The Leather Oni Devil Half-Mask PDF Pattern includes stitching holes marked, all cutting lines, and video instructions.
PDF Letter 11 x 8.5 (US) & A4 printable Pattern for leather craft.
The leather template has been designed to use by any level of experience.
PDF A4 & letter printable Pattern for leathercraft.
Full mask is available here: https://creativeawl.com/shop/oni-devil-full-mask-pattern
Oni (jap. ) – evil spirits, demons, devils occurring in shint religion and Japanese folklore, identified with diseases, disasters, and misery. They are one of the y’kai – supernatural beings.
They are seemingly similar to humans, but they have three eyes, wide mouths, horns, and claws on their hands and feet. They can fly and fall from the sky to kidnap the soul of an evil person who is just dying. They can have different characters: they can be gentle, malicious, or violent. They are usually presented as half-naked figures with a wild look, dressed in leather.
To make up for the evil spirits, an annual oni-yarai ceremony (jap.) is held as a performance.
» Video Tutorial: https://youtu.be/AsSj9UUTBVg
» Prepare & cutting patterns: https://youtu.be/2TNUl_Tlk64
» Tools you need:
– sharp knife
– 1,2-1,5mm hole puncher or pricking irons or awl
– 2 needles
– paper tape
– a home printer
– hole punchers
» Materials you need:
– Leather (preferable 3-5oz, and at least 5 oz for white eyes)
– Waxed thread (preferable 0,8-1 mm)
– few rivets
-15 or 20 mm buckle
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David Hammer (verified owner) –
Absolutely love this pattern.