Stella Chuu recently used TranspArt and cellophane to create her tails, and shared the process with us.
Worbla was at USITT a few months ago and spoke with RIT about their Polyester DyeMore line and their new Proline series. We’d discussed how these dyes might work on Worbla products – and Rit set us up with dye to test ourselves. This ended up being a pretty in-depth test over a few weeks,…
Ivorivet created this stunning wig for her Amethyst from Houseki no Kuni, achieving a glossy, crystalline look. She shared her process with us below!
Naruvien Art&Design has been experimenting with creating decor with Worbla products, and this hanging, glowing snowflake is a beautiful piece for the holidays or your Snow Queen costume.
Belles Crazy Cosplay created this tutorial using TranspArt to create her High Elf Shadow Warrior Bow from Warhammer
Kazzy Cosplay created this tutorial for round three of our TranspArt Competition, creating a frosted Sejuani Helmet & Flail from League of Legends
Careko created this tutorial for Round Three of the TranspArt Competition of a Manga-Style Moon Kaleidoscope Wand from Sailor Moon that lights up while defeating enemies.
Valkyrie Studios created this tutorial of her glowing TranspArt blade.
Gothichamlet of Cowbutt Crunchies Cosplay created this tutorial for our third round of the TranspART Competition, showcasing her fiery headpiece for her original Princess Celestia design.
Melting Mirror created this creepy and lifelike glowing heart with TranspArt and shared the process with us!
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.
Air Bubbles Cosplay shared this great video showcasing how she made the lightweight TranspArt glowing gems for her Akroma, Angel of Fury costume.
Need to make some fake fire? This tutorial will show how to craft your own handheld flame out of TranspArt dyed with iDyePoly.
Amanda of Elemental Photography and Design created this tutorial for tinting or dying TranspArt with iDyePoly dyes.
Melting Props,Cosplay & Projects shared this tutorial on using TranspArt to make clear domes you can then paint or tint any colour! These domes are perfect for round crystals, robot eyes and goggles that you can actually see out of.
Melting Props,Cosplay & Projects shared this tutorial on how to make lightweight, perfectly smooth horns with Worbla’s TranspArt that you can paint either opaque, or with transparent paints so that they can be lit with an LED!
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.