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proudly-pro-choice:

It’s unimaginable and disgusting that this happens to children that don’t even understand what’s happening to them.

-Allie

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The movie Schindler’s List.

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thetalkingpoltergeist:

coffeewyrm replied to your post: I want to be a firefighter. (:

I feel like the fires you’d be fighting would simply be caused by your smoking physique.

holy fuck, that was smooth as hell of you

tank you many much, c:

Just got called smooth by one of my favourite blogs! :3

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fahrlight:

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I’ll always reblog it when I see it because this is the COOLEST THING I EVER SAW!

:3

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closequarterscosplay:

I’ve been doing a lot of Pepakura work lately so I decided to make a tutorial video on how to get started :) 

This is my first cosplay tutorial and I hope to make a series out of it. If you have any questions feel free to ask!

and yes I know I sound like a nerd :p

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cosplayresources:

I seriously cannot believe that I haven’t come across this tutorial before! This tutorial by ElenaLeetah is on How to Make Lightweight Wings, and the end result is absolutely incredible! 

Check out the original on Deviantart: http://elenaleetah.deviantart.com/art/Tutorial-How-to-make-light-weight-wings-Kamael-348626950

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mohrigan:

How to make cubone head with aluminum foil and paper mache

1. Get the shape of your head with aluminum foil.
2. Add the details with aluminum foil (horns, fangs and nose)
3. Give forms to the edges.
4. When you done giving the form and adding the details cover it with masking tape.
5. Cover it with 2-3 layers of paper mache.
6. Once its dry paint it and cover it with modge podge and you done :)!

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bofur-senpai:

How to cast using hot glue as an alternative to resin casting

(useful in things like Thorin Oakenshield or Fili cosplays where there are a lot of the same pieces)

Pros:
- cheap

- fast (3-4 minute hardening time)

- can be painted

- nontoxic

- lightweight

- nontoxic

Cons:

-can form bubbles easily during process

- will require cleaning up by trimming the edges with scissors

- chance of burning

- not completely hard- will have some flex

Materials needed:

Sculpey/Fimo/oven bake clay ($2 for a small brick)

Sculpey Moldmaker clay ($10 for 8 oz bricks)

Mold release ($11 for 4 oz… will last a long time though)

Hot glue gun

Hot glue sticks (less than $7 for a large bag at Lowe’s)

Acrylic paint ($2 for a bottle)

Corn Starch

Steps:

  1. Model what you need to cast out of oven-bake clay (Sculpey, Fimo, etc) and bake it according to instructions (pic 1)
  2. Using Sculpey Moldmaker clay (get the Super Elasticlay type), make a mold according to instructions (brush the model with corn starch/talcum powder, press into clay, remove) (pictures 2-5)
  3. Bake according to instructions
  4. Using some sort of mold release, spray the now-baked mold. (pic 6)
  5. Fill the mold with hot glue, keeping the nozzle low to the mold to limit bubbles. There will still be some bubbles, but use the nozzle of the gun to pop the big ones. More will pop in the freezer (pic 7)
  6. Put the mold + hot glue in the freezer for 3-4 minutes (pic 8)
  7. Peel the hot glue out of the mold (pic 9)
  8. Trim the edges with scissors if needed (not pictured)
  9. Paint, and you’re done! (pic 10)

Pictures of the Moldmaker clay and the mold release I used:

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kinpatsu-cosplay:

I did  a little tutorial on how to use craft foam to make a breastplate

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