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    If you want to make it somewhat budget friendly but have more of a kigu style you can buy a muni muni works mask for fairly cheap off their website and paint it yourself I've seen that sometimes (depending on the size) you can get away with just using a normal wig over the top aswell which might help keep the cost down

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    Oof it's been a while Anyway turns out paint shows off all the tiny imperfections so I really should have just sanded it to begin with before I painted it Here it is sanded properly and I have 3d printed eyelashes and eyebrows too

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    My first mask (3D-printed)

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    So how did you get yours so smooth? Also while I'm going: What kinda stuff did you print the eyes in? It looks kinda glossy What kind of foam did you use for the padding? And are the eyelashes and eyebrows just tape that you've stuck to the model? Thanks

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    So I ended up using an epoxy filler instead which worked pretty well Had some printer trouble when I was making it originally so I don't 5hink it's ever going to be as smooth as I would like Anyway here is it painted

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    Here is a side view The back opens like a ladybeetle as I suspect this will help reduce warping issues since there is more cpearence made available in the middle for it to change. The middle section will have an additional clasp to hold it together eventually

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    Printed the back and fastened all the moving parts in place. 3d printed latches and hinges seem to work pretty well right now. If they break in the future then I can just replace them with another 3d printed part

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    Finished printing, filled and rough sanded

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    Finally felt comfortable starting printing a mask. I just used one of the openkig models as I assume that they're known to work Geez these things take a long time to print

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    Some good advice here. I typically take the train to cons but smoothies seem like a great solution! Thanks everyone!

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    Oh ok, That being the case how do you do lunch as a normal con gooer? My group of friends typically goes for a day and had a lunch break in the middle (would be fairly akward to tar to take off everything to have lunch I would think)

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    Hi, So this might be a stupid question but if you shouldn't take your mask off while kigging how do you drink? Should you go for a walk to somewhere more private? Do you use camelbaks or something instead so you don't have to carry around a water bottle? Thanks in advance!

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    Making a costume

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    Thanks for the help I hadn't thought about it being too difficult to glue down but it makes alot of sense

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    Making a costume

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    So I really want to try making a kigurumi suit myself For some background: I have been making my own cosplay props for a couple years now and I sew all my own cosplay outfits myself so a zentai suit seems somewhat dooable. Anyone have any material recommendations for doing it? I havent made anything stretchy like this before. Also is there a good reason I shouldn't try covering my mask with the same material I make the zentai out of? Thanks!

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    Hi!

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    Hi guys! I saw an animegao cosplayer at an event I was cosplaying at last year and Ive been super interested in it since (is this literally the only place on the internet where we exist?)