Worbla Transpa Art Tutorial by Laura Jansen

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it’s a LOT like a basic clear vinyl sheeting, it just has more stretch. If you’re stretching the transpa-art stuff over a base its better, but if you’re trying to build something the heightened thermoreactivity is not worth the cost differential. Heavy weight clear vinyl is like 6$/yd

Com teus olhos beijos e abraços meu mundo novamente pode brilhar, meu sorriso teve porque aparecer e minha vida novamente viver. Contigo sou mais que feliz contigo sou alguém contigo vôo mais que alto transpaço o espaço mergulho no oceano e vou de encontro a ti meu único anjo. Deitado contigo sentindo teu toque, teu cheiro, teu perfume e ouvindo tua voz me fazendo pensar “SOU GRATO POR TUDO PRINCIPALMENTE POR TE AMAR”
Team Paraluna Cosplay
1. WHAT YOU’LL NEED: a shoe, some transparant foil, painter’s tape, Resacast resin (and harder) and of course some Transpa Art! (Transpa art pictured on the left but it’s hard to photograph, since it’s transparent and all…. wink emoticon )
Optional: Resin tints

2. PATTERN: Then wrap the shoe in foil and then cover it with painter’s tape. You can then draw your patterns directly on the shoe! After you do that, carefully cut out the pattern. Pictured is a pattern for both the sides of the shoe and sole, and the smaller part is the heel. [Edit: you cut the Transpa Art using the pattern to get a better fit.]

3. SHAPING: Then slowly start heating the Transpa Art around the shoe. Be very careful, it will get hot and melty! If you want to smooth it out, the best way is to press a damp cloth to the hot Transpa Art. That way you can smooth it out without burning your
fingers. smile emoticon Work your way around the nose of the shoe, over the sides to the back. Put on the heel separately. You can fuse the Transpa Art seams together by heating them up until it looks like jelly, and then firmly pressing the edges together with your damp cloth. Continue until you’ve got the entire shoe covered.

4. REMOVE: Trim the excess edges and then remove the Transpa Art from the shoe and close the back seam by fusing the edges. Your outer layer is now done grin emoticon

5. RESIN: Then it’s time to fill the heel with resin. Normal resin will cure transparant, but I decided to add some tints to my resin to get a blue gradient and make it look extra fancy wink emoticon Slush some resin through the base of the shoe and along the sides as well to strenghten it.

6. FINISHING UP: Insert some gel pads for extra comfort aaaaaandd…… DONE!!

source tutorial by Team Paraluna Cosplay
They list a source for the materials as well