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How to Make Your Own Deathstroke Cardboard Mask

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How to Make Your Own Deathstroke Cardboard Mask

Even if you’re not a mercenary with superhuman reflexes determined to bring down the Teen Titan or, say, Batman, you still may wanted to make your own Deathstroke mask. After all, Halloween isn’t that far away.

At Instructables, JPC provides a step-by-step guide to creating Slade Wilson’s signature orange-and-black (or blue) mask — not out of metal or some DC Universe super-material, but rather from cardboard and papier-mâché.

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Although the accompanying videos are in Portuguese, the accompanying six-step guide is straightforward (and in English), and JPC is thorough with his visuals. There’s also a handy PDF available for download.

After printing some templates, you’ll need to make the necessary cutouts from cardboard. Following that, they will have to fit the pieces together with hot glue, then coat the cardboard with papier-mâché and smooth it out. For the finishing touch, you need only to paint the mask.

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Introduced in 1980 as a Teen Titans foe, Deathstroke has risen dramatically in prominence in recent years, becoming a major supervillain in the DC Universe, and making appearances in both animated and live-action television series and in video games. He’ll enjoy his greatest exposure to date as the primary antagonist in the Ben Affleck-directed Batman film.

Those DIYers itching for a bigger challenge can find them in JPC’s tutorial’s for making a Flash mask, and an “Assassin’s Creed”-style hidden wrist blade.

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