Kamui Cosplay is a master of using Worbla for armor. She’s made several costumes from the material and written tutorials and entire ebooks on the topic. Though you can purchase The Book of Armor Making for detailed guides, you can get quick tutorials by following her Facebook page. She recently posted this helpful collage showing how to making an armor pattern based on a shoe using masking tape and paper. Once the Worbla’s cut, you can use a heat gun to form it over the shoe and add detailing with Worbla scraps.
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