Spiderman Web Backpack

Discussion in 'Marvel Costumes and Props' started by jrenemtz321, Dec 21, 2011.

  1. jrenemtz321

    jrenemtz321 Well-Known Member

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    Hi, I'm a new member, and a huge Spidey fan. I was wondering if anybody could point me in the right direction to buy or make a Spiderman Web backpack. I've seen a few of these and I love the look. Any information / links would be greatly appreciated.
     
  2. oddo

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    Hey I am also new to this and started making a web strand the other day then realised I can make a web backpack I will post a few pics here and there and make my own page about it.
     
  3. Harry Bardwell

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    Well I've seen two basic ones made one was a bowl covered with light colored cloth and the other was just a sac then both had webs glued onto the outside and a web strap. I know one of them used some kind of plastic for the webbing or you can go for the string covered in hot glue method then paint it white or grey or what ever. I hope this was at least slightly helpful.
     
  4. oddo

    oddo New Member

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    Very helpful and I started out using hot glue but for all the detail it is taking a long time and I am trying to work out as a built in component for storage with a white button snap on that closes it
     
  5. Harry Bardwell

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    Wow, that's a nice web design. I'm going to try and post some of my webs up in the next few days. Its a boring to make but with good results imo.
     
  6. jrenemtz321

    jrenemtz321 Well-Known Member

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    thanks for the tips, guys. i'm still looking :)
     
  7. jrenemtz321

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    I actually got my hands dirty and completed a fairly decent pack, I think. It's not as great as some of the others out there, but it should get me through halloween.
     
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  8. timiglide007

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    Could you provide a tutorial on how you completed your backpack project?
     
  9. jrenemtz321

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    edited for revised version
     
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  10. jrenemtz321

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    I'm hitting up a local con this weekend and thought I'd give the spidey bag another try. Here's a really quick build, that I think came out ok:

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  11. Lunaman

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    Looks beautiful! Any construction details you can share?
     
  12. jrenemtz321

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    thanks! it was actually a really, really easy build (took about 30 min). the shell is a white bowl that cost about $2. The webs are plastic lace (about 200 yards - total cost $8). I just kept wrapping, and i'm pretty satisfied. it holds my phone, keys, and wallet.
     
  13. Lunaman

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    Nice! Source for the plastic lace? ;)
     
  14. jrenemtz321

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    i just bought it at a craft store. i'm sure you could find it pretty much anywhere. i'll try to get some pics up this weekend so we can see how it looks with the suit :)
     
  15. spidyfan

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    Sweet backpack
     
  16. jrenemtz321

    jrenemtz321 Well-Known Member

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    The bag held up well at last weekend's con:

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  17. BobbyS95

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    This may be a dumb question, but how did you get your stuff in and out of the bag?
     
  18. jrenemtz321

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    The shell is a bowl. I tied off some of the plastic lace to form a "hole" at the top (which faces my back), so I put my phone, keys, wallet, etc.
     
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  19. dragonff8

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    AWESOME. Very simple and easy. Made my own earlier this week. Sadly I couldnt find a white bowl at the Big Lot's or 99 cent store but I found a clear bowl for $2. Spent $6 at Michaels buying 200 yds for the white plastic lacing. I sort of cracked the bowl while making but all in all I'm happy. The part where my hand is isn't covered because that's where I'm keeping my hole to put stuff in. Might add something later to look better but for now I'm satisfied. Thanks for the guide

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  20. jrenemtz321

    jrenemtz321 Well-Known Member

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    no problem. happy to help.
     
  21. Elias Pomales

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    I've taken the liberty to make a plaster web back pack it's the first time I ever built something out of it and decided to give it a try. I'm going to eventually sand down and give a lot of smooth web definition.


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  22. jrenemtz321

    jrenemtz321 Well-Known Member

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    looking good!
     
  23. Elias Pomales

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    Thank you ! I'm just waiting for it to dry right now plaster is pretty messy lol


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  24. Tyler Shrum

    Tyler Shrum New Member

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    Heres my spiderman web backpack build
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  25. jrenemtz321

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    very nice, tyler!
     

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