Gladzy Kei Art and Cosplay created an amazing Wonder Woman build, based on the new movie, and shared a video on the build process of the breastplate.
We’ve long thought that Worbla would be a great product to use to make lightweight mother molds, especially when weight or time are an issue – you can always recycle the Worbla when you’re done after all! And we’re so happy to see Lyz Brickley used Worbla for just that purpose in her recent casting video.
Craft Dad created another amazing Video series showing how he used Pepakura and Worbla to create a durable Darth Vader Helmet for his son’s Halloween costume, without needing to vacuform or cast any parts.
The amazingly talented Keevanski used Worbla to make these fantastic prosthetic horns out of Worbla, and created a video showing how to make and apply them.
Keevanski wanted to create some Batarangs for an upcoming costume, and ended up using quite a few methods to create different effects and finishes sand shared the results with us!
Naruvien Art&Design helps cover a subject we get asked about often: Worbla and LARP!
Erza Cosplay shows how she uses thin sections of Worbla’s Black Art to create the iconic Greek ‘wave’ detail on her upcoming costume.
Erza Cosplay shows a great way to make lightweight, sturdy horns for your cosplay using Worbla Black Art and Aluminum Foil.
LastMinuteKitchen created this video showing how you can bake TranspArt scarps in silicone moulds for a replacement for resin, great when you don’t have time to wait for things to cure or are working indoors.
If you need to make a copy of something fast, or need a very smooth mold of a prop, you can get a quick and easy pull from TranspArt, a sheet of cardboard, and a vacuum cleaner – all without having to worry abut making a special table or dealing with more toxic plastics.
If you’re looking to make a pair of convincing Digitgrade legs, take a look at this fantastic tutorial by Tim who created a great silhouette for his Minotaur and Satyr costumes without requiring stilts.
Erza Cosplay created this video showing how she made her fake breasts with Worbla, foam, and spandex for her Nakagami Armor.
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.
The incredibly talented 9Flame Cosplay created this League of Legends Orianna Costume with Worbla, foam, resin, and lots of time!
How to create a gapless system to attach armor, in areas where D-rings and straps would not be the best option.
Geordie Holly used worbla’s Black art to create a dragon for her Daenerys Targaryen cosplay when her first attempt out of polymer clay turned out to be too heavy and brittle to use as a prop. You can see her video series documenting the process here.
Air Bubbles Cosplay shared this great video showcasing how she made the lightweight TranspArt glowing gems for her Akroma, Angel of Fury costume.
A video covering the basics of LED lighting.
A comparison between EVA foam and Worbla for various projects by the lovely Coregeek Cosplay and Creations.
This Is Worbla is a video series by Elemental (aka Amanda aka the Worbla.com’s content manager) covering a wide range of topics on Worbla’s Finest Art and Worbla’s TranspArt. Part 0: Introduction Episode 01: Worbla’s TranspArt vs Finest Art Episode 02: TranspArt and Glue Episode 03: Making a filigree Bracelet or Bracer
Here are a few videos discussing the differences between Worbla’s Finest and Worbla’s TransPart, as well as tips for working with TranspArt. Transparent Worbla / Transpa-Art – Review by Kamui Lightning Cosplay shared this video showing some basic TranspArt work, including some amazing icicles. Worbla’s TranspArt introduction by The Thermoguys (Cast4Art)
Lanthea’s work is always inspiring, and she shared this video showing how she made the raised, ridged fin details for her Ariel bracers.
Kristi Kai Cosplay shared this video showing how to mould Worbla over pre-existing shapes.
Kinpatsu Cosplay shared this video of the making of her Swords for her Katarina costume from League of Legends.
Need to modify a pair of shoes? Erza Cosplay shared how she used Worbla to make Dragon Claws to add to her boots.
Erza Cosplay shared how she makes Dragon heads without armature or base in this video series.
Craft Dad created a series of videos showing how he build a sword from EVA foam and Worbla.
A video showing the process of creating Celtic knotwork details on armor and props.
A video showing the process of creating details and layers with foam prior to applying Worbla.
Bambi Cosplay shows the basics of the Sandwich Method for working with Worbla in this video.
There are many ways to paint Worbla, and Kamui Cosplay shares this video of how to use acrylics to achieve a three dimensional look.
Recorded panels about Worbla, from conventions around the world. Working with Worbla, presented at Geek Girl Con 2014 by Apocalyptic Ash Cosplay , Abi Sue Cosplay , Kit Cosplay , and Tina at Firewing Creations Video and Video Editing by: Jerikandra Cosplay
A collection of videos on mask making with Worbla.
Rhaya Cosplay shared with us how to fix seams and repair damage to Worbla pieces.
Building Automail? Fawnina shared the full build of her Lan Fan automail, which can be easily modified to apply to other characters and similar mechanical arms and legs.
Here are various methods you can use to add surface detail to your Worbla projects.
A collection of videos sharing different methods for patterning armor and accessories
A collection of videos showing different methods of creating bracers with Worbla.
Kellax Productions created this great video showing how she made a Sailor Moon Tiara from Worbla.
Kellax Productions created this great video series documenting her work with Worbla for a Justice League Hawkgirl costume.
A collection of videos to show different ways to attach your armor once you have made it, so you can wear your piece!
A collection of older videos, showing how you can use various methods to create breastplates out of Worbla.
These videos are some of the first that were created to talk about Worbla, while they’re older they still have a lot of information regarding the basics, so if you’re looking for a starting point check these out.