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Unread 07-28-2012, 10:12 PM   #1
okamichan
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Spidergirl Help Asap...please

Hello i need to finish this costume before the 22nd of august how would i make the web design on the May Parker spidergirl costume ?
i need to make sure it will not crack when stretched ( 4 way stretch fabric spandex)
will not fade
and will not bleed into the fabric over time/when it gets wet etc
and any suggestions for the eyes would be great !!

thanks so much to any who try to help
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Unread 07-30-2012, 02:29 PM   #2
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This guy on therpf.com did an amazing job with the reboot version of Amazing Spidey: http://www.therpf.com/f24/mcl34ns-wi...ed-6-a-140975/

(I know you said Spidergirl, but figure you could use the same methods)

He went to a lot of detail and expense I'm not sure you're willing to follow, though. He got his fabric printed by a shop after he perfected his pattern.

However, I believe he also used some puff paint for the black lines. Maybe it was just on the prototype, I'm not sure. But it seems to have worked for a few others. Try searching therpf.com for some other Spidey posts, because it seems there are a lot more comic book character cosplayers there than there are here.
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Unread 07-30-2012, 06:48 PM   #3
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This guy on therpf.com did an amazing job with the reboot version of Amazing Spidey: http://www.therpf.com/f24/mcl34ns-wi...ed-6-a-140975/

(I know you said Spidergirl, but figure you could use the same methods)

He went to a lot of detail and expense I'm not sure you're willing to follow, though. He got his fabric printed by a shop after he perfected his pattern.

However, I believe he also used some puff paint for the black lines. Maybe it was just on the prototype, I'm not sure. But it seems to have worked for a few others. Try searching therpf.com for some other Spidey posts, because it seems there are a lot more comic book character cosplayers there than there are here.
thanks so much for your help ^^
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