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How To - Austria Ahoge by RedeadDie

view the instructions here:
http://redeaddie.deviantart.com/art/How-To-Austria-Ahoge-190586398

2014 World Cosplay Summit- Kirayume uploaded by Elite Cosplay

Thanks for playing! 

And here is a blank copy of the madlibs to make your own! 

Something fun

Answer this post with one of the following:
A Name (doesn’t have to be yours)
A Second Name (doesn’t have to be yours)
Costume Part
A Cosplay Crafting Tool
A Character
Something you would yell
An Adhesive


Final: http://blog.cosplaytutorial.com/post/96027310291/thanks-for-playing

make your own: http://blog.cosplaytutorial.com/post/96027374241/and-here-is-a-blank-copy-the-the-madlibs-to-make

How to style Vi wig by Chrix 

View the full tutorial here:
http://chrixdesign.blogspot.ca/2013/06/how-to-style-vi-wig.html

Would you rather…

Have someone bump into your costume and damage it OR Bump into something and damage your costume yourself?

Cutting Bangs with a Hair Razor by Epic Cosplay

View the full tutorial here:
http://blog.epiccosplay.com/cutting-bangs-hair-razor/

Costume Horns: Simple Light Cheap by Kion Cosplay

View the full tutorial here:
http://www.instructables.com/id/Costume-Horns/

Worbla in the Oven

cosplaytutorial:

There are many ways to heat Worbla plastic: heat gun, hot water, iron, hairdryer etc but a co-panelist asked me if Worbla was safe to use in the oven or if it, like other plastics, releases chemicals when heated. I didn’t know the answer so I decided to contact Worbla’s Finest Art (run by cosplay supplies) to see if they had an answer. 

I received a response and thought it would be good to share this with the community: 

At the moment, we don’t have MSDS sheets for Worbla. We can say from the manufacturer that it, like most low temp thermoplastics, is safe in the oven and for heat gun use. You can think of it like hot glue, for a comparison. You should not set it on fire, as the fumes from a fire can give you a headache or make you nauseous, but for regular directed use, worbla is safe for even children to be around and will not contaminate an oven the way vacuforming plastic does.

Good to know!

Worbla in the Oven

There are many ways to heat Worbla plastic: heat gun, hot water, iron, hairdryer etc but a co-panelist asked me if Worbla was safe to use in the oven or if it, like other plastics, releases chemicals when heated. I didn’t know the answer so I decided to contact Worbla’s Finest Art (run by cosplay supplies) to see if they had an answer. 

I received a response and thought it would be good to share this with the community: 

At the moment, we don’t have MSDS sheets for Worbla. We can say from the manufacturer that it, like most low temp thermoplastics, is safe in the oven and for heat gun use. You can think of it like hot glue, for a comparison. You should not set it on fire, as the fumes from a fire can give you a headache or make you nauseous, but for regular directed use, worbla is safe for even children to be around and will not contaminate an oven the way vacuforming plastic does.

Good to know!

D.I.Y. - Ahoge/Cowlick for Cosplays by Tavi Kat

View the full tutorial here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tqVGrQBOFvg






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