I’ve explained what EVA foam is–from the different types of thickness and just a few different types of it, to a basic list of pros and cons of the material. With this part we’re going to go more in detail of what I covered in the first part. Not only that, I’ll be covering the different aspects of working with it. Like using a heat gun, what different primers you can use and why they’re important, etc. So let’s get started shall we?
Hey everyone, welcome to my new series: What the bleep am I doing?! An Artist’s guide to all things creative. Basically, this entire article series/blog category is for everyone to find tips and info on everything that they may be either confused on, don’t know how to go about, or really don’t know what the bleep they are doing. I decided to create this series because when I was just a beginning writer, cosplayer, creator in general I literally had no idea what I was doing. I still have a lot of times where I frankly have no clue. So, to help that confusion and frustration, I am going to start writing these articles on everything I learned and info on what I wish I knew when I first started taking on different projects. Because who doesn’t need a helping hand every now and then? So, let’s get started with the very first article for this category! EVA Foam! Part one. Because let’s face it, there is a lot to know about this material. Annnd if I just used one article to describe it, it would be way too long. So, on we go!
Ever wanted to make a sword from your favorite anime–like Demon Slayer, but didn’t know how? Well here’s the tutorial for you my little Rebel!