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DIY David Miscavige Costume

Discussion in 'Resources' started by captainslug, Oct 16, 2008.

  1. captainslug Member

    DIY David Miscavige Costume

    Part 1: Papercraft Mask
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    File: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=13VONFYR (6.7mb)
    Contains: Pepakura .pdo file, .doc file for printing, texture image, all of the photos in this post.
    Time required: 3-4 hours

    The pages of the .doc file are scaled to fit a Guy Gawkes mask as well as possible. Feel free to adjust the scale of the images on the pages if needed.

    IF YOU ARE PRINTING ON GLOSSY PAPER, makes sure you lighten the images a bit otherwise you will end up with a mask that looks like a heavily-tanned Miscavige. Which is fine, but you'll have to experiment in order to get the best skin tone to match the paleness of the target himself.

    Step 1: Print out the pages on card stock, then cut using very sharp scissors. Some areas may be easier to cut with an X-acto knife.
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    Step 2a: I would recommend wearing gloves for this step as to avoid smudging the printed ink.
    Use a credit card or ID card as an aid for adding creases where indicated. All "mountain folds" (- - - -) should be folded away from you.
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    Step 2b: All "valley folds" ( - . - . - . - ) should be folded towards you.
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    Step 3: Now you have all of your parts with the creases added.
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    Step 4: Using wood glue or a clear adhesive suitable for paper (I used Scotch brand Clear Glue) start assembling the parts into assemblies by gluing one tab at a time. I would recommend having separate assemblies for the forehead, nose, cheeks, upper jaw, and lower jaw.
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    Step 5: Your assemblies will slowly consolidate as more pieces are added. Join the upper jaw and lower jaw assemblies.
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    Step 6: Join the nose, cheek, upper jaw, and lower jaw assemblies together. Then attach the forehead assembly to those.
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    Step 7: Use a non-permanent tape such as aluminum tape to your guy fawkes mask (or other base).
    Step 8: ????
    Step 9: LULZ over the fact that being able to wear the mask at a protest proves that David Miscavige isn't an OT. Extra LULZ for engaging in SUPER GAY activities while wearing the mask so others can take pictures.

    That's it for Part 1. Part 2 to come soon.
  2. LRonAnon Member

    Re: DIY David Miscavige Costume

    LMAO!!!

    GJ boss!
  3. Cyanide Member

    Re: DIY David Miscavige Costume

    Wow, that looks totally real.
    Imagine a dozen of Anons wearing those while protesting in front of Gold
  4. Mouseyhair Member

    Re: DIY David Miscavige Costume

    I came.

    Then I took ten showers.
  5. webkilla Member

    Re: DIY David Miscavige Costume

    you must post photage of gaylording at a protest with this - I DEMAND GAY DM ZOMBIE ANON ACTION!
  6. JFawkeson Member

    Re: DIY David Miscavige Costume

    Good Lord, that's awesome.
  7. D... Member

    Re: DIY David Miscavige Costume

    I.

    I think I love you.
  8. xenubarb Member

    Re: DIY David Miscavige Costume

    OMFG!

    Can you imagine raiding Gold Base in that? If you're short enough, they might let you take over his office...
  9. stapleclip Member

    Re: DIY David Miscavige Costume

    Step 10: Saw off feet to obtain proper height.
  10. mrfyde Member

    Re: DIY David Miscavige Costume


    ... and walking on their knees ?


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    opps in after stapleclip
  11. captainslug Member

    Re: DIY David Miscavige Costume

    Second half of the costume is going to be a pair of kneepads which I will add the cut-up remnants of dress shoes to so I can pose for pictures at the appropriate height level.
    Then you simply need some cheap suit paints that you can hem to just above your knees.

    Expect pictures later tonight.
  12. moschops Member

    Re: DIY David Miscavige Costume

    work of art!
  13. captainslug Member

    Re: DIY David Miscavige Costume

    Next week I'll try to start working on a papercraft Hubbard mask as well.
  14. captainslug Member

    Re: DIY David Miscavige Costume

    Part 2: Knee Shoes
    Since none of us are likely to be anywhere near as short as Miscavige, we need to non-permanently reduce our standing height. The only comfortable way to do this is by kneeling. And kneeling on the sidewalk without kneepads is really painful. So here's how to make yourself a pair of knee shoes.

    Materials
    + One pair of dress shoes
    + One pair of knee pads
    + four screws and two hex nuts

    Step 1: Use a band saw, dremel, or hack saw to cut open the rear of the heel.
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    Step 2: Drill some holes next to the heel seam on both sides of the split.
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    Step 3: Test fit the shoes onto the knee pads. Mark the knee pads where the holes you drilled in the back of the heel meet the knee pad. Then drill those holes.
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    Step 4: Use the screws and hex nuts to secure the shoes to the knee pads.
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    Step 5: Use a box cutter or X-acto knife to cut a hole in the top front of the knee pad where the shoelaces meet the knee pad. Feed the shoelaces through this hole.
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    Step 6: Tie off the shoelaces.
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    Step 7: Do a little dance
    Step 8: Make a little love
    Step 9: Get down tonight
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    You can wear them over suit pants, or hem some suit pants so that they have a cuff just above your knees.
  15. Anonakitty Member

    Re: DIY David Miscavige Costume

    hhahah that mask wins
  16. Anon-007 Member

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  17. captainslug Member

    Re: DIY David Miscavige Costume

    .pdo is a papercraft file format
    And yes he is a pedo
  18. Anon-007 Member

    Re: DIY David Miscavige Costume

    Obvious problem.

