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Foam and Worbla Are Wonder Woman’s Secret Powers

Wonder Woman was a popular choice for Halloween costumes this year, and Redditor musicforwords, a.k.a. Alexis, made hers by hand. She’s pleased with how it turned out, and she should be. She used a mixture of foam and Worbla for the project and finished it with acrylic paint. She explains:

The base layer for the torso is 7mm foam, and the bra cups are worbla. The strips on top are 0.5mm foam. The eagle and the belt are also 0.5mm foam, but about 3 layers for each. Then everything was dry brushed with acrylic paint.

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