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Scapegoat Hat Horns 3d printed The position I chose is a more traditional horn placement. Making them appear to protrude from the corners of my forehead.

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The position I chose is a more traditional horn placement. Making them appear to protrude from the corners of my forehead.
Scapegoat Hat Horns 3d printed The position I chose is a more traditional horn placement. Making them appear to protrude from the corners of my forehead.
Scapegoat Hat Horns 3d printed The position I chose is a more traditional horn placement. Making them appear to protrude from the corners of my forehead.

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Scapegoat Hat Horns 3d printed See how high up the fabric is on the sides. The dirty glue appearance is from removing and re-gluing. Your first time should be fairly clean.
Scapegoat Hat Horns 3d printed See how high up the fabric is on the sides. The dirty glue appearance is from removing and re-gluing. Your first time should be fairly clean.

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Scapegoat Hat Horns 3d printed
Scapegoat Hat Horns 3d printed

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Scapegoat Hat Horns

$37.44
3D printed in black nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.
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After seeing a guy in the band Indorphing wearing a hat with sharp pointed horns sticking out of them, I've aways wanted my own hat adorned with them. Now I have hats with my logo, and this, my first 3d project! They look and work great! and would reccomend them for cosplay or just to wear everyday. Having horns gets pretty interesting after a while. Easy to forget they're there, sometimes.

All you have to do is:

1. Purchase my horns ; ), glue (Preferrable Super with the brush or Clear Locktite), and rubberbands

2. Select your hat and position it however is easiest for your placement.

3 Measure the general distance you want them to be apart.

4. Cut holes where you marked and see if the horns fit well, rotating them to be as symmetrical as possible, also pulling fabric passed the base/platform.

5. Apply glue to the bottom of them base and place it in them into holes, pressing firmly when you have the preffered orientation.

6. Apply glue near and around the bottom of the horns, and pull the fabric past the base (Hat fabric should be around the bottom portion of the horns) and press the fabric firmly to the horns until glue sets. Holding the fabric down with rubberbands is optional/situation, depending on the type of glue used. (Maker sure the points from left to right are pointing the right way.  The horns are bilateral. One is for the left, and one for right. Just a heads up. Otherwise, do what you want!)

7. Put hat on and run head first into a hard surface and see who's stronger! (Skipping this step is recommended) Seriously, be careful, they're sharp.

If you want to paint them, remember to do so before gluing. Doing so afterward should be easy, but they may have pieces of fabric glued around them. Removal is easy, depending on the glue used. Should be easy to work them loose.
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HH4SW
Dimensions:
4.3 x 8.63 x 6 cm
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Mature audiences only.
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