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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#1 - letrollzor
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(07/12/2014) [-]
Seen worse...
#3 to #1 - anotheroneonearth
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(07/12/2014) [-]
like this?
User avatar #23 to #3 - sobir
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(07/13/2014) [-]
how is this worse look at those abs... no homo tho
User avatar #33 to #23 - shockstorm
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(07/13/2014) [-]
Of course not.
Why would you be homo for liking male abs?
#6 to #1 - europe
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(07/12/2014) [-]
Bigger version even if you didn't ask for it
#2 - anotheroneonearth
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#13 to #2 - anon id: 62be15fa
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theres already one with an explosion, but i dont think its wallpaper-sized
#51 to #2 - anon id: 8ab3e400
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(07/14/2014) [-]
I'm not familiar with the cosplay on the left there. Is there a particular reason for him having a gun holster in the crotch vicinity?
User avatar #9 to #2 - orionthegreat
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(07/13/2014) [-]
There needs to be a wallpaper of this with an explosion behind it.
#16 to #9 - gilleeyjon
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User avatar #32 to #16 - orionthegreat
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Yep, this is what I needed in my life.
#45 to #32 - sspacecore
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This got me out of my crippling depression
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User avatar #24 to #16 - goldenfairy
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Those legs on the right are kinda sexy. And I'm a straight man.
#14 to #9 - anon id: 62be15fa
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(07/13/2014) [-]
meant to reply to you, #13
User avatar #20 to #2 - satrenkotheone
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Probably the greatest cosplayers of our time.
#27 - madcoww
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#43 to #27 - hemming
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adminyuin Satsuki
User avatar #44 to #43 - hemming
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God damn word filters..
#15 - ehzio
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Ryan Mantoi
#30 - trevo
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#38 - bronypie
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He lost his way....
#28 - bigshowsteveo
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#19 - anotherponyaccount
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(07/13/2014) [-]
Dio is still best cross-gender Cosplayer
#26 to #19 - alekxfire
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#54 to #26 - anotherponyaccount
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#34 - DeathclawRulez
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#8 - nemecyst
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MFW I'm going to be cosplaying male ryuko soon(tm).   
   
Making my scissor blade tomorrow.
MFW I'm going to be cosplaying male ryuko soon(tm).

Making my scissor blade tomorrow.
User avatar #11 to #8 - Shadow Guardian
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I want pics when completed.
#12 to #11 - nemecyst
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(07/13/2014) [-]
I'm going to cosplay the bladed version of Senketsu

Here is the pattern for my scissor blade, plan is to cut the base out of wood, either white pine or poplar, then use compress polystyrene foam (basically hyper-compressed styrofoam) to add the proper width to the handle, then coat the whole thing in worbla (a thermoplastic), gesso the **** out of it, then paint it.

Actual spoiler: I may do both halves of the scissor blade and even the screw to put them together, not sure yet.
#31 to #12 - barrybatsbak
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I would like to see the result of you'res! I made this one about a week ago just for fun. Sorry for the potato quality though.
User avatar #48 to #31 - nemecyst
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What kind of paint did you use?
User avatar #56 to #48 - barrybatsbak
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I used metallic red paint from the brand Motip, don't know if they sell that where you live.
User avatar #57 to #56 - barrybatsbak
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The picture doesn't do the paint justice because it looks beautiful!
User avatar #18 to #12 - citruslord
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I recommend poplar, it's what I've been using for making props. Also, not sure why you would coat it with worbla?
Good luck though, currently working on making an unfold-able decapitation mode version myself.
#21 to #18 - niimajneb
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Psst, you seem to know a fair amount about creating props and whatnot. I want to cosplay as the One True Tatsuya (Shiba Tatsuya from Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei), and he has two guns, like in the picture below. What would be the best way to go about making them?
User avatar #47 to #21 - nemecyst
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Honestly? The exact method I described above, but use a dremmel to get the details
User avatar #49 to #47 - niimajneb
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I don't know digestive end product about making props. Never done it before. citruslord gave me a detailed explanation that I can research to understand it all, then do it.
User avatar #39 to #21 - citruslord
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I would personally use wood as a base, probably a 1" thick board, cut out the profile on that. Then for the raised details like the grippy part near the back of the slide, I'd probably use some of my 1/8th inch sintra, but any kind of plastic or wood around that thickness would work. Just cut out the negative parts then glue the larger piece on, then bevel all the edges, sand it up to around 400 grit, then prime and paint.
Depending on what tools you have available, all the above can be done with a 10$ coping saw, a file set and a little elbow grease. I personally like to have access to power tools, but it's not required.
But you could also make it out of other materials. I've seen people have success using EVA foam mats, which wouldn't be as solid but all youd need is a sharp knife. Insulation foam boards are also cheap and easy to work, but not as durable as poplar.
Also, if you go the wood route, put a little extra time in and sand inbetween each coat of primer until it's perfectly smooth and looks like its made of plastic. Wood has pores and grain that needs to be filled for a flat paint job Then when you paint, it will look far better.
User avatar #42 to #39 - niimajneb
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Alright, thanks man.
#53 to #42 - citruslord
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Building Replica Guns from MDF - In the Shop with Punished Props
Here's a fantastic video that details pretty much the same process I described. This guy makes stuff nicer than I could dream about. He uses MDF here, which is nice since it is an even consistency throughout, but pretty toxic. I prefer normal wood because of that. MDF is also harder to seal for paint. You also want to sight the board and make sure it's straight, like this.