pretty cure Help

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pinkchan22
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pretty cure Help

Post by pinkchan22 » Wed Mar 25, 2009 7:21 pm

Hi Im making a costume of cure white (from the original series) and im wondering how to make the hearts on the glove thingys, i want them to kinda stick out not just lie flat ie like applique hearts, any suggestions would be awsomely apprciated! thanx

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Re: pretty cure Help

Post by BlackKnightress210 » Mon Jun 01, 2009 7:15 pm

Have you decided what you'll be doing for the hair piece and broach? My best suggestion is resin, but if you haven't used that before I can't really help you. I haven't either, though I'm personally willing to try. Hm.

Sculpty clay might work because you could paint that and gloss it over to give you that shine.

Otherwise you may get lucky looking through the accessories at department stores or in little girl's clothing stores (maybe Justice/Limited Too has something)! That's my first place to look for strange, shiny pieces. You never know what you might find~
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Re: pretty cure Help

Post by pinkchan22 » Mon Jun 08, 2009 1:00 pm

Thank you all helpful suggestions, do you know where i could get a tutorial for resin?

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Re: pretty cure Help

Post by Andichan » Thu Jul 16, 2009 1:03 pm

Wind of the Stars has a great tutorial and video tutorial on her personal cosplay site: http://www.windofthestars.com/

her costumes always look flawless, so check it out! :D
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