Plastiline became essential to us when creating our cosplays. We’re giving you here a short presentation of this useful and practical material that we use in many situations.
In order to complete the mage/dragonpriest costume from Skyrim, we planned on creating a dragonpriest staff. An interesting challenge, as it is a huge piece (1.80m) with a lot of details and effects that requires the use of LEDs.
Vokun: making of a resin mask
Find out how we created the Dragonpriest Mask of Vokun, from Skyrim. Included in this tutorial: Pepakura and Plastiline master modelling, creation of silicon molds, resin casting with aluminium powder (gel coat), painting and fixing systems.
Cosplay: Aela the Huntress
In this article, I will show you the progress of my Aela the Huntress outfit (Skyrim). It will be regularly updated with the latest changes (armor pieces, dress, accessories, weapons, etc.).
Amulet of Kynareth
Back with a new amulet from Skyrim: the Amulet of Kynareth. Discover how to create one using the Plastiline master, silicon mold and resin cast method. Small bonus: discovery of the stained-glass paint for a nice metallic look.
The Gauldur Amulet
In this post, you will learn how to model a Gauldur Amulet with Plastiline, and create a silicon mold to print an acrylic resin cast. This tutorial also gives you painting advice for a more realistic outcome. Last but not least, we will show you how to make teeth with Fimo paste!