Redditor Itty_Bitty_Rawrz finished her first costume and completed her ensemble with an impressive accessory — a motorcycle. She dressed as Celty from Durarara and made the character’s helmet and scythe. Here’s how she modified an existing helmet to make it more closely match Celty’s:
But as far the craft portion.. Pulled all the extra vents.. Filled it in with clay.. Sanded everything.. Measured out the foam board by using tin foil for the curve, hot glued the crap out of the foam board to each piece.. Clay molded it to the helm as well so both clay and glue to adhere it… Made a separate stencil for the S.. Then spray painted everything… Fin.
Oh and TONS of sanding… Lol stupid clay. Had to mess with that the most so it wouldn’t be so heavy hehe. But that foam board is a God send and pretty sturdy.
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