Deviation Actions

Hyokenseisou-Cosplay's avatar

Wiz Head Tutorial

172 Favourites
Wewt, done. Here you go, enjoy!

Can I also just say....the whole time I was working on this...I was watching the Mummy...every time...for 45 45/2.5 is about 20 something times...I've watched this movie so many times I pretty much have it memorized line for line...O.o...Why, I do not know...But it's such a good additicing movie!
Image details
Image size
1000x3427px 1.43 MB
© 2007 - 2021 Hyokenseisou-Cosplay
anonymous's avatar
Join the community to add your comment. Already a deviant? Log In
road-tripping's avatar
How much fur and chicken wire did you use?
Hyokenseisou-Cosplay's avatar
I'm sorry I don't know, I didn't keep track when I was making it. Maybe about 4-5 yards total for the whole costume (body, head, ears, tail, etc). Wire maybe 2-3 yards? if that?
jetterwetter's avatar
This is so amazing! I was wondering... You said you put stuffing around the chicken wire. What do you mean by stuffing? Sorry if this seems like a dumb question >.< I'm trying to dress up as Tamama from Sgt. Frog and I'm trying to figure out how I could make his head...
Hyokenseisou-Cosplay's avatar
Pillow stuffing sheets. You can also use upholstery foam like what I used for my Stitch. You can view progress pictures of that on my fb page:
jetterwetter's avatar
Okay thank you! :D
tinaxbomb's avatar
question... have you tried using the chicken wire tactic with paper mache? i'm going to be making two of these heads, and covering it in paper mache, as i'm trying to make Mr. and Mrs. Pacman heads.
Hyokenseisou-Cosplay's avatar
Paper mache would make it far too heavy.
Lovely-Disease's avatar
I was wondering how I could keep the head from flopping around a lot? I will be attending a Halloween Costume Party Dance with a costume head made similar to this, and it seems like it would jiggle all over the place. I put foam around the neck (as tight as I can while still being able to slip my head in) but it is still super unstable. Any suggestions?
Hiliasin's avatar
This is probably a stupid question, but is it hot to wear or is the mesh netting for the mouth enough for 'air conditioning'?
Thanks for the tutorial, this helps a lot.
Hyokenseisou-Cosplay's avatar
It does get VERY hot, because the fur acts as an insulator and there's not much circulation. If you installed a small fan in there, then it wouldn't be as bad.
gir2195's avatar
AMAZING, THANK YOU! I've been trying to figure out how to make a donkey kong head for a long time. Hopefully, I'll have something to show soon
Two-Tailed-Moon's avatar
Thank you so much. It's nearly impossible to find a head-making tutorial for an anime mascot character.

I made a Kero recently completely out of foam. This method seems a lot less expensive and a lot more rewarding.
MissNightmares's avatar
i wonder if monoyasha used this method for her emolga and minchino mascot cosplay
DragonGames's avatar
Doggyfong's avatar
I'm trying to use your method to make this but from where I am, its abit too expensive to afford. Do you have any cheaper alternative or similar?

Hyokenseisou-Cosplay's avatar
Chicken wire and cheap fur is probably the cheapest method you can do. Sorry, good luck.
MarimoMellorine's avatar
Thank you for the tutorial, your Wiz head looks amazing , i've been trying to make a head like this for ages. I do have one question though, i'm having a lot of trouble getting mine to balance on my head, it keeps on slipping down. Do you have any advice to stop this from happening?

Thank you again.
Hyokenseisou-Cosplay's avatar
Padding maybe? Mine sat on my shoulders, soo....
KittyChow's avatar
Wow this is pretty amazing! :0 thanks for this ^^
Eldorgwynna's avatar
>w< This is so cool! :heart:

Quick question, where do you buy chicken wire? Sorry if you're asked this a lot >.> <//3
Hyokenseisou-Cosplay's avatar
DarkDrawerCompany's avatar
oh, this is sooo cuuute! ur really good at this! XD

Can i try make this head? (i live in denmark, so u prob wont see me anyway)
anonymous's avatar
Join the community to add your comment. Already a deviant? Log In