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Raptor Mask Pattern

Raptor Mask Pattern


This pattern is based on the Utah raptor, one of the largest and most dangerous raptors ever discovered. Imagine how awesome you would look wearing this mask for Halloween, cosplay or just for fun! You can customize it with your own colors and accessories to create your own unique raptor personality. This base pattern will guide you through every step of making your own raptor mask. You can also watch this video tutorial for more tips and tricks:


You are welcome to sell any finished products made with this base pattern, as long as you give credit to me and link back to this listing. Please do not sell unfinished bases or resell or distribute the pattern itself. Thank you for your support!


Recommended Materials:
EVA foam -I recommend 6mm, but you can use 3, 4, 5 or 6 mm. I would not go thinner or thicker than those. I like getting mine from The Cosplay Pros or HD foam from Blick art supplies.
Printer and 8.5” x  11” paper
Scissors – To cut the pattern after printing.
Ball point pen or Sharpie marker – To trace pattern on foam.
Cutting tool – I recommend a snap off utility blade.
Contact cement – Barge and Woodweld are good brands available at most hardware or convenience stores. I use Duall #88. Remember contact cement and rubber cement are different things.
1” elastic – Optional but can be used to add a strap to hold on your head.
Other finishing materials - (optional depending on how you want to finish it) - Plastidip, flex bond, Gap filla, Creature Cast Rubber, Plaid FX acrylic paint.

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