Daniel López
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Easter Eggs Lithuanian (Eastern Europe) Tradition of plants prints batika onto the eggs  naturally colored.

Wonder if I can use the same process 2 dye fabric. Leafs/flowers on fabric, wrapped in tulle, dipped in dye. Easter Eggs Lithuanian (Eastern Europe) Tradition of plants prints batika onto the eggs naturally colored.

FOAM ARMOR HOW TO (15 STEPS) by I-EAT-SOULS.deviantart.com on @deviantART

How to make armor from foam floor mats. These would be pretty thick, but would be good for armor that needs to look thick or have details carved into it. It could also be used in times of emergency.

Scale Cosplay Weapon Tutorial by ~Goomba-Squad on deviantART

Scale Cosplay Weapon Tutorial by ~Goomba-Squad on deviantART. In addition to explaining how to size weapons from drwing to real life, it discusses the Slice tool in Photoshop as a help for printing off large patterns.

The armor is made completely out of EVA foam and hot glue. Detailed with craft foam, acrylic paint, hot glue, and varnish.

The armor is made completely out of EVA foam and hot glue. Detailed with craft foam, acrylic paint, hot glue, and varnish. (Looks like daedric armor)

A lot of people asked for the process on foam robotics, so here ya go. Click through for captions.

A lot of people asked for the process on foam robotics, so here ya go. Click through for captions. - visit to grab an unforgettable cool Super Hero T-Shirt!

How to build your own vacuum form. Very interesting. I would really like to try this out.

This is a brief outline of how to construct a cheap vacuum-forming machine and use it to vacform plastazote

Making faux feathers from fur. Because sometimes you can't find what you need. Like 4 foot long feathers.

Making faux feathers from fur. Like 4 foot long feathers. (Man, can you imagine having to make hundreds of feathers for a costume wing?

Step by stem Fishbones cosplay prop making. Jinx from League of legends prop DIY

What I've been working on all day, phew! The things you can create with leftover cardboard and a few metal bars. Still got quite a bit left to do before it's finished, though.