Frequently Used Cosplay Props or Armors Materials <ul><li>Some cosplayers may be interested in making their weapons or sma...
1. Expanded Polyethylene   <ul><li>Because of rough surface that is difficult to be painted, it is usually processed with ...
2.Foamed Polyolefin Board   <ul><li>It can be applied to armor or any other small props.  </li></ul><ul><li>Foamed polyole...
3. Polystyrene Foamed Plastics   <ul><li>It can be applied to hard & well-knit armors, weapons, small props, etc.  </li></...
4. Styrene Board   <ul><li>It can be applied to thin weapons like knife, sword and small props.  </li></ul>GO ON…
5. Styrene Stick   <ul><li>It can be applied to thin stick-patterned props like cigarette and accessories on clothes. </li...
6. Foamed Styrene (Board)   <ul><li>It can be applied to any prop if you don’t mind roughness and low durability.  </li></...
7. Foamed Styrene (Piece)   <ul><li>It can be applied to not only cosplay weapons, small props, but also photographic back...
8. Foamed Styrene (Ball)   <ul><li>It can be best applied on hair accessories, earrings, decorations on clothing, etc. </l...
9. Aqueous Spray   <ul><li>It can be applied to coating on foamed styrene, plastics, etc. It’s soluble in water before dry...
10. Oily Spray   <ul><li>It can be applied to coating on ironware, woodwork, etc. It quickly becomes dry and doesn’t drip ...
11. Resin Clay or polymer clay   <ul><li>It can be applied on modeling of plastic components. </li></ul><ul><li>Clay made ...
12. Lightweight Paper Clay   <ul><li>It can be applied on weapons, small props, components, etc according to coating patte...
See the details at: <ul><li>http://www.miccostumes.com/blog/frequently-used-materials-for-cosplay-props </li></ul>
Thank You! Website:   www.miccostumes.com Join us on :   www.facebook.com/miccostumes www.twitter.com/miccostumes Mail:   ...
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Some cosplayers may be interested in making their weapons or small accessories personally.
Then, how should you begin and what do you need?
Below, a list of frequently used materials on cosplay props is shared with you.

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  1. 1. Frequently Used Cosplay Props or Armors Materials <ul><li>Some cosplayers may be interested in making their weapons or small accessories personally. </li></ul><ul><li>Then, how should you begin and what do you need? </li></ul><ul><li>Below, a list of frequently used materials on cosplay props is shared with you. </li></ul>GO ON…
  2. 2. 1. Expanded Polyethylene <ul><li>Because of rough surface that is difficult to be painted, it is usually processed with a sheet above it. </li></ul><ul><li>Jars or tubes of rubber binder are used, in which G10 best performs. </li></ul>GO ON…
  3. 3. 2.Foamed Polyolefin Board <ul><li>It can be applied to armor or any other small props. </li></ul><ul><li>Foamed polyolefin board has exquisite textures, yet excellent practicality and intensity. </li></ul>GO ON…
  4. 4. 3. Polystyrene Foamed Plastics <ul><li>It can be applied to hard & well-knit armors, weapons, small props, etc. </li></ul>GO ON…
  5. 5. 4. Styrene Board <ul><li>It can be applied to thin weapons like knife, sword and small props. </li></ul>GO ON…
  6. 6. 5. Styrene Stick <ul><li>It can be applied to thin stick-patterned props like cigarette and accessories on clothes. </li></ul>GO ON…
  7. 7. 6. Foamed Styrene (Board) <ul><li>It can be applied to any prop if you don’t mind roughness and low durability. </li></ul>GO ON…
  8. 8. 7. Foamed Styrene (Piece) <ul><li>It can be applied to not only cosplay weapons, small props, but also photographic background, props, etc. </li></ul>GO ON…
  9. 9. 8. Foamed Styrene (Ball) <ul><li>It can be best applied on hair accessories, earrings, decorations on clothing, etc. </li></ul>GO ON…
  10. 10. 9. Aqueous Spray <ul><li>It can be applied to coating on foamed styrene, plastics, etc. It’s soluble in water before drying. But it becomes waterproof after drying and can be daubed. </li></ul>GO ON…
  11. 11. 10. Oily Spray <ul><li>It can be applied to coating on ironware, woodwork, etc. It quickly becomes dry and doesn’t drip down. </li></ul>GO ON…
  12. 12. 11. Resin Clay or polymer clay <ul><li>It can be applied on modeling of plastic components. </li></ul><ul><li>Clay made from plastic resin becomes supple in hot water. It shapes easily and can be reused after cooling. </li></ul>GO ON…
  13. 13. 12. Lightweight Paper Clay <ul><li>It can be applied on weapons, small props, components, etc according to coating pattern. </li></ul><ul><li>Extremely lightweight paper clay can be easily found and modeled. </li></ul>GO ON…
  14. 14. See the details at: <ul><li>http://www.miccostumes.com/blog/frequently-used-materials-for-cosplay-props </li></ul>
  15. 15. Thank You! Website: www.miccostumes.com Join us on : www.facebook.com/miccostumes www.twitter.com/miccostumes Mail: [email_address]

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