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How to make Finger Armor with Foam Sheets

This is a companion tutorial to "How to make Armor with Foam Sheets and Fabric". [link]
Image details
Image size
1000x3351px 1.69 MB
Make
Canon
Model
Canon PowerShot SD1200 IS
Shutter Speed
1/20 second
Aperture
F/2.8
Focal Length
6 mm
ISO Speed
640
Date Taken
Oct 10, 2012, 9:50:56 PM
Sensor Size
1mm
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Humblehistorian's avatar
Thank you so much for this! Making an arm, especially the fingers, for a cosplay has always been a huge pain to me and I have never had a good way of going about it so this really helps a ton!
EdCrandell-WestWorld's avatar
Thanks for the help, RuffleButtCosplay. I'm in the process of building the gauntlets for the character I created for my novels (pictured in my avatar). How to do the fingertips was proving quite frustrating until I saw your tutorial here!
kandell's avatar
This is great! How do you keep them on your fingers? Do you glue them to your gloves?
EdCrandell-WestWorld's avatar
RuffleButtCosplay may have another option for you, kandell, but I was intending on using Barge Cement. It can be used with soft, flexible materials like this. You can pick it up at Ace Hardware: www.acehardware.com/product/in…
thanks for this tutorial,this is so helpful~
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Aldrea945's avatar
These are awesome. :D
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OceanInk's avatar
Nice to know really awesome collection of costume construct tutorials .
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shadowlovinfanbunny's avatar
your tutorials + Malindachan's tutorials = everything I've ever needed to know about cosplay. love you bth dearly :)
RuffleButtCosplay's avatar
awww, thank you. An honor to be viewed as such and compared with Malinda
shadowlovinfanbunny's avatar
You're welcome! I hope to be able to meet you both at a con one day :)
GeekVarietyDotCom's avatar
Cool tutorials! I love how creators on the internet is demystifying making things and how more and more people are willing to share tips and tricks were as in the past it was like asking a magician how he/she did something and being met with a stone wall.

Cool stuff indeed, I'm sure this will help a lot of people out in becoming better crafters/makers.
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One can't like comments in DA, so this is a LIKE
RuffleButtCosplay's avatar
Thank you :D I do my best.
Ayanna-Workshop's avatar
really helpful and clear, thanks a lot for your tutorials ! :D
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