this suit is pretty cool. i like the thick stitching and the web shooters came out nice, i think. all those hexagons REALLY make a difference. man, that must be ridiculously time-consuming.
look :Powerful? XD what do you mean?
For attaching the urethane rubber to the fabric I recommend using fabri-tac fabric glue. Just scuf up the back side of the urethane with some sand paper so that the glue will have more to stick to.School is HECTIC. I haven't really made any mad progress that's worth posting pictures of exactly. I installed an invisible zipper in my crotch, off to the side so it's very stealth. Especially cuz it's next to the thick black... Stitching that goes down the middle. And once things are even more puff painted, it definitely won't be visible. I also bought some like, white transparent-ish iridescent paint. I tried to apply it on the back spider, but it just doesn't look right. Even after I painted a thin layer of the red over it.
THIS IS WHERE I NEED HELP/ADVICE
Can anyone tell me:
1. The absolute best glue to stick urethane to fabric. I've been using gorilla glue, and I can peel the urethane spiders off the fabric.
2. What is the best way to make the back spider iridescent. Specifically like it was in the amazing spiderman, where it reflects light very well and shimmers/changes shades.
Thanks for everyone's support.
Thank you A lot. xD Im afraid my head looks too big in the costume though. Like, really big.look :
this spidey just look like a man with a costume.
But you with your suit look like a real spiderman who is powerfull ( very strong/mighty and forceful like HULK but litle bit more thin )