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Finished and painted Wonder Woman Chest Eagle. I have the Raw fiberglass pulls for sale if anyone is interested. the price will go up significantly next month when I start making full sets from Urethane.
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Wonder Woman armor made for a Client. She wanted a More subdued gold color rather than a brilliant metal. the belt design is from a reference photos. It's pretty close tot he Terry Dodson style belt.

The Chest Piece is Casted Resin. All the other pieces are resin coated Sintra. All hand finished, tons and tons of sanding filler, etc. AKA...a lot of labor and a torn shoulder from sanding.
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Wonder Woman pendant hand-cut from brass.
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Wonder Woman armor chest piece. Cast in epoxy resin and fiberglass.

This was a commission piece I made as part of a full set. Which I'm now selling as an unfinished kit (currently at discounted pre-order pricing)
soloroboto.storenvy.com/
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Custom 4" Munny design

Holler at me for a custom figure; video games, comic, movies, anything!

adamgmetcalfe@gmail.com
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this is a 12" custom wonder woman doll i made.
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A rubber cast of Wonder Woman's chest plate attached to a red bustier.

Casts for sale here: [link]
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My new Sheryl Nome costume! I found the PERFECT fabric for it downtown in the fabric district - it even has the gradient on it like in the artwork! Unfortunately, it doesn't show up in too many photos because of the lighting... alas. At least you can kinda see it here.

Photo from [link] . Thanks! :D
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Incredibly happy with the new material I'm using for these Wonder Woman accessories!

Materials: EVA foam, vinyl, glue.
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Swirly Whirly (yellow pony) from My Little Pony - Sundae Best Collection from 1985.

Made in FOUR DAYS for the Sundae Best pony group at Dragon*Con. I used baby soft yellow fabric (which was both fuzzy and warm) and created a romper from scratch (no patterns used). I thought a romper would be a nice change from the normal dress design most ponies end up having, as well as reflect the '80s (the Sundae Best collection was released in 1985). The mane and tail are made from two wigs I bought off eBay and her cutie marks are made of a few pieces of felt that were painted, and have stitched detailing. The ears were bought from Yaya Han (yayahan.com). I wore purple contacts to match the purple eyes of Swirly Whirly and my shoes are from my Snow White costume. I also surprised our group with hand-stitched barrettes to match the ones that originally came with our ponies in the box!

Costume Design/Make Up: Me
Ears Crafted By: *yayacosplay
Character: Swirly Whirly from My Little Pony
Photographer: Robert "Sketch: Scholz
Other Cosplayers: Shiva, ~gale583, ~elly-star
Learn more here: chinako.net/cosplay

Swirly Whirly Preview by chinako Swirly Whirly by chinako
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