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Majora's Mask

by ferreusveritas Mar 16, 2014
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You did an amazing job creating this mask! I printed it out and airbrushed most of it. Thanks so much!

Great job! My son is a Zelda fan. I just had to make him one. I don't know who is going to paint it, though!

Hey, Do you have to original 3d files still and care to share them? Eventually I want to print another one of these but would want to make a few changes.

The horns on the top currently bend concave (looking straight on). But in the original artwork they are drawn convex (bending backwards... they kind of come forward then go back).

The holes and slots down the middle of the mask are sunken in on the official render, but it doesnt go all the way through to make a hole. So I would want to close those up.

Id also like to make some furnishings to make it easier to strap it to your face and to hang it on a wall.

And from my previous comment I would be good to add some marks in the model to help with painting the lines.

I can make these edits using the STL files... but if you were willing to share the original source it would be easier.

The STL model is pretty much all there is. That's how I designed it, in wireframe. You should be able to easily isolate the horn and bend it in any respectable 3d modelling software.

Yes bending the horn is relatively easy. Dealing with the holes is a little more annoying because of the extra geometry that gets added in when converted to STL format.

Why did you put 6 horns separately and not add them to the mask?

So it would fit on a makerbot replicator 2. There's an included model that has the horns on it though.

I’ve printed them on my Prusa i3 MK3. It’s good. I used super glue to stick them together. It would of been easier to add slots and supports to slot in the slots to join the mask together

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Any tips for printing the horns? Are they best laid flat as they are in the picture or is there a better way of doing it? Thanks!

any tips for painting the lines and keeping them symmetrical... it would be nice if there were marks built into the model to make it easier to paint. I printed this off two years ago, glued it, sanded it, primed it, put down base layers of paint... and never finished in just because of the daunting task of painting those lines correctly

True. That's a good point. I'll fix that when I get a chance. As for the model you've already printed you could trace it with a custom made stencil for symmetry.

How much do you sell one of these?

I have the design on shapeways.

did you use the support material for printing the mask?

Can you make an inventor file for this?
Or at least make the mask a bit thicker because i printed this at 90% its size and it is cracking

This is a beautiful recreation, you did a great job :D

What are the total dimensions of the mask? Overall Length and height

137mm wide(horn to horn)
123mm high(horn to horn)
Of course.. It can be scaled to whatever size you want.

For printing I had to slice the model in half to create a left and right side. Then I printed the two halves with the divided edge on the build plate with some helper disks.. Superglue the two halves together. I imagine you could make the mask life sized if you print the horns separately and glued them on as well.