Still not sure what to dress up as for Halloween this year? Well, instead of frantically scrambling around town looking for the right shop with the right stuff, have you considered 3D printing your Halloween costume? Check out our list of 3D-printable masks and costume pieces to get all geared up for this year’s spooking, then fire up that printer.
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This one is so simple it’s almost cheating. All you need to finish it off is some black and white spray paint and a pink jumpsuit — the latter of which might actually be the hardest part of this costume to procure.
Colonel Joe Moore, better known as Immortan Joe, is the primary antagonist of Mad Max: Fury Road. He was the lord of the Citadel and the leader of the fanatical War Boys — but you don’t have to be a Mad Max enthusiast to appreciate how creepy this mask is.
Stormtrooper costumes are as common as pigeons these days, so why not rise above the low-ranking white helmets with this superb Death Trooper Mask?
This one pairs nicely with some purple body paint, big muscles, and incessant commenting about how everything at the party you’re attending is “perfectly balanced, as everything should be.” Just don’t get carried away and push your daughter off a cliff.
Rick has been a popular Halloween costume ever since the premiere of Rick and Morty, so just be prepared to run into somebody else with the same costume. If that happens, be sure to assert your dominance by proclaiming that you are Rick C-137: The smartest of all Ricks in the multiverse.
For a different approach to a classic costume, go as the confused Stanley Ipkiss from Jim Carrey’s The Mask — pre-green face.
Need a mask to tie together your shaman or wendigo outfit? This full fox skull is just the trick. It’s definitely one of the larger prints in this list, but the two-part jaw with a fully articulated lower mandible is definitely worth the filament you’ll burn through. We promise!
This one is great because it allows you to walk around like you own the place, speak in a silly voice, and explain to everyone at the party that they were merely raised in the darkness — you were born in it.
Need more than just a mask? Well, if you don’t mind spending a few hundred bucks on filament, paint, and electronics; you can print this full Iron Man suit right at home. You may have to save this one for next year — the headpiece can be finished in a day or so, but the rest of the suit will probably take a couple weeks of printing to complete.
Got a bun in the oven this year and hoping to plan a costume around that? This simple three-part print is designed to slip under your shirt, and is practically guaranteed to get you some double takes!
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