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HELP I ONLY HAVE LIKE 3 WEEKS AHHH!

 

K so. My Vayne cosplay has been... retired for quite some time now. Decided to bring it back! NEWLY IMPROVED!

 

http://i.imgur.com/I6GVfd8.jpg this was it like in 2014

 

SO BASICALLY WHAT I DID TO IMPROVE:

 

Get a wig.

trim the chestpiece a bit

 

 

AND WHAT I STILL NEED TO IMPROVE/ WHAT I AM ASKING

 

how tf should i make those damn arrows on her chest piece bib thing? Been procrastinating all the time ;~;

 

and worbla aint cheap

 

HALP

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HELP I ONLY HAVE LIKE 3 WEEKS AHHH!

 

K so. My Vayne cosplay has been... retired for quite some time now. Decided to bring it back! NEWLY IMPROVED!

 

http://i.imgur.com/I6GVfd8.jpg this was it like in 2014

 

SO BASICALLY WHAT I DID TO IMPROVE:

 

Get a wig.

trim the chestpiece a bit

 

 

AND WHAT I STILL NEED TO IMPROVE/ WHAT I AM ASKING

 

how tf should i make those damn arrows on her chest piece bib thing? Been procrastinating all the time ;~;

 

and worbla aint cheap

 

HALP

 

Wonderflex is a cheaper/better option than worbla (it's about half the price and the only difference between it and worbla is that it has a mesh backing which is great because you don't need to do the whole sandwhiching between foam thing, and it's removable).

 

If you're really crunched for time and on a budget, user the thicker foam sheets from your local hobby store, double them up, and cut them into the general shape, and use a dremel and/or soldering iron to give it a little dimension. Then add a few coats of watered down white school glue to seal it and then spray paint it.

 

Hope this helps!

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Wonderflex is a cheaper/better option than worbla (it's about half the price and the only difference between it and worbla is that it has a mesh backing which is great because you don't need to do the whole sandwhiching between foam thing, and it's removable).

 

If you're really crunched for time and on a budget, user the thicker foam sheets from your local hobby store, double them up, and cut them into the general shape, and use a dremel and/or soldering iron to give it a little dimension. Then add a few coats of watered down white school glue to seal it and then spray paint it.

 

Hope this helps!

 

 

oh thanks so much!

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