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Attack on Titan - 3DMG by Rixari Attack on Titan - 3DMG by Rixari
I got my 3D gear all finished up for Dragon*Con! I'm very happy with how they turned out. Although, I wore them too often and they're gonna need some serious repair work before the next con lol.
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saraggman777 Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2014
Can you give tips about how to make the maneuver gear? that will be awesome!!1
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Rixari Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
(copy/pasting this, sorry xD)
Box sheathes

The base of the boxes were made using posterboard foam (super cheap at walmart), which is just hot-glued together. To hide the foam edges I glued "for sale" sign plastic over the top of the foam, and filled in the seams from that with bondo and glazing compound. The tanks were made from cardboard tubes and I glued sign plastic over the top of them as well to hide the cardboard texture. I used halves of Christmas ornaments for the rounded part at the front of them, but a lot of people are using the tops of water bottles too. The braces holding the tanks in place are made from posterboard foam as well.

Swords
The blades were made using thin plywood (which you should seal with a wood sealer if you use it). Posterboard foam would work as well, but it's not as sturdy. The base of the handles were made using wood, and the detailing over the top was made using sintra plastic. I filled in the seams with bondo. You could use craft foam for that as well, but you can't really fill in seams very well if you use it.

Back Piece/Motor/whatever the heck that thing is
The center piece was made using 6 layers of posterboard foam glued together, and then I put air-dry clay and glazing compound over the top. The side pieces were made using sintra plastic and craft foam (you could use posterboard foam in place of sintra though).

Let me know if you have any questions! I'm happy to help c:
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netalivo Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2014  Hobbyist
D: Oh my god. That's so damn perfekt! Could you please make a tutorial on how you did the harness and the 3d maneuver gear? Or at least give me some tipps? Like what material you used and so on? How long did it take you to make that costume?
That would be so awesome! :3
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Rixari Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks!
I don't plan on making a tutorial ever, but I can give you some tips at least. c;

(copy/pasting this lol)
Box sheathes

The base of the boxes were made using posterboard foam (super cheap at walmart), which is just hot-glued together. To hide the foam edges I glued "for sale" sign plastic over the top of the foam, and filled in the seams from that with bondo and glazing compound. The tanks were made from cardboard tubes and I glued sign plastic over the top of them as well to hide the cardboard texture. I used halves of Christmas ornaments for the rounded part at the front of them, but a lot of people are using the tops of water bottles too. The braces holding the tanks in place are made from posterboard foam as well.

Swords
The blades were made using thin plywood (which you should seal with a wood sealer if you use it). Posterboard foam would work as well, but it's not as sturdy. The base of the handles were made using wood, and the detailing over the top was made using sintra plastic. I filled in the seams with bondo. You could use craft foam for that as well, but you can't really fill in seams very well if you use it.

Back Piece/Motor/whatever the heck that thing is
The center piece was made using 6 layers of posterboard foam glued together, and then I put air-dry clay and glazing compound over the top. The side pieces were made using sintra plastic and craft foam (you could use posterboard foam in place of sintra though).

Belts
For these I just sewed a bunch of strips of vinyl the same width, then pieced them together afterward. The belts themselves stay in place with velcro that attaches to my shirt and pants. I got all the buckles from BuckleGuy.com

Let me know if you have any questions! And apologies for the late reply!
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netalivo Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2014  Hobbyist
Oh wow. That helps a lot! Thank you very much. (:
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Rixari Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
No problem, good luck!
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BlazeWolves Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
hello im also trying to work on an eren cosplay can you please send me a link of where you bought your vest?
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Rixari Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
My costume is handmade, sorry! ;m;
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chiwawa123 Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2014
wooooooooooooooooooow nice cosplay
the best ive seen ;)
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Allivay-Bircher Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2014  Student General Artist
best Eren ive seen :D
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