If you chose acrylic paint and you are decent with a brush, you may be able to free hand the details on the shield, like the yellow triforce triangles near the top and the distinct red avian creature on the bottom. Connect the loose straps on the top side of the shield. Adam wanted Hero Shield with Kokiri Sword. You can use this as a model, but the main defining characteristic of the Master Sword is the upturned hilt that forms wings. You can use staples or even duct tape since you will be covering over the top side with paper-mache anyway. Here’s what you’ll need to make it from paper-mache. Now, speak with Ingo WHILE you are riding Epona (z-target him to make it easier), and Ingo will challenge you to a race for 50 rupees.
The exact size will depend on the size of person using the costume; a child will obviously need a much smaller size than an adult. The sword is another item that can take a lot, or a little effort, depending on how much work you want to put into it. It can take a couple of days to dry, so don’t get frustrated if it doesn’t dry completely overnight. You can put multiple layers of paper-mache on to make it sturdier and create a bulkier look, but one layer should get your shield where it needs to be. If you’re going for a homemade theme, you can make a shield fairly easily with paper-mache.
Have you worked with paper-mache before? It’s easy! First you need to cut up strips of paper. If you do it properly, after you have reached the opposite shore of the water you will receive a blue rupee. Just make sure to leave enough space to get your arm through the straps, since this is how you will carry the shield. You can get fairly cheap acrylic paints at any craft shop. That just leaves the paints. This is where it will get a bit different depending on which paints you selected. Navi, once again demonstrating her knack for the obvious, will warn you not to get sucked down the whirlpools in this area. Gently wipe off excess goop with your fingers (it will get rather messy). You will want to slide the cloth or elastic band through the upper.
Make sure to cover the front entirely – you even want to cover the cloth strips that are showing. Whether or not you decided to make your own sword, or use a toy sword, you can make your own Zelda themed scabbard. Replica Hylian shields are available, but any toy shield can work. Longer and thicker strips work well for covering large areas, but thinner and shorter strips work better for smaller areas, so keep that in mind. Spray paint also makes a good choice, but you will need a fair selection of colors, so keep that in mind when selecting your paint. The Gold Skulltula will fall from the branches. Lower slit from the bottom side (the side that will not have the Hylian Shield decorations on it). Once you’ve traced an outline of the sword, just cut it out and make another batch of paper-mache, like explained in the previous section for the shield.