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I will definitely use the dremel for the smoothing and shaping next time, but for my first DIY costume I think it turned out decent, was certainly a fun process and I learned a lot! ?
Did you used Velcro to attach the cape to both the suit and the foam caps?
so I bought some black caulk for the cracks it allows for the flex in those places but holds the mask together... kind of makes for a battle scar appearance :P took a few coats of caulking and smoothing it out.
almost done making it... Need to figure out the neck piece. Just for note, seal the plaster mask before adding clay to it as the moisture absorbs into the plaster making it soft and very difficult to work with :P
did you have any problems with the mask cracking in places? If so what did you do to counter this?
I used the same templates, downloaded the adobe illustrator trial version and printed all the designs before it expired.
once it is all said and done I'll get a photo of the suit on and wonderwoman by my side :)Did you use clay for the entire mask? Or just the features and sanded the rest? Also how did you attach the elastic to the bracers? Any tips for designing the neck piece?
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