Wrist bracers are part of several costumes across video games and comic books. You can make them from materials such as craft foam and metal, or you can turn to Worbla. Kamui Cosplay used a mixture of craft foam and Worbla to make bracers for a wizard from Diablo III. She spent about two hours working on the the project and documented the build with tons of photos. It all started with a fairly simple paper pattern.
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