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Terra Tutorial: Armor

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By 23rdAngel   |   
Published: March 12, 2013
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A promised tutorial for :iconaxelflurryofflame:
This is the last of my Terra cosplay TuTs (?). Hope you all found it helpful as well as entertaining. I found that making tutorials is also (in a way) a part of cosplay. Extending the life and enjoyment of a particular character that you cosplayed and that it could give birth to many more cosplays and cosplayers out there. Similar to cosplay, its taxing but fun :ahoy:


Now, Go forth my fellow Terra cosplayers and multiply! (sounds so wrong...)


Earthshaker Keyblade Tutorial: [link]
Earthshaker Keychain Tutorial: [link]
Aqua Armor Tutorial: [link]
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Ravenhowl's avatar
RavenhowlHobbyist Artist
my biggest problem is always the shoulder
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23rdAngelProfessional General Artist
Keep it up bro, I'm sure you can do it.
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BeaterNightFuryHobbyist General Artist
Ironically I've used some parts of your tutorial to make Ven's armor (at least my v3, because my first two ones were flat like a pancake and could hardly be seen in pictures too...)
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23rdAngelProfessional General Artist
Happy to have helped :)
geasshao's avatar
nice!
thank for sharing tutorial!
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kookiekrap47Student Traditional Artist
Where is it that you buy your crafting foam from??
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23rdAngelProfessional General Artist
I bought my materials in our downtown marketplace. It may be crowded, dirty, at some times smelly but the streets is filled with raw materials if you know where to look; the street is called Colon.

Who knows maybe you also have a place like that in your area :ahoy:
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kookiekrap47Student Traditional Artist
That's wicked and so conventions for you! Thank so much for the help in telling me! And yah here's to hoping Toronto is full of surprises @@
ssjjosh2001's avatar
What is the black material you are using?
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23rdAngelProfessional General Artist
Foam
sweetveelicious's avatar
thanks for sharing your knowledge.    this is a wonderful tutorial.
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23rdAngelProfessional General Artist
No problem sweetveelicious :ahoy:
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Kakee-ChanHobbyist Artisan Crafter
I love it i'm going to use this made I help my boyfriend make his
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23rdAngelProfessional General Artist
Thanks! God luck on your cosplays :ahoy:
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Kakee-ChanHobbyist Artisan Crafter
aw thank you
ZeroLoves's avatar
wow awesome tutorial! :3... do you think foamies sheet 6mm thick will work as well? 
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23rdAngelProfessional General Artist
So long as they're sturdy, there should be no problem =). Sorry for the late reply.
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23rdAngelProfessional General Artist
It can work. Just be mindful in using them. We don't want the armor to look too big on your arm ;)
ZeroLoves's avatar
:) cool, because that's the only thickness i could find.
zanruos's avatar
what was that made from
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23rdAngelProfessional General Artist
Craft Foam
zanruos's avatar
just normal craft faom
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23rdAngelProfessional General Artist
Yeps. In varying thickness. That's it :)
zanruos's avatar
great . yeah were i am at we have the skinny one only man. no story carty any thing thicker then cardboard.
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