San Diego Comic-Con is coming up, and if you want to up your cosplay game, you can pick up some tips in a new video about slush casting from Tested. This method could apply to a crafting prop you want to use alongside your costume or to a replica helmet you want to display in your home. Frank Ippolito specifically discusses the slush or rotocasting process as it applies to helmets in the above how-to.
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