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This is going to be a lengthy instructable, but hopefully worth the read.I am going to break it down into the major components:1. Yoshi Mascot Head2. ...
Materials:Pink Styrofoam (Blue would have been better) - Home DepotPL300 Foamboard Adhesive - Home DepotOdorless Cyanoacrylate (CA) Glue - Hobby TownB...
I am not the best 2d Artist, but I get by so I can do my 3d work.I need to get proportions and measurements. So I drew a boy and then sized a Yoshi t...
I cut the foam up into squares so I could glue them together to form a block.
I used the PL300 Foamboard Adhesive that I picked up from Home Depot to glue together the pieces of styrofoam. The adhesive was ok, but it took too l...
First I drew the side view and used the hole saw to cut out the rough shape.Then I drew the front view and used the hole saw again to cut out the outl...
From that basic shape I used the hole saw, rasp and steel wool to get to the final shape. The saw is used for large imprecise work. The rasp for alm...
This weighed about 1.5lbs after adding all the other components I thought that this would be too much. This is why I think the blue (and maybe even t...
Test fittings were good, but I wanted it to be a little more secure so, I added a chin strap.I did this by taking a kids construction play hat and too...
Make a paper template of the head by dividing it up into logical sections which the fabric could cover. (Basically the front, back, nose, cheeks, and...
Decided to use fleece for the material. The fleece would allow the costume to look like a soft stuffed animal. It would also allow for some stretchi...
The rest was hand sewn on, this includes the white cheeks over top of the green, the eyes with their pupils and highlights, and finally the nose.For t...
Well, if you made it past the first piece, the rest of this should not be too bad.The pants are easy, just take measurements for hip and leg length. ...
Take body measurements - Full length (shoulder to ankle) - Chest - Upper body length - Across shoulders
Cut the basic block of the upper body as a template.Then sketch the Yoshi costume and according to sketch make a template on the basic block templates...
Layout all the templates on the pieces of fabric. Make sure that the template is straight on the grain of the fabric keeping it parallel to the salva...
Last part of the Suit is the Saddle/Shell.This is basically just an oval pillow with one side having a larger oval (allowing it to puff out more). Th...
Just trace the costume wearers hand, keeping the pinky and ring finger together since we only want 3 fingers. Resize the other two two fingers to be ...
In going with the theme, I did not want to just use regular shoes. Decided on covering the a pair of his shoes with foam, material, and a little elas...
As part of the theme our youngest will be dressing up as Baby Mario... the scale should be just the cutest between the two.I know that a diaper would ...
This had should look oversized on my youngest. I also wanted this to be quick and easy. To satisfy these two things I took one of my old baseball ca...
I did a separate instructable for the baskets, please see that. If I could figure out how to link them I would.
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Posted:Oct 22, 2009
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