Classic Spider-Man utility belt

spiderkid2099

Active Member
Hi I'm fairly new to here and I'm wondering if anyone has made or has any helpful tips on making the "utility belt" that spidey wears underneath his costume in the classic comics. I'm going to be working on a classic Spiderman suit cosplay and decided to add the belt just for fun.

Her are some reference pictures of the belt:

___ -2255865 spidermanamazing675a spider utility belt_jpg 584×603 pixels.jpg ___ battery operated spider-signal light for small distance illumination.jpg Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 #259.jpg DEATH BATTLE! Predictions_ Spider-Man vs_ Batman.jpg say pretty damn cool! First Appearance _ Amazing Fantasy #15 (1962 ___.jpg Template for Spider-Man Web Cartridge Wrist Guards.jpg unnamed (1).jpg

___ -2255865 spidermanamazing675a spider utility belt_jpg 584×603 pixels.jpg


___ battery operated spider-signal light for small distance illumination.jpg


Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 #259.jpg


DEATH BATTLE! Predictions_ Spider-Man vs_ Batman.jpg


say pretty damn cool! First Appearance _ Amazing Fantasy #15 (1962 ___.jpg


Template for Spider-Man Web Cartridge Wrist Guards.jpg


unnamed (1).jpg
 
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TJackFx

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I'm not sure why you'd want to add the belt under the suit? You will end up seeing the outline of it through the fabric and your suit won't be as sleek looking as it should be.
 
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