Cut one 1 slit and position the craft foam so that the ends overlap each other then temporarily tape it down using some masking tape. Do this a couple times with more slits of various lengths until you get a rudimentary curved looking 3D foam shape. You can mark off with a pen or pencil where you should cut out the darts, then take off all the tape and cut the pieces.
Try the finished craft foam cups on and see that they cover your full breast sides and all. Also, if the cleavage type you need is different, the shape I made is not necessary. You might make the top a bit different shape. The reason I chose to cut the fake boobs this way is because I needed a v-neck plunge, so the tops of mine are pointy. After you have those craft foam pieces, you need to use yellow upholstery foam. This type of foam is important because I tried to use softer stuff and it collapses so easily.
Photo from spana original Japanese tutorial. Also see crunchyroll link here. Stretch the foam onto the shape. DO NOT rip it or cut darts. Foam is pliable so see how Altiera spana used clips to hold it on?? You can do the same, I just used hair clips. Hot glue will warp craft foam though, and hot glue stays hot for a long time on yellow foam, so be VERY careful not to burn yourself if you use hot glue! Find a stretch knit fabric. Stretch the fabric over and use some pins or clips to hold it in place careful to not rip your foam.
Hot glue the fabric edges to the inside of the cups. To make the breats more realistic, you can add liquid latex flesh tone. I first did a test on a scrap piece of knit fabric to see how many layers I needed before I got a skin-like texture. I got a bag of Popsicle sticks and dipped one in the liquid latex then used the stick to smooth it onto the fabric. One layer soaked up a lot so it became very rough looking. Once it dried, I brushed on a layer of baby powder. Liquid latex needs to be brushed with powder after every coat.
I added a second coat of liquid latex using the popsicle sticks. Throw out the popsicle sticks after every use, and use lots. It gets smoother than a sponge and is much cheaper than brushes. I then lightly POURED liquid latex directly from the bottle onto the boob and manipulated the boob around so that the entire thing got coated this way.
I let the excess DRIP off and onto the work board underneath. Do both boobs this way. You can probably use make-up to paint the latex as an alternative to airbrushing. There are plenty of latex painting tutorials on the web! To add straps, you can simply sew some on to the excess fabric that was glued into the inside of the boob cups. Reinforce your sewing stitches with hot glue. You can add a small piece of fabric in between the breasts as well to help hold them together.
Posts Likes Ask a question Archive. What material are they made out of? Also see crunchyroll link here 5. Trim off any dried drips of liquid latex that collected on the edges of your boobs. See this in the app Show more.
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