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So I'd been asked to make this by a few people so here it is. Sorry that it's pretty crappy I haven't done one before and I hope it helps a little, most of it is pretty common sense/knowledge I guess.

It's a tutorial for making wigs easier to de-tangle as well as softening curls and wig maintenance. Any questions feel free to note me.
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Step 1: Using a old sports hat as the base, I wrapped it around with 3 pieces of plastic canvas. Two around the edges, and one round shaped for the top. I sewed them to the hat, and each other for extra support.

Step 2: I then painting the brim of the hat my desired off white. Once dry, and with the plastic canvas sewed onto the hat, I cut and fit foam board to the outer edges and the top using hot glue.

Step 3: I cut, out two pieces of cloth, one for the top, and one for around the hat. I covered the top of the hat with cloth before applying the cloth around the outer edges. I adhered both the top, and bottom of the cloth with hot glue.

Monkey Skull: I used planters foam to create the basic shape of the skull. I then used crayolas raspberry model magic to cover the planters foam skull base, and before it dries, used crayolas white model magic to make the white face of the skull, using my fingers to mold the facial features of the monkey. I applied the feathers where I wanted them, and let the skull dry BEFORE gluing to the hat and outlining the facial features with black.

Final Product: I used white craft foam to make the top rim of the hat, the same planters foam and raspberry model magic to make the side feather things, and the buttons on the brim. The entire hat weights less than 2lbs and has survived the test of a convention.

I spent under $30 total on everything. I'm confident I can make this again, if you would like me too, I can for $75 + shipping (typically $30 for continental US, other locations unknown). Let me know!

Let me know if you have any questions!

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The sun was shining a lot today, so we took the occasion to go outside and make a photo shot with my "Damsel in distress" costume ! It was hot, but I've had a lot of fun with pilgrims looking oddly at me and kids asking me if I was heading to a show. :D

Please credit me and send me a link to your work if you use this stock :-)

Photographer : :iconleviath9:
Model : me


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More from this serie here
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Download full size here:  sta.sh/026ap6c98aj8

Back to part one:  rinkujutsu.deviantart.com/art/…
Onward to part three:  rinkujutsu.deviantart.com/art/…


One of my biggest struggles as a beginning costume maker was trying to do boot covers.  Specifically, leather boot covers.  While there are plenty of great tutorials for fabric, vinyl and spandex boot covers, I couldn't find any good tutorials that used leather.  Through trial and error, I developed a method for creating sturdy and authentic looking boot covers from leather.  While I would recommend having some previous experience with boot covers before attempting this method, if you are ambitious give it a try!  You can make any boots with this method, I just happened to be making my Twilight Princess Link boots when I decided to create this tutorial.  I hope this tutorial is helpful!

Bullet; Red   See my completed boot covers here:
rinkujutsu.deviantart.com/art/…


Bullet; Green   Invisible zipper tutorial that I used:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=kmsA7P…


If there is anything that is confusing or needs to be clarified in this tutorial, let me know so I can make it better!

I would love to see anything made with this tutorial!  Link to any creations made with this tutorial in a comment so I can add it to this description!

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Please don't edit or use this photo in any other way without permission from me.  However, I do not mind re-posting as long as full credit is given and there is a link to my page.
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Some of my work in progress pictures from my latest costume. This is how I used pleather ankle boots and turned them into leather over the knee boots. The lacy trim and the wings have since been added but this is just an over view of how I made the base boot. You can see a good picture of the final product here:
 Tira - Soul Calibur
Materials used:
Pleather base boot
Painters tape and saran wrap for the pattern
Poster board for the mock up pattern.
Leather and spandex for the new boot cover.
Acetone to strip the protective layer of the leather off in preparation for the stencil design.
Jacquard silver fabric paint to apply the stencil.
Sandpaper and acetone to strip the base boot.
E600 glue to attach the new boot cover.
Worbla to make the new platform and all the details on the platform.
Wood putty, gesso, and sand paper to smooth out the worbla.
Resin cast wings attached to the base of the boot.
Silver spandex and piping used for the lace trim at the top of the boot.
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Fullview Please! :D

Haha! I'm finally uploading this, I finished this hat days and days ago but I haven't been able to upload because I didn't have internet (I still don't, but I'm just stealing :iconninja-chi:'s. Thanks again! :3).

Anyway, I promised this to a friend of mine (sorry it's so late x.x), so here it is. Enjoy!

This hat will be for sale on etsy later, I'll post the link when it's up. =)
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Texture/Gradient Bases.
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Made in Photoshop CS2.
Image Pack included (.png files standard).

I must stress. These are made for ICON USE ONLY. There is no .grd file, there will never BE a .grd file. This is an icon makers resource.


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Photographer : :iconleviath9:
Model : me

Please credit me and send me a link to your work if you use this stock :-)
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