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Make Corvo's Mask - continued



Welcome to part 2 of the Corvo's Mask tutorial. In this part we finish off the mask.

If you like Dishonored projects we also have a tutorial on how to make Corvo's Blade


Cutting an egg carton for the mask gearTo add the gear in the upper part of the mask cut out one of the bottom pieces from an egg carton and glue it near the top left edge.






For the lenses I used a cereal box, but you can use anything you like. Cut out strips that are thing enough to fit in between the eye holes you made. Round them off and take them. For the eye with 3 lenses simply cut out three strips of different sizes and tape them accordingly.





Corvo's Mask painting

Now, time to paint the mask. I used a silver grey for the mask with black and gold for the individual details. If you do not have a grey remember you can always make some by mixing black and white paints. After, I painted my silver base I used bits of black and bled them with a wet paper towel to get that old metal look. Lastly, use the gold for the gear on the head and the lenses in the eye.



Corvo's Mask mod podge layerAt this point I added a bit of mod podge in order to put a finish on the paint and solidify the mask further. Although, the mod podge is a good way to finish off the mask this is an optional step.





Cloth lining of maskCut out a piece of cloth that is bigger than the mask and line the mask with it using some glue. After the glue dries and you have your cloth solid against the inside, Cut off any excess. Remember to leave a few inches of cloth hanging past the chin as it appears on the original.





Adding the mask strapAs a final step if you wish to wear your mask install a strap in the back. I use an waistband from an old pair of underwear and bound it to the mask using wire, however you can do whatever you want for the strap.






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Make Corvo's Blade from Dishonored

This a fun little project that is very easy to do. I give you the template to download and print up. Then you need just one sheet of foamboard or cardboard. Make Corvos Blade