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Outstanding! I’m glad other people are making these. They get you SO MUCH attention if you wear one out and about. At public events, I recommend turning the el-wire off if you want to walk further than 5 meters without being asked for your photo 🙂
I use wire coat hangers to make mine, for a really rigid frame. I heat the ends with a cigarette lighter and melt mounting sockets into the helmet. This also allows for the creation of hinges. My masks have articulated jaws, with chin straps and rubber bands to pull against. This works particularly well with the T-Rex if you make roaring noises while working the jaw 😛