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    Game of Thrones Unsullied armour

    Might I ask what weight of leather you chose to use for this? Looks great!
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    Can you identify this part.

    It looks like a small rubber door stop that bolts into the floor.
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    Captain America Dum Dum Dugan

    Well until you get lucky and find the shirt or something close you could always find a brown one and just paint on the stripes with fabric dye/paints. Found this one kinda close without the turtle neck, then just dye the grey stripes darker...
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    X-men: First Class costumes?

    The main buckle looks kinda close to the movie, but the other strap parts are not close at all. If they were gonna bother doing them why not make them accurate atleast.
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    X-men: First Class costumes?

    Anyone have any kinda idea or source for the pressure suit fittings for the suits front? I know they likely are actually fittings for a era style military suit but for some reason they look wicked familiar to me but i cant place them.
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    X-men: First Class costumes?

    Any ideas for the ribbed rubber fabric that goes along mangeto's ribs, neck and underarms?
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    X-men: First Class costumes?

    search BALLISTIC YELLOW 1680D CORDURA NYLON FABRIC 60" OUTDOOR on ebay, 10 a yard 60" wide.
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    Loki movie version vs Thor comic version

    What material did you use to make the horns? Hollow or solid? How fragile was the final product?
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    Legend of the seeker

    I would think you could use the method you tie to hold it flat. Make the part that goes around the next come from the lowest point of the wrapping and run the 2 lengths up along the back of the pendent behind the other loops so that it holds the piece flat.
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    My first Boba Fett helmet (I need help with bondo step)

    Keep sanding it down as low and smooth as you can and then fill in the holes with another spot treatment of bondo and resand. A few repeats of this and you should get it very nice and smooth. You can't just do one coat and have it perfect.
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    Looking for product to cast gems

    Thank you for the quick reply.
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    Looking for product to cast gems

    I am looking for a product with which I can create colored semi opaque gems to create glowing gems with a back light from an led. I plan to make a mold of some shapes for the gems and just need a suggestion for a good easily colorable material to cast the molds. Here is the look im shooting...

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