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How to make Props with Plastidip and Foam Sheets by RuffleButtCosplay How to make Props with Plastidip and Foam Sheets by RuffleButtCosplay
New tutorial. Enjoy!

*I SHOULD NOTE* I used the quarter inch foamie sheets for this.
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Lartovio Jan 29, 2014  Student General Artist
Hi! I'm trying to make a batgirl cowl for my cosplay, and I'm wondering if this turns out at all flexible? I'm going to need a way to get it on my head somehow. And if this isn't flexible, would I be able to make a mould of my head and cast the whole thing in plastidip? Thanks!
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:iconbencaz:
Where did you find foam that thick?
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:iconrufflebuttcosplay:
RuffleButtCosplay Dec 14, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
michaels.
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:iconlunnacry:
Normally i coat foam with varnish before painting specially if im gonna use Spray. 

But this is a nice idea here =) Love it =D
Gonna try it =D
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:iconrufflebuttcosplay:
RuffleButtCosplay Dec 14, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
Good luck!
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:iconkayoraimperesi:
This is definitely going to come in handy for my GLaDOS cosplay. =D
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:iconrufflebuttcosplay:
RuffleButtCosplay Dec 14, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
Good luck!
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trmbngrl Jun 27, 2013  Professional Artist
Awesome thank you! Plastidip doesn't erode anything when applied directly? O.o
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:iconrufflebuttcosplay:
RuffleButtCosplay Dec 14, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
Nope!
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