Because we are often asked about laser cutting Worbla, we reached out to SmallRiniLady to run tests with her new Glowforge desktop laser printer, as she had previously run tests on cutting Worbla on the Universal & Epilog Laser Cutters for us (that you can see here). You can read her full report with examples…
Downen Creative Studios has discovered that Worbla products can be cut using a Cricut – the trick is multiple cuts!
They put together this fantastic video explaining the process and settings, and also a handy infographic for you to reference!
If you’ve recently purchased or been given Worbla and are looking for a project to start with, we’ve curated a list of our simpler tutorials and projects you can use as a launching point for your adventures with the Worbla’s Art product line! First, we suggest you make yourself familiar with the folding and sandwich…
An eyecatching crystal and horned headpiece tutorial by Tutorial by Jenna Elise Cosplay.
A tutorial by a href=”https://www.facebook.com/BamzyCosplay/” target=”_blank” rel=”noopener”>Bamzy Cosplay showing how they used Pearly Art Scales to create their dragon scale bracer.
Worbla.com is working with Element Creations for her Princess Zelda build, and she shared her first tutorial with us on creating Zelda’s iconic shoulder pauldrons out of Worbla’s Black and Red Art.
Gladzy Kei needed a lot of matching designs for her armored Esmerelda design – so she’s shared her process of creating designs from pearly art, then using a simple 2-part mold putty to create molds to make duplicates.
DiGi Rin Cosplay used Pearly Art and TranspArt to help her bring this amazing bow to life for her sinOalice Gretel costume. She shared the process with us, and you can see the steps she took to create this oversized piece to complement her costume!
The incredibly talented NsomniaksDream used Worbla to create fantastical accessories to complete her her Dragon Makeup look and shared tutorials on how she created the ears and horns with us.
Kobracast Art makes fantastic lightweight ears that are easily formed and worn for a variety of shapes. Check out our tutorials on the process here.