5 x 1 x 6 x 1 inches
- 5 x 1 x 6 x 1 inches
- 2 x 1 x 3 x 1 inches
Step 4: The Feet
Step 5: Jumpsuit and Gloves
- you could buy a silver jumpsuit and gloves online, but finding a good one would be hard, I know I tried.
- you can buy a cheap pair of coveralls and gloves and spray paint them silver. This is easier and probably cheaper but unless you buy a quality spray paint it may start to flake of the suit after a little while.
Step 6: The Gun
- the barrel
- the body
- the handle
The most important part of the barrel is the clear tube in the middle aka the plastic bottle, it should be three inches in diameter and about eight inches from top to bottom. first, cut off the bottom of the bottle so that you can insert the core later, then take a piece of cardboard four inches thick and wrap it around the top of the bottle where it begins to taper into the bottle neck and paint it black. then make a, for lack of a better term, silver ladder to form the top of the barrel. To make this put two pieces of cardboard about half an inch thick three inches away from each other and parallel to each other, then put three inch long strips of cardboard, about 1/4th of an inch thick each, and in between the two parallel strips and tape them together with silver foil tape. now wrap this around the top of the barrel and glue it down. Finally, paint of tape black stripes on the barrel and get to work on the body.
Step 7: The Gun II
Cut 2 regular hexagons out of cardboard with the length of each side being two inches, now cut six rectangles out of cardboard that are 2 by 7.5 inches and tape these to the two hexagons to make a hexagonal prism. put string along each seam of the prism and tape it down to form ridges. now cover the entire thing with the foil tape. now make a smaller hexagon, only one inch per side, and tape it to six smaller rectangles, 1 inch b 1/4 of an inch and tape them to the sides to make a smaller hexagonal prism that is open on one end. Glue this to one end of the main body, and glue a five inch long paper towel tube to the back of this and secure all of it with silver tape. Finally, cut a rectangle that is six and a half inches long out of cardboard and role it into a tube with a circumference of two and a half inches. wrap some kind of red foil (for example reflective red wrapping paper) around the tube and glue it in place, then glue the tube to the end of the body that doesn't have the narrow tube already on it. The red tube will go inside the plastic bottle to make it look like the core of the gun, so set it up so the core is in the bottle and glue/tape the barrel to the body. add black stripes on every other side of the body (the bottom and the two on either side of the top) and this part is done!
Step 8: The Gun III
This is a fairly simple step, there is a pattern for the handle beneath this, copy it onto cardboard five times over, cut them out, and lay them on top of each other and tape them together with the silver foil tape. Then, crazy glue them to the body of the gun and tape over that to give it extra support. add the four black stripes to the handle and you are done the gun.
♦ The strap
The strap was for an old computer bag that I had laying around, I attached it by wrapping a bit of silver tape around some string and taping that to the body and the handle enough times so that I was sure it wouldn't break. Then I clipped the step to the loops and it was a done deal.
That's it, you are now a Cyberman. So go, kill the doctor, conquer the universe and delete!