I bet it’s been YEARS since you dressed up in a costume. What’s up with that? You’re a creative type, right? Able to model up a doomakahizzy or a shnizzle in five minutes flat, AND look good doing it. You probably have a 3D printer (or access to one) too. Well, we’ve rounded up five (make that, six!) simple, creepy models you can print out to accentuate your already supa-fly style.

1. Halloween Spider Mask

There’s nothing creepier than spiders… except a massive spider wrapping its legs around your face. Download this model here.

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2. Finger Hand

Hands are disturbing. Hands on the end of each finger are even more disturbing. Send adults and small children reeling in disgust with ten Finger Hand models for each finger. Download this model here.

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3. Doll Eye

What could be easier than printing a giant button to stick over your eye, or EYES. A little make-up and your a horror movie star in the making. Download this model here.

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4. Dilbert Tie & Glasses

I know, I don’t normally wear a tie either, but I’d make an exception here. I’m sure you already have the shirt, so all you need now is the tie, to dress as everybody’s favorite engineer. Download this model here.

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5. BFG Ears

It was a popular book, that’s now a popular movie. If you already look like a wrinkly, old giant, this ears will complete the look. Download this model here.

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6. BONUS! Demon Baby

Typically, you don’t want things bursting out of your chest cavity, or your belly cavity, or any cavity. So this is sure to earn some churn, especially if you do actually have a baby in your belly. Download this model here.

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Josh is founder and editor at SolidSmack.com, founder at Aimsift Inc., and co-founder of EvD Media. He is involved in engineering, design, visualization, the technology making it happen, and the content developed around it. He is a SolidWorks Certified Professional and excels at falling awkwardly.