A close friend completed his dive masters just in time for halloween, so we naturally threw an underwater themed party for him, complete with fish and Cthulhu octopus pepakura masks.
All the designs I purchased from Wintercroft on Etsy, and it just took some editing to remove the extra bits from the PDFs to make everything Glowforge compatible:
(I had good experiences with Wintercroft masks before)
I used some very thick white cardstock as the material. Glad for saved settings, since it came in really handy to develop score for mountain folds and a valley fold ‘score’ (which was a 5 point thin engrave along the fold that helped reduce the amount of material squishing together and make space for the fold).
The Cthulhu mask was definitely by far the most complicated, but lots of patience and wood glue and rubber bands later it started to come together.
This spray paint took to the cardstock beautifully, and my ever industrious boyfriend painted all the masks with a deep sea paint scheme.