Pretzl Cosplay shared this video explaining how she uses extra scraps of Worbla and a sanding tool to hide her seams created during joining pieces, especially when they are built using the sandwich method.
9Flame Cosplay showed this handy trick for smoothing seams or gaps in your Worbla using scraps and a butter knife.
Getting the very smoothest finish on your Worbla to achieve the best possible metallic paint effect is a multi-step process. The wonderful Anathiell broke down how she achieved her fantastic gold accessories for her Vincent Valentine costume in this video.
We’ve seen some amazing finishes coming from customers using the Goldwax by Pebeo, and this video from Pretzl Cosplay shows the process she used to paint her bow with acrylics and Goldwax on her bow made from Black Worbla.
Rinkujutsu gave us this writeup regarding how she used Flexbond to create a smooth finish for their Magic Armor from Legend of Zelda.
“…And Sewing is Half the Battle!” ran Flexbond through the paces and gave us this fantastic writeup, covering both Foam and Worbla use.
The awesome 9Flame Cosplay shared this video showing the process of using fiberglass resin to prime or smooth your Worbla before painting for a smooth finish.
Amanda of Elemental Photography and Design created this tutorial for tinting or dying TranspArt with iDyePoly dyes.
AllieCat Art and Cosplay shared this great tutorial on how to achieve the look of her painted armor for her Lieutenant Allison Jakes from Privateer Press: Warmachine
If you’re using Worbla’s finest art and need a realistic wood finish, here are two tutorials by Ellebasi Cosplay on how to achieve the look!
A simple tutorial using TranspArt as a protective layer on Worbla to create a thick, glossy finish that can’t be damaged.
Worbla’s Transpart makes an excellent top layer to create a perfectly smooth and highly glossy finish for your armor and props.
Looking to ready your Worbla for painting? Here is a breakdown of the common methods for priming Worbla, their pros and cons, and what might work best in your situation!
There are many ways to paint Worbla, and Kamui Cosplay shares this video of how to use acrylics to achieve a three dimensional look.
There are multiple methods for prepping Worbla for painting, and Monki Maker shares a great writeup on their preferred method.
Rhaya Cosplay shared with us how to fix seams and repair damage to Worbla pieces.
Looking to get a super smooth surface for your paint? Coregeek Cosplay and Creations created this helpful graphic to show you how. This isn’t the only way to get a smooth surface, but it hands down the best, smoothest surface we’ve seen!