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Unread 08-03-2010, 05:10 AM   #1
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The Blizzard Costume Resource Compendium

This thread is here to compile resources that the Blizzard cosplay community draws from for constructing their costumes.

If you have made tutorials or have links to great ones which have helped you out, please post them here. For sanity's sake, even if you have posted a link elsewhere, please make a redundant post here so that I may properly archive the link.

If you are seeking help with your costume and want to ask for a specific tutorial, DO NOT POST IN THIS THREAD -- go HERE instead Be sure to check these tutorials to see if one of them may help you, though!

Feel free to post here whenever you find something useful or awe-inspiring around the web~

Bead Embroidery

Hardened Leather
Leather Armor
Leather Tooling and Carving
Pointing and Equipping Armor

Leather Blood Elf Ears
Wing Harness

Casting and Lighting
Casting Polyurethane from RTV Molds
Making Flatback RTV Molds

The Ring Lord Chainmaille
CorsetMaking.com Corset Supplies
Creative Paperclay

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Pepakura/papermache tutorial. I did this for Deathwing's jaw, but it can be applied to anything. Tutorial utilizes WoW model viewer. http://orangemoose.deviantart.com/#/d4m1ksd
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