How to Make a Cosplay Sword?

How can I make a sword for cosplay? This seems like being discussed by many cosplay devotees anytime. We are lucky to find this cosplay tutorial, created by Crimson-Shirou. He comes from Singapore. In his words, he feels interested in anime, art, gaming, manga, photography, RPGs and any finer thing in life. Thanks very much, Crimson-Shirou. This will be helpful for most of us. Now, browse downwards.

How to Make a Cosplay Sword

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  1. Rebecca
    Posted July 26, 2012 at 12:32 am | Permalink

    I am trying to make the heavenly sword from the PS3 game heavenly sword. I just decided to take a crack at it without really looking into how others make them..oops. I took a long plastic duster handle and I cut out two pieces of cardboard into the shape of the blade. I put the handle in between the cardboard and secured the handle and the cardboard together. It was looking pretty good and to smooth out the edges I paper mached the blade. I let it dry and then spray painted the blade but then it started cracking… I really don’t know what to do…I was wondering if there was something I could put over the blade to smooth the cracks out. The blade is a interesting shape so I dont know if PVU would work. Should I dip it in plaster? I really don’t know what to do. If you have any suggestions I would really appreciate them. Thank you for your time!

    • Kevin
      Posted July 26, 2012 at 1:38 am | Permalink

      This tutorial was made by Crimson-Shirou. You should totally ask for help from him. You can find him at .

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