Introduction: SKELETON GLOVES
Want some custom gloves to go with your skull mask? Make your own, they're super easy.
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Step 1: Overview
For this project, I'm making gloves to match the style of the masks pictured. For info on the masks, see my other instructable.
Step 2: Supplies:
Tailor's Chalk or Pencil/Marker
Double-sided Mounting Film or Strong Double-sided Tape
Paper in Colors of your choice
Step 3: Mark Knuckle, Finger Joints
Step 4: Prepare Your Colored Paper
I printed an array of colors onto standard printing paper. Trim a piece of mounting film to the same size.
Step 5: Peel and Stick the Film to the Back of Your Colored Paper
Step 6: Cut Your Paper Into Desired Shapes
Time saver: for the mosaic-style gloves I divided up some of the larger shapes by drawing on them with a sharpie.
Step 7: Peel Backing, and Stick in Place
Avoid placing any large pieces directly over a joint.
Step 8: In No Time, You're Finished!
Step 9: Options:
This technique may also be used for scale-like effects if you want your gloves to look reptilian (I photo-shopped an approximation) and so forth. The possibilities are many..