I just use one sheet of worbla to make it not that hard an stiff While I make this shoe I make a fitting test after each layer to see if I can still move in them and in the end I can just say the shoes are as comfortable as 5€ ebay shoes can be XD with or without the worbla
Its a type of kinda plastic that is great for making hard props, parts of cosplays, and accessories. You heat it up with heat-gun, and then mold it over a mold or into whatever shape you need, and then it stays in that shape when it cools.
Online is the cheapest way I think, because the prices allow free shipping, and you can get more than you can at stores. Ive never seen it in a craft store, but Im sure you could find it in a store that sells things to make plastic models, like hobby shops.
Most cosplayers that Ive spoken to have gotten it from Yaya Han's online store.
Wirklich ein tolles tutorial sehr hilfreich <3 leider muss ich mir was wegen dem Spritzspachtel einfallen lassen da ich darauf ne allergie habe aber da hab ich schon ein anderes mittel für ansosnsten echt super <3
Nope not a single drop glue needed. Since you warp the worbla in the first step direct and tight on the shoe it can't fall off. All the other parts are connected via the "glue" quality of the worbla itself when heated up.