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Cosplay armor tutorial

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Make Steampunk (or any styled) armor using inexpensive EVA foam floor mats and hot glue. #Instructables #Halloween #costume #cosplay #props #shoulder #foamsmith

Make Steampunk (or any styled) armor using inexpensive EVA foam floor mats and hot glue. #Instructables #Halloween #costume #cosplay #props #shoulder #foamsmith

Tutorial 03 - Patterning by North-Steading on DeviantArt

Description User Taxfrogmanful requested the pattern for the Orckish armor, to use as a base for his own creation. Unfortunately, the original linoleum pattern, cut on the fly, was reclycled into other projects. But the assembling of that armor is so simple that I was able to reconstruct the parts from memory and by looking at my deviations. [link] [link] [link] I was able to put together this pattern wich is NOT TO SCALE, but tells you roughly how it's done. Feel free to use it as a base…

Starting with Cosplay: The fastest and easiest way - KamuiCosplay

Starting with Cosplay? Find tutorials, books, videos and other interesting insights into the cosplay community with Kamui Cosplay.

Use plastic wrap to cover the area you want Then cover it with tape. Cut it and paste the pattern to paper.  Paste them to Eva foam and cut it. Add details with Foamies (borders) and glue everything. (The small cut you see in the back allows me to fit my fist through.) Cover it with wood glue. Now with plasti-dip. Paint it and after it dries put a layer of Mod Podge.

Eva foam bracers tutorial *sorry for my english if any errors* My page: www.facebook,com/m.cosplay Use plastic wrap to cover the area you want to take out the pattern from. Then cover it with...

Shoulder Armor Pattern Collection - DOWNLOAD|PDF - KamuiCosplay

Digital PDF Download! After your order, you'll get an email containing the download link. Arm armor (I really wish there was a better name for it) is super useful for many different costumes! Hope my pattern collection will help! It includes: Bracers (7 different designs) Elbow Armor (2 different designs) Upper Arm Armor (4 different designs) Tight Shoulder Armor (1 design) Combine all of these in different ways for even more variations! Please choose your correct printer size:

Using Eva Foam for Cosplay For the First Time

When you first start making your own costumes, you’ll probably be more focused on learning the needle and thread and using a sewing machine. Eventually, you’ll get to a point