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Vriska robot arm TUTORIAL 2of2 by Anniina85 Vriska robot arm TUTORIAL 2of2 by Anniina85
A bit different Vriska Serket robot arm tutorial
~ NO COMMISSIONS ~

Part 2 - The Colors
Part 1 - The Glove
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OH GOG. This took longer than I expected! I'm sorry for the delay. ;-; traveling, school exams, social life.. you know the drill. But now it's here!

I explained pretty much EVERYTHING in this part, so this might sound like a tutorial for dummies haha. I just wanted to be thorough and explain ALL the pros and cons I went through with this process. ALL OF THEM. I hope this'll be helpful on your own path of Vriska cosplay~ <3

:heart: PS: I'd LOVE to see your results! <3

character Vriska Serket from Homestuck Andrew Hussie
all else me
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GrimxxReaper13 Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2014
OH MY GOD THIS IS SOOOOOO AWESOME!!! Neko Emoji-37 (Yay) [V2] I'm not going to use it for a Vriska cosplay, though. For a Linh Cinder cosplay. Thanks so much for making this tutorial Heart 
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Tricksterkat209 Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2014
Copic marker probably comes out in the wash, right? (not completely but I imagine the colors would run together/fade a bit)
Do you think fabric markers would be an alternative since they're supposed to be permanent?
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Anniina85 Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2014   Traditional Artist
yeah I wouldn't wash it. all the wear will fade the colors a bit too, around the fingers mostly, but nothing u couldn't fix with redoing a few lines.

well, the fabric markers won't stay well in synthetic fibers so I don't believe it to make much difference when working with tights, so still I'd go with copics, for the handy and soft blending nibs at least.
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Bottle-Me-Up Featured By Owner May 4, 2014
I'll be doing a vriska cosplay for next holloween, so this was a life saver! I'm going to have one of my friends wear the glove while I color the upper arm, just so I don't end up totally screwing up.
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NotEnoughGemiinii Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
The copic markers won't wash out if the arm is put into the washer, will they? *Has never used copics before lol*
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Anniina85 Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2014   Traditional Artist
I definitely would not recommend it, it won't last through that +_+
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HikariKoboshi Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Amazinnng!
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KhaririMoon Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2014
Are there any specific items you would recommend to use when drawing on the tights for being about the same size as your arm? I'm curious because I either want to try to find something, or I may just commandeer one of my friends arms....
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Anniina85 Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2014   Traditional Artist
umm, if you have the guidelines drawn while the glove on, then you can finish it by using, like, a piece of cardboard inside it to stretch it out enough to make the drawing easier
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aliena28898 Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
This is awesome, but I am not good enough at drawing/shading to do this ;_;

Where did you get the dice?
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