Cosplay can be complex and involve making intricate pieces of armor or it can be more simple and involve replicating a character’s t-shirt. All kinds of building are valid and worth highlighting. DeviantArt user HeraDrawCos, also known as Hera, is working on a Hiro Hamada cosplay and that means making a copy of his unique t-shirt. She started with a paper stencil and placed it onto a red t-shirt – this would be a great use for a freezer paper stencil. She painted the robot on with acrylic paint, but you could also use fabric paint.
And a different tutorial from Misch.Axel.
See more pictures in Hera’s DeviantArt gallery.
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