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「Cosplay Tutorial」 Laxus Headphones || pragmatic idealist

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Published on Jul 8, 2015

note that this is my first time making anything prop or accessory related. i have never found a tutorial for these headphones so i thought i would make them. in the future, i would change how i make them so they are more durable and polished.

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materials:
-plastic ornament
-headband
-packing tape
-glue
-paper
-cardboard
-masking tape
-black & silver spray paint
-headphones

instructions:
1) Cut off the hook of the ornament and sand it down until smooth
2) Cut out two circles the size of the ornaments from cardboard
3) Glue the ornaments onto the cardboard
4) Make a triangle out of paper and create a cone out of the paper
5) Using the packing tape, tape the seam of the cone to hold the shape in place, then tape around the entire cone to make it sturdy and durable (you can substitute the paper for a sturdier material but I was making these headphones for the first time)
6) Cut the end of the cone off to make it an even circle
7) Glue the cones to the center of the ornament
8) Poke a hole into the middle of the cardboard then glue the earphones into that hole (I cute part of the headphones off to glue inside the headphones inside the hole easier
9) Spray paint the base silver or black (I recommend doing the base silver instead of black because it will be much easier)
10) Using the masking tape, tape the middle if you painted the base black so there is a stripe around the bottom and around the cone then spray paint the edges and cone silver OR if you painted the base silver, tape the cone and bottom edge and spray paint the middle black
11) Clean up the edges if needed
12) Glue the ornaments onto the headband (I recommend using hot glue instead of E6000 because it holds better from my experience)

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