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Getting rid of detailing seams for a piece where both sides show~

1. Here’s your base piece you want to detail. Both sides of this piece will be showing.
2. Cut out a 2 layer strip the exact size you want it.
3. Stick that strip to a flat one layer piece on the edge.
4. Cut out another strip and leave a space, then cut the other edge.
5. Place the first side of the strip on one side of your piece and turn it over.
6. Carefully fold over the other side to stick it.

And there you have it.  This is the result of my piece on my bracer. Hope this is helpful to you!

Hey! I thought the 4th was the last but here’s a 5th way to get rid of worbla detailing seams! This one works great for when you have detail that is only on the outer edge for a moment. 

1. Here’s one of many detail seams being created on the edge. 

2. Put wood filler into the cracks and wait for it to dry.

3. Sand the filler well so that it becomes nice and smooth.

4. Prime the surface with whatever method you prefer.  For this I tried spray primer. 

5. Here’s the finished seamless edge. 

Now your piece looks clean.  This can be applied to any seam on any piece.  I’m going to use this method for the whole cosplay! Happy building!

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Rose Quartz Sword - Steven Universe Prop Tutorial
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Just finished my tutorial for Rose Quartz’s Sword from Steven Universe. Hope you can enjoy it!