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Worbla Tutorial by Bllacksheep Worbla Tutorial by Bllacksheep
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-***Thank you PirateLotus-Stock for the DD, and thank you for all of your comments!***-
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This Tutorial:
Here is a tutorial on how to make armor from Worbla thermoplastic, using the thigh armor from my Dante's Inferno cosplay as an example.

Tell me if you have any questions!

Shoutouts:
If you use this tutorial to make your own work, or if the techniques shown here inspired your work - then I'd love to see what you've made! If you comment or message me a link to your photos, then I'll post your link right here in the description:
- FeythArtanis - fav.me/d6kgqdb
- Nephtis - nephtis.deviantart.com/art/Mor…

Costume Full View:
Dante's Inferno: Dante Alighieri + Hell Beatrice by Nobodyyyyy

More of this Costume:
Dante's Inferno: To Hell and Back by BllacksheepDante's Inferno: The Reaper's Scythe by BllacksheepDante's Inferno: The Queen of Hell by NobodyyyyyDante's Inferno: Beatrice by Nobodyyyyy

Companion Tutorial:
Adding Straps to Worbla Armor Tutorial by Bllacksheep
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Given 2013-08-11
[Stock & Resources] Worbla Tutorial by *Bllacksheep ( Featured by PirateLotus-Stock )
:iconxuza:
xuza Jan 14, 2014   Digital Artist
Oooh that's a really neat technique! Thank you for sharing! I'm looking forward to working with Worbla but haven't taken the plunge yet xD
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:iconbllacksheep:
Not a problem! You should try it! It's a pretty intuitive material to use. When you get around to it, show me what you make! :D
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:icondragontrikes8347:
dragontrikes8347 Nov 24, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
great tutorial
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:iconbllacksheep:
Thanks! Making some worbla armor anytime soon?
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:iconfires-storm:
Fires-storm Sep 10, 2013  Student General Artist
Very handy tips, thank you!
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:iconbllacksheep:
You're very welcome! Fires-storm. Now my question is, can you use your firestorm to heat up your Worbla?
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:iconfires-storm:
Fires-storm Sep 11, 2013  Student General Artist
Sadly no, it is a low heat fire, lol!
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:iconbllacksheep:
That's too bad, haha.
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:iconnekomatalee:
This is so absolutely amazing and helpful! Thank you so much for making this tutorial. I'm planning on making some armour with Worbla for the first time and this gives me a lot more confidence it'll turn out well. :D
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:iconbllacksheep:
Great! This was my first time using it too, and I can tell you that after the first piece or two of armor I made, the process of heating and working with the Worbla becomes really intuitive and easy. Good luck with your armor!
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