One especially tricky aspect of cosplay is making fresh pieces of foam and new clothes look like they’ve been through the ringer. It’s not simple to weather something convincingly, so Tested talked to an expert on the subject: Doug Stewart. He’s spent over 20 years working on costumes for films, and he shares some of his tips for making fabric, foam, Worbla, and more look lived in.
via Fashionably Geek
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