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Dave Strider Timetable Tutorial

By lunarumms
[01/12/14 EDIT]
WOW HI I HAVEN'T LOOKED AT THIS IN A HOT MINUTE AND IT'S POPULAR NOW OR OSMETHING SO 

COOL I GUESS

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Note me with questions
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yo great tutorial. do you still have the pattern for those turntables? image or link?
Slashy16302's avatar
So hot glue melts the shit out of the insulation foam but you use a little bit of it as a hold during assembly? How does that work?
randomactsofcosplay's avatar
I'm planning on cosplaying as Dave next year, so this tutorial is seriously helpful.

Thank you for sharing! :love:
Kartoria's avatar
umm i have a question how the hell do they spin
kamcutie1223's avatar
holy mother of fuck that was beautiful
FlamesOfTheDragon's avatar
GOOD GOD I CAN'T STOP LAUGHING DEAR JESUS.

This was a great tutorial. Along with being absolutely hilarous to read, it was quite well explained.

PERFECTION.
surfingirl's avatar
question about the notches- are the sides of them slanted? because from some angles they look straight but from others they look slanted slightly and im not sure which it is
xxAsuuka's avatar
seriously it really feels like dave wrote that shit
you rule man <3
thanks for that great tutorial :3
EAloveART's avatar
you look motherfucking epic, (shit it's not a questions) am I right?
princessZelda115's avatar
Where did you get your shirt?
IAmABlogger's avatar
So I'm trying to make these obviously for my cosplay, and I was just wondering, what are the measurements for the notches? Like, in between each one along the base and at the top? If you don't mind me asking. It's just I'm not very good at just doing these things by guessing! Thanks!
lunarumms's avatar
Are you talking about those bottom gear parts? If so, the circumference of a vinyl doesn't really allow for perfectly even notches. You will have one that is slightly smaller, but you can hide this! When you're drawing your pattern (on paper first) measure like, 1, 1 1/2, 2 or even 3 inch spaces between each notch, and play around with it to your liking. A lot of people stylize that part differently.
IAmABlogger's avatar
Alright, thanks!
FenrirWerewolfe's avatar
Awesome tutorial, didn't tought about using the gesso for covering the foam.
Thanks for making it (and writing it in Dave's style)!
Soriene's avatar
Thank you very much, Ill be using this for my cosplay. :D
lunarumms's avatar
I should probably mention it's a good idea to seal these things. With what I don't know. There's plenty of prop makers around who would know though. Reason being, I smoked these pretty hard while drunk and they definitely chip a lot.
shizune-chan013's avatar
damn man...
i gotta do this soon...
awesome tutorial dude...
capricornkid's avatar
this is a good tutorial!! i needed this turorial for my cosplay!! thank you for such a good tutorial!!
Axiro's avatar
i sent you a note x.x but you never replied
lunarumms's avatar
Sorry! Just got back to you now.
Axiro's avatar
thank you very much, sir!
shizune-chan013's avatar
just badass bro!!!
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