The youtuber Vic And-Tony DIY & Props shows how with homemade materials you can recreate the helmet of the protagonist of The Mandalorian
At this point no one denies that The Mandalorian it was a breath of fresh air for Star Wars. After a polarized reception with his latest films, Lucasfilm fully committed to the first live action series in the galactic universe. The results could not be better, the program starring Pedro Pascal and more actors quickly became a mass phenomenon, making the series part of popular culture.
The story of Your Djarin and his son also served to introduce the public to some characters, the Mandalorians. Although thanks to the expanded universe of Star Wars the story of the mandalorians had been told, it was not until the arrival of this series that the less fan public discovered this group. The phenomenon that the series produced made the world of cosplay begin to see more costumes inspired by these warriors.
The cosplay and Star Wars They have always been closely linked, but as many of you know, making a spectacular design can require a lot of time or money (or both). That is why we want to share with you a little discovery for those who are interested in cosplay, or crafts, a Mandalorian case that can be made with cardboard.
The genius behind this is Vic And-Tony DIY & Props, a youtuber who has many videos dedicated to geek culture. In one of his videos, he shows how a Mandalorian helmet can be made with materials as simple as cardboard and glue. The wonderful thing about this content creator is that apart from uploading the video where he explains the entire process, he leaves a link in the description where you can access a series of templates for different pieces to correctly cut the cardboard.
As you can see in the video, the result is impressive, hardly anyone would say that it is made of cardboard seeing the great finish of the helmet. Of course, as it says in the video, the process may not require a large financial outlay, but it did require a lot of time, especially if you want to have incredible results. If you watch his channel YoutubeSurely you will find something that catches your attention, because it has many similar videos, but making crafts on objects from Marvel, anime or video games.
If you are interested in the cosplays of Star Warshere we leave you the work of Gacrie Clarkson characterized as Darth Revanor this where the Princess Leia y “Command”. And if you want to see some Mandalorian armor inspired by Mesoamerican clothing, here is the link.