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My finished suit. by ComfortablyEccentric My finished suit. by ComfortablyEccentric
This is the outcome of my cowl and new gloves. Weee! I wish I had someone to take awesome photos of this suit.
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ArteDigitalSA Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2012  Student General Artist
awesome!!! can you help me doing my own bat-mask?
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:iconcomfortablyeccentric:
PM with questions.
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ArteDigitalSA Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2012  Student General Artist
first, i want to know how to make it. Second,the gloves, and third, the cape. That's my questions
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:iconcomfortablyeccentric:
The suit can be done with a serging sewing machine or you can get a black zentai suit and glue or iron on a bat symbol but be carefull not to melt the materials if you choose to iron on. The spikes on the gloves are made from air-dry clay and glue to a piece of foamsheet that's cut along the arm. Make holes big enough to fit the spikes through on your gloves and then glue the material to the foam piece underneath. I made the cape using this tutorial: [link]. The cowl was made from cardboard and lightweight spackle. I have photos on here of the cowl's early stage. If you have trouble manipulating the cardboard look up featherweight's helmet tutorials.
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ArteDigitalSA Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2012  Student General Artist
thanks for your help!!!i'll try to make my best
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Uber-Stooge Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2012
Well done, lose the pose and setting too
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:iconcomfortablyeccentric:
Didn't have a lot of options.
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