My teenage grandson is super into FNAF. He saw a video of someone making a Foxy mask for cosplay and asked if we could make it together. I’ve included the video below to give credit where it is due.
Obviously, my grandson has a lot more confidence in my abilities than I do but I gave it a shot.
I am not a teacher and am a wee bit of a control freak so I had a hard time delegating tasks for him to do. As you can see by video, most of the skills are pretty advanced and/or a one-shot deal to get it right. He ended up doing a lot of tge duct taping.
Nothing was as easy as the video made it look. I had to enlist my handy mate, Max, for a few of the tasks like cutting out the eyes, which had to be done with a drill and saw. He also drilled holes and connected the bottom jaw.
The hardest part was covering the entire mask with fleece. There should have been a pattern instead of just trying to cover it willy-nilly. There was so much extra fabric that I had to tuck under and cut off that it was frustrating and was not as pretty and smooth as I wanted it to be. And the fumes from the rubber cement made me dizzy. I had all the doors and windows open.
The nose was made from a deodorant lid that Max cut down so it wasn’t so tall. The video used a plastic jelly bean, but who has a large plastic jelly bean hanging around?
It was probably one of the most difficult projects I have done, but my grandson loves how it turned out.
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This looks amazing and your grandson is incredibly talented! 🤟🔥🐻