How to dremel perfect Foam Bevels for Cosplay!

Learn with our books: https://www.kamuicosplay.com/booksSupport us making videos: https://www.patreon.com/kamuicosplay Creating perfect foam edges and bevels with the Dremel / rotary tool can be quite tricky. So here are a few handy tips on how to become a Dremel master quickly! I tried to show you …

10 Tips for Cosplay Motivation

Learn with our books: https://www.kamuicosplay.com/booksSupport us making videos: https://www.patreon.com/kamuicosplay You have cosplay burnout and can’t find the motivation or inspiration to start working again? I think everyone feels like that sometimes! Cosplay is supposed to be a fun hobby and should never feel like a …

Getting in shape for Cosplay?

Learn with our books: https://www.kamuicosplay.com/booksSupport us making videos: https://www.patreon.com/kamuicosplay Do you need to get in shape for cosplay? No, of course not. But I’m often getting asked what my workout routine is and what I eat to get in shape – so here are your …

My first 10 (shitty) costumes!

Learn with our books: https://www.kamuicosplay.com/booksSupport us making videos: https://www.patreon.com/kamuicosplay Remember, everyone starts small! When you want to start with cosplay, you might compare yourself to other more experienced cosplayers and that can be quite intimidating. By looking at all these huge armors and amazing builds, …

How to get started with Foam Armor

Learn with our books: https://www.kamuicosplay.com/booksSupport us making videos: https://www.patreon.com/kamuicosplayGet the free Mini Guide: https://www.kamuicosplay.com/product/… EVA foam is a great and affordable material for cosplay! So I made a tutorial on how to get started, where to find the products and everything you need to know …

Our Favorite Cosplay From Sakura-Con 2019

Cosplay GalleryA showcase of some of the best photos and video from cosplay events around the world. Credits provided where possible, but if we’ve missed something [let us know and we can add](mailto:plunkett@kotaku.com)!   Seattleā€™s Sakura-Con is one of the biggest anime shows of the year, …

I’m making a Big Barda cosplay (from the DC comics) and most of the arm/leg/midriff area is covered in blue scaled material, whether it’s got depth or is just a print differs based on the artist. I want to give it some kind of detailed texturing like making foam scale mail, or perhaps quilting a scale pattern? although I still feel like that might feel a bit flat for my tastes. However it covers high movement areas (elbows/knees/waist) do you have any ideas of flexible texturing to give it depth

I’m making a Big Barda cosplay (from the DC comics) and most of the arm/leg/midriff area is covered in blue scaled material, whether it’s got depth or is just a print differs based on the artist. I want to give it some kind of detailed …