Google+ Tektonten Papercraft: Marvel Papercraft - Spider-Man Mask

April 29, 2009

Marvel Papercraft - Spider-Man Mask

I got to looking at the Kaonashi Mask papercraft I did back in January and it occurred to me that the shape of the mask was pretty close to the shape of Spider-Man's mask. As an experiment, I re-colored the Kaonashi template. I was pleased with the result, so I thought I would post it for download. While the mask is full sized and can be worn (you are on your own in figuring out where to cut the eye holes!), I suspect that most people who build this will use it as more of a decorative object. With that in mind, I added to the template an optional cover to enclose the back and to provide extra support to help the mask keep its shape. I have also included two PDF templates in the download, one for a full size mask and one for a miniature mask. Look for more Marvel masks in the future! The template info for the Spider-Man mask is as follows:

Template Info
Scales: 1:1 & 1:2 (approximately)
Finished Sizes:
Full Size - 6"(15.2 cm) x 9.75"(24.8 cm) x 1.5"(3.8 cm)
Half Size - 3"(7.6 cm) x 4.9"(12.4 cm) x 0.75"(1.9 cm)
Number of sheets: 3 or 2 depending on size
Number of parts: 14
Difficulty: 3/5
Download: Here

Other comic book character masks:
Human Torch
Carnage
Deadpool
Silver Surfer

9 comments:

  1. have the download links expired. I would love to make these for my sons room.

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  2. The download links should still be valid. I looked into the problem and it appears that the whole file sharing website I use is temporarily down. All I can say is try again later and hopefully it will be working next time. Thanks for pointing out the problem.

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  3. hi, love this! Trying to finish it for my son in time for a Hallowe'en/birthday party this weekend ... I am wondering if you find it better to work from the centre out or from the outside in when gluing?

    thanks very much!

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  4. I personally have found it works better to start in the center and work your way out. Take your time when when building, it can be a little tricky because of the curves!

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  5. Wow... AWESOME...!!! MARVELous..!!!

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  6. good old spidey (Y)

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  7. how old is this website?

    How long does it take to download?

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    1. This website was started in 2008. I suppose the time it takes to download depends on the speed of your Internet connection.

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