DIY Reaper Mask From the Overwatch Game



Introduction: DIY Reaper Mask From the Overwatch Game

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It's been said that it is “good to be bad”, if you agree with this then the Reaper is your kind of character. He is one of the most deadly and scary characters from the game Overwatch. His ghost-like abilities allow him to turn into a shadow, teleport and he can restore his health by simply killing others. So if you are a fan of the Reaper, the Overwatch game, or just like how the mask looks - try to make it by yourself through 3D printing. Just use Treatstock's 3D printing network! Hope it will be useful for cosplay at Blizzcon 2016.

All you need is -

3D printed Reaper mask




Step 1: 3D Print the Reaper Model

You can print the model yourself if you own a 3D printer, if not use Treatstock to find a printing service to make it for you. Go to and create an account, it's quite simple and fast.

Step 2: Choosing Color and Material

On the right side of the page, you will see different color and materials options. Choose any color or material that is available. Then choose your print service by selecting the yellow "Print Here" tab and enter some details.

Step 3: Sanding and Gluing Your Mask

After you receive your mask in the mail, it will be time to do a little work. You will want to sand it nice and smooth, this will allow the paint to go on more smoothly. Or you can just leave it as is, your choice.

The mask will come in two pieces, sand the edges that will glue together so the glue takes better to the mask.

Step 4: Enjoy Your New 3D Printed Reaper Mask!


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