    The Midget Mask has a closed mouth.

    This means that the wearer cannot suck on anything, and so renders the whole Miscavige impression an epic fail.

    To make things more realistic, consider cutting a hole in the mouth area - you'll then be able to suck on anything you like in homage to little David (e.g. you can drink through a straw, eat a frankfurter - you name it)
  19. captainslug Member

    Re: DIY David Miscavige Costume

    The mouth is one separate piece for this reason. You can leave it out at your discretion, or not glue it in place so that you have the option of taking it out and putting it back in (haha, double entendre). If you don't glue it, the inter-locking tabs do a pretty good job of keeping it in place.
  20. Anon-007 Member

    Re: DIY David Miscavige Costume

    I just thought that it was delicious irony about the image file format.

    I'm assuming that you mean that David is a pedo - as in 'someone who likes walking a lot' (after all, we wouldn't want anyone to get the wrong impression would we?)

    And Ken 'AC/DC' Moxon already has enough work on his hands......
  21. Anon-007 Member

    Re: DIY David Miscavige Costume

    We're on form tonite, aren't we?

    Who's next then? Is it the El Ron, Tom Cruise, AGP or Ken 'AC/DC' ?
  22. captainslug Member

    Re: DIY David Miscavige Costume

    Haven't decided between L Ron and Tom Cruise yet. I'll make up my mind on Monday.
  23. Anon-007 Member

    Re: DIY David Miscavige Costume

    El Ron is probably a harder mask to do, but I think it has a lot more 'fuck you' factor in the face of $cilons.

    Remember how batshit crazy the Muslims got over those Mohammed cartoons? I expect the Scilons to be equally pissed when faced with an army of El Rons.

    And you can already buy Cruise latex masks (well, they are for sale - even if no fucker buys them any more!)
  24. mrfyde Member

    Re: DIY David Miscavige Costume

    be careful with the DM costume.the CO$ might try to license it and sue you for infringement. :)
  25. captainslug Member

    Re: DIY David Miscavige Costume

    dm_015.jpg
  26. cubby Member

    Re: DIY David Miscavige Costume

    this thread has blown my mind
  27. xenudu Member

    Re: DIY David Miscavige Costume

    ZOMG this might just be the best thing I have seen EVER.
  28. PFD Member

    Re: DIY David Miscavige Costume

    hahahahaha!

    Mask and kneeshoes ftw.
  29. subgenius Member

    Re: DIY David Miscavige Costume

    And if you don't want to go through all that, just print out a pic on letter sized paper, paste to cardboard and GO
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  30. Re: DIY David Miscavige Costume

    I came. And then I died a little inside.

    AMAZING WORK!!!!
  31. Sponge Member

    Re: DIY David Miscavige Costume

    Practice the Miscavige accent too. He has that weird kind of slight lisp or rather, lishp.
    He says "Shientology".
    Bit of a bummer when you can even pronounce the name of your own cult properly. I guess Shientology couldn't help him with that.
    Don't go too far with the impersonation though, like smoking 4 packs of Camels, drinking a quart of Malt Whisky and randomly punching people in the face (or in the cock, from that height)
  32. captainslug Member

    Re: DIY David Miscavige Costume

    COMING SOON
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    Gives the wearer +15 couch-jumping
  33. avbb Member

    Re: DIY David Miscavige Costume

    This is just fucking awesome! I have't laughed this hard in ages.


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  34. martinpoulter Member

    Re: DIY David Miscavige Costume

    This thread is nourished by rich oxygenated lulz and goodness - Anonymous at its best.
  35. xenuluvsu Member

    Re: DIY David Miscavige Costume

    i just shat myself a little
  36. Anonylemmi Member

    Re: DIY David Miscavige Costume

    Do I have to have a foot or two of hight surgically removed from my legs?
    Do I have to have a couple dozen IQ points removed through chemicals and electro-shock by our pharma and psych masters?
  37. captainslug Member

    Re: DIY David Miscavige Costume

    Only if you want COMPLETE authenticity. I'm not sure anyone other than Tom Cruise is that dedicated of a reenactor.
  38. captainslug Member

    Re: DIY David Miscavige Costume

    Tom cruise mask is done. Made sure to give him a nice hair cut once he was done so he [strike]can be the prettiest belle at the ball[/strike] looks more realistic.
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    Now I just have to increase the authenticity by painting the inside with rainbows clouds and .

    Here's the .doc .pdo, and texture image in one zip file.
    Send big files the easy way. Files too large for email attachments? No problem!
  39. AnonyMama Member

    Re: DIY David Miscavige Costume

    These are awesome! LOL unicorns
  40. Anon_1HG Member

    Re: DIY David Miscavige Costume

    OMFG EPIC!

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