Step 1: Materials Needed
pliers (if the cardboard you're using has staples in it)
glue (any kind works)
spray paint ( different shades of green and possibbely black.)
a 2'1'' X 2' 11'' piece of card board (this will be layer 1)
Two 1' x 2'4'' pieces of cardboard these will be the thickest pieces of cardboard you should use.(mine were about .7'' thick) I am going to call these layer two.
A 1' 9.75'' X 2' 8'' piece of cardboard.(layer 3)
the exact measurements don't really matter as long as 3 is smaller than 1 by a few inches and 2 is smaller than those (When I say 2 I mean both pieces together.)
Before you start use your pliers to take out any staples in the cardboard
Step 2: Layer 1
Put some glue on the bend where the wrinkles in the cardboard are.
Prop up the sides with something to keep the angle. If you need to, then weigh down the center of the cardboard.
Let the glue dry.
Step 3: Layer 2
Step 4: Layer 3
Step 5: The Best Material Ever!
Step 6: Camo Time (1)
Step 7: Camo Time (2)
Step 8: Camo Time (3)
spray the 2nd darkest color on. the leaves will stop it from painting parts of the cardboard. If you want you can let it dry with the leaves on and they'll stick for a while. I think it looks kind of cool that way, but in the end the leaves will fall off.
Step 9: The Final Camo
now take your darkest color (mine was black) and spray it very lightly on the shield or any part of the shield. I just did the bottom half. This is what mine looked like. now you're done.