Elemental Photography and Design shared this quick tutorial on how she created simple fabric stamps from Worbla and 6mm Foam.
Kat Kosplay shares a video explaining how she prevents air bubbles when working with EVA foam and Worbla, and also offers more detailed advice on popping bubbles that do form. Take a look!
“…And Sewing is Half the Battle!” shared this great tip for getting cleaner, squared edges on Worbla armor and designs!
Cat’s Cosplay Kingdom has created some really impressive work, but I’ll admit I was so excited to see they came up with a way to securely attach a zipper to Worbla, for their conical underskirt!
9Flame Cosplay showed this handy trick for smoothing seams or gaps in your Worbla using scraps and a butter knife.
Darth Cleavage did some tests for us about running Worbla through a Sizzix die cut machine, and shared her results below! Sizzix Saves the Day! I find that taking on a massively detailed commission just a few months prior to a major convention often leads to these amazing, “Holy crap! Why didn’t I think of…
Not sure what type of Worbla to use where? Alice in Cosplayland created this infographic guideline on making a breastplate with Worbla’s Finest, Mesh, Black and TranspArt.
Air bubbles form when Worbla is layered, on its own or with EVA foam, and air is trapped between layers. Tiff shares a method here for removing them before painting.
Every bit of Worbla can be used, so make sure to never throw your scraps out! Here are a few ways to repurpose your Worbla scraps.