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Foam and Worbla armour MEGA TUTORIAL by AmenoKitarou https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=663041573783588

Foam and Worbla armour MEGA TUTORIAL by AmenoKitarou https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=663041573783588

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While Worbla is a great material, it's also totally fine just to work with less expensive EVA foam! So I added this little tutorial to my new book for Advanced Armor Making!

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How to make armor boots among other things for cosplay. Claire and Nicole are going to make these for next year's conventions. And by that I mean Nicole is going to have whiskey and Claire is going to make these.

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silvericedragon: “Another tutorial! This one tells you how to make articulated shoulder armor that bends with your arm. The shoulders were probably the most difficult piece for my Tyrael cosplay, so...

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1. Cut a straight line and then a "v" cut next to it. 2. Glue and hold the "v" cut together. 3. Pull open the straight cut and fill with glue (or scrap foam). Hold open until it dries. Then flip it over and then you will have a seamless layer

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[Infographic] Adding Details & Finishing Touches to Cosplay Costumes -Armor and props tips & tricks for shaping and adding designs - The Nifty Nerd

[Infographic] Adding Details & Finishing Touches to Cosplay Costumes -Armor and props tips & tricks for shaping and adding designs - The Nifty Nerd

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Adding Straps to Worbla Armor Tutorial by *Bllacksheep on deviantART. "I would also add that this must be done before you put any paint/gesso/primer/whatever on your worbla. Once that happens, it looses its 'stick to itself' quality"

Adding Straps to Worbla Armor Tutorial by *Bllacksheep on deviantART. "I would also add that this must be done before you put any paint/gesso/primer/whatever on your worbla. Once that happens, it looses its 'stick to itself' quality"

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