DIY David Miscavige Costume Part 1: Papercraft Mask 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. 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. Step 2b: All "valley folds" ( - . - . - . - ) should be folded towards you. Step 3: Now you have all of your parts with the creases added. 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. Step 5: Your assemblies will slowly consolidate as more pieces are added. Join the upper jaw and lower jaw assemblies. Step 6: Join the nose, cheek, upper jaw, and lower jaw assemblies together. Then attach the forehead assembly to those. 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.