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  • Creating a Costume/Cosplay from E.V.A Foam

    not trying to sound mean, but there are different types of spray paint. if you want the final coat to not have a gloss, then I'd say to go with a matte gray spray paint for the body and either thinner craft foam for the red decal, or matte red spray paint via stencil. It also comes down to the technique in spray painting. I find that I end up putting too much on in each layer, which can make matte paint still look semi glossy. It doesn't hurt to put on a very thin coat, but multiple times (unless you're on a time crunch)

    not trying to sound mean, but there are different types of spray paint. if you want the final coat to not have a gloss, then I'd say to go with a matte gray spray paint for the body and either thinner craft foam for the red decal, or matte red spray paint via stencil. It also comes down to the technique in spray painting. I find that I end up putting too much on in each layer, which can make matte paint still look semi glossy. It doesn't hurt to put on a very thin coat, but multiple times (unless you're on a time crunch)

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  • roy1931 commented on roy1931's instructable 3-D snowflake of awesomeness NO GLUE REQUIRED10 months ago
    3-D snowflake of awesomeness NO GLUE REQUIRED

    thank you for the feedback. I haven't been active lately and might start to upload more often, now.

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