How to Make a Phantom of Opera Mask
If you are thinking about going to a party dressed as the Phantom of the Opera, or you have to remain in a play as this character, there are a couple of methods of making your own Phantom of the Opera mask. This task can be conveniently achieved in regarding Thirty Minutes as well as the outcomes will certainly be wonderful.
To start with, you will certainly need to acquire a complete face mask in white. Aim to obtain one that is material or rubber preferably to offer it a much more sensible effect. You will certainly after that have to obtain scissors, some string flexible and also a stapler or covering up tape. You also require a pencil.
Take the pencil the draw a line down the center on the front of it. This does not have to be a straight line. Actually you could make use of Phantom photos from old plays or films to see the proper form. Replicate this form then examine it out on your face prior to you cut it. See to it that you can see correctly out of the one eye which half your mouth as well as nose are covered. Then undo or cut the elastic that goes around your directly the side you are mosting likely to cut off.
After that you can take your scissors and cut the mask where you have actually attracted. See to it that if you are cutting a plastic mask, that you use an extremely sharp knife and also do it very carefully to make sure that you do not bend or crack the mask. Currently, once you have done this, you will see that the flexible that goes around your head, does not quite function any longer.
Some fast means to resolve this are to reconnect the one side to your mask on the front leading section, although you will certainly see this. Or else you have to make a new elastic that goes from the top as far in as feasible to the bottom, to ensure that the flexible could hook behind your ear.
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