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Ezio's Hood Resource by EuTytoAlba Ezio's Hood Resource by EuTytoAlba
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I was asked to design a hood like the one from Assassin's Creed, so I decided to make this GAME RIP! template as a study. (Even though I've already finished my design. Go me----doing the creative process way out of order... :XD:)

Maybe I'll eventually build this template myself and develop it into a game-accurate cosplay pattern... But whenever I say 'eventually', you should probably get an ominous feeling. ^^;

I promise, this template will confuse you. I'm not even sure weather the collars connect to the rest of the hood. Stuff doesn't fall apart in 3D like in reality where gravity lives....

My bro wants me to make him a whole Ezio cosplay with a working retracting blade. I'm like, "Noooooooooo, that would take me all year, dude." I've never played this series personally, but those graphics blow my mind.

I've only included the textured version (with edge-ID numbers) because the only logical thing to do with this papercraft is to cut it up and use it as a sewing pattern for cosplay, and for that a version without the texture would be rather useless since the intended seams are only shown in the texture. But if you want an untextured version, or a textured version without numbers, just comment an lemme know. *EDIT* Added an ink-efficient textured version. The template is 23 pages, after all. I'm sorry that the download is also about that many megabytes...

Also, I'm too darn poor to unlock Pepakura's .pdo export feature. Really. :saddummy:
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:iconthanatosindustries:
Hey there. :) I know this is kind of late and all, but I was wondering. How would this help with pattern-making for cloth/fabric? I mean I understand this would be fantastic if I were to make a fiberglass hood or something, but what would I do with it for fabric? Maybe it's just me, but it looks like there's a ridiculous amount of pages for something so (relatively) small... and so far no one has posted any pics of the finished piece. Do you have any suggestions?

It looks awesome, by the way, as far as the render is concerned. Fantastic shaping there. I also have noticed the amount of hoods floating around out there looking like giant caves large enough for a head 3 times the size of a normal person is just way too high; often, costumes with lots of potential to be awesome and totally badass are ruined by a terrible hood.
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:iconeutytoalba:
"Stage IV" of my [glove] tutorial here is specifically what I had in mind. :)

I'm pretty sure that the default scale of this papercraft is too large, but rescaling it down is as easy as reducing page scale in printer settings. Scaling up a PDF that starts out too small is not as easy, so I made sure to error on the larger side. That's why this papercraft has so many pages.
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:icontijlrenkema:
Ummmmm,
I can't find the download link...
Where is it?
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:iconeutytoalba:
On the right side of this page, under the "Browse More Like This" thumbnails, where it says "Download File" in bold blue text.
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:iconpanda1228:
i cant seem to find the download link for this :O! I must make one!! <3 ezio!
can you please link it to me :3 ?
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:iconpanda1228:
Oh, nvm! I found it lol silly me :3! When I do get time to make one, i'll post and share ^^
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:iconeutytoalba:
LOL :XD:
I would love to see it! :la:
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:iconpanda1228:
After my exams, I will be working on it :) hehe it's for my boyfriend, and he will be my model lol :D! I'll post pics once I finish :)
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:iconeutytoalba:
Sweet. :D

& good luck on your exams. :)
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:iconmrdoctor4891:
Hey, is it possible to add a version without numbers? Im tempted to give it a shot, but I dont want numbers all over it. :P
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