If you did make some web-shooters I'm sure you'd have business, I known I'd take some
loving the build, keep it up!
loving the build, keep it up!
Well I better so you there. Tell you what, there's supposedly a spider verse shoot on Saturday, June 6th. 12;30 noon on the lawn behind con ops. You should go.Me and my friends are also going to colassalcon. I put together a pretty decent Peter Parker cosplay, a slightly unbuttoned shirt revealing a spiderman logo on a red shirt, tasm 1 webshooters, tasm 1 backpack, and a mask hanging out of my pocket.
I hope to see you there!
I would love to go to that photoshoot, but Im only gonna be there on Friday.Well I better so you there. Tell you what, there's supposedly a spider verse shoot on Saturday, June 6th. 12;30 noon on the lawn behind con ops. You should go.
THIS COSTUME IS FINISHED. I just washed it last night, dye got everywhere, it was great. The webshooters are done. The wristbands and them have their magnets. I got rid of the webs on the mask because it messed up the symmetry. So now it's drying, and the con is Thursday to Sunday. I'll have a lot of pictures for you kids. Now I can focus on this spiderman costume in 2 weeks project.
Oh you're right. Well, my videographer friend has a lot of the pictures in production. But here are some from a Spidey Verse shoot.The suit turned out awesome. I hope you can get your hands on a few photos with the hood up! What is next?
Wow this is a really cool designThanks for the support everyone.
So, I am insanely proud and happy. "But why, Chase?" Because I kinda successfully made a smooth, symmetrical back spider. But it was a long hard journey. So, first I cut out what the front spider would look like. It took some measurement and paper folding, but after drawing it up and cutting it out it looked pretty good. So I traced it out on cardboard and was on my way to cutting it. (This all took like, two hours. I was watching Marvel's Daredevil at the same time though...) But guess what. Cardboard sucks booty when it comes to cutting it out for a stencil. I spent a lot of time trying to cut this spider out, then I gave up and spent a lot of time trying to cut the back spider out of the cardboard. So much time lost for nothing. D:
I realized that I had to use something other than cardboard, but I didn't have any more neourethane (which I've ordered at this point) so I was scrambling for some sturdy material that can be cut easily. GOOD NEWS. Turns out I had a sheet of silicone in my closet that I never used because it's entirely resistant to paint and glue. I pulled it out and redrew the back spider on it. Then I cut it out, which was so much easier compared to cardboard, and this was my result.
But then I had to work out the costume and how it will be stretched out when applying the spider. Because the zipper and fabric don't lay flat at rest, so I had to position all these weights to make it flat. Then measuring the distance of the fangs to ensure that it is symmetrical. So after I think I had it all sorted out, I mixed pearl red paint with iridescent medium and some brown paint for the back spider, and I poured it on. After a bunch of smoothing it over with paper, after taking off the stencil the spider looked awful. -.- So I threw the costume in the washer and tried again later.
Next day, I stretch it out and remove the little segmented lines in the body of the spider because they weren't doing anything but messing up the pattern. After putting the paint in a bottle and pouring it in, then smoothing it out, the spider looked much better after quickly removing the stencil. After touching up the edges and filling some parts in, the result is pretty satisfying.
I'm going for kind of my own build, but it'll be heavily based off of the concept art that came out. I fell in love with that design.Whatever you do is going to be sweet. Are you going to do your own build (like your Spiders) or go traditional for the Panther? Keep up the creativity, your builds are a lot of fun.