How to Make An Eye Mask – Process Video “ LET THE GEEK…

How to Make An Eye Mask – Process Video

“ LET THE GEEK…

How to Make An Eye Mask – Process Video

“ LET THE GEEK SPEAK ” presents our Tips & Tricks on Comic Creations. In this video I show how to make a quick efficient eye mask . you can use cardboard for this and with some hot glue an material can make any mask design you want from ROBIN to GREEN LANTERN THANKS FOR WATCHING PLEASE SUBSCRIBE AND COMMENT 🙂

Tutorial by: 

john hay

Tutorial Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=inYNfSriCpo

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I’m working on a biker Jinx (League of Legends) cosplay but I’m having trouble with the leather pants and boots. Is there any way I can make normal pants have the appearance of leather?

I’m working on a biker Jinx (League of Legends) cosplay but I’m having trouble with the leather pants and boots. Is there any way I can make normal pants have the appearance of leather?

The alternative to leather is usually pleather, but another alternative could be wet look spandex. 

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I was trying to figure out what material to use to make the t on Terra markovs from teen Titans(og animated series) shirt ?any ideas? By the way I hope you have a good day .

I was trying to figure out what material to use to make the t on Terra markovs from teen Titans(og animated series) shirt ?any ideas? By the way I hope you have a good day .

  1. Create a digital version of the logo (vector is ideal) and bring it to a t-shirt printing place. They usually do vinyl-pressed shirts which look really nice.
  2. If you want to do it yourself then I suggest screen printing. You can find beginner kits at craft and art stores. If you don’t really want to make it a hobby then you can pick up just a jar of screen printing ink and follow this fakie screen printing tutorial. 
  3. If you don’t want to invest in a jar of screen printing ink then you can just use fabric paint. Create a stencil, secure it on your garment and then brush or sponge the paint on. Let it dry fully and give it an iron to set it in place. (If you can’t find fabric paint in the right color then you can mix acrylic paint with fabric medium. Acrylic paint on its own may wash out.) 
  4. Another option, is iron on transfers. You print the mirrored design onto paper, cut it out, lay it on your garment and iron it into place. 

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Hello, My name is Rachel and I am going to be cosplaying Evan Hansen, From the musical Dear Evan Hansen, But I have a slight problem… I dont know how to make a semi realistic cast and I need a wig I was wondering where I could find a cheap wig but good quality wig. And of course if you have any tips of making a realistic cast that would be a lot of help, Thanks for your time. Sincerely, Rachel

Hello, My name is Rachel and I am going to be cosplaying Evan Hansen, From the musical Dear Evan Hansen, But I have a slight problem… I dont know how to make a semi realistic cast and I need a wig I was wondering where I could find a cheap wig but good quality wig. And of course if you have any tips of making a realistic cast that would be a lot of help, Thanks for your time. Sincerely, Rachel

Hi Rachel, 

First off the cast:
If you want something light and soft then I suggest using this arm wrap tutorial to mimic a cast. It is fairly easy to make and you’ll be able to

 

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