Aaron Beer: I made it myself. Just go to woodprix webpage if you'd like do the same
Dominique Hipolito: Are yoga mats okay for the foam?
Sakon Iimoken: Grab knowledge where you can. This is cool stuff.
Remington Mcneese: I'm sure the best instruction is on woodprix website.
Vaishali Shah: i need his shield
daylight living: But how strong is that shield?
Keli Weisgerber: Just google woodprix ;) I've found great handbooks on this website. Great plans and instructions for everyone.
Decreamos: Where do you get the cardboard? He said each piece is a half inch right?
Маша Арсентьева: i made it too. just used woodprix instructions. just click the pig on that website :)))
Richard Smith: Don't normally comment but just wanted to say thank you for making it. Used this guide to make my oldest a shield for her costume this year. We used dollar store foam core instead of cardboard and an old nylon belt of the kids for straps. Other that that followed it to the letter and its amazing.
Abnormal Vic: THE LITTLE BOY IS SO CREATIVE AND CUTE!!!
Mr.Lambie: This was really good and I could understand you clearly now I can have fun as you say!!!!
Le Maarten: Great video!
Roel van der Burgt: Aren´t you supporsed to use latex on these?
TheHuskyRiot Gaming: How would you put like a sigil on this?
01Lagiacrus901: "You can see the back side is still messy. But, who cares!?" XD
Spooky Ghost: Could this take a full on run to a shoulder or something and still stay together?
Marika Howell: is this larp legal?
Sun Praiser: Made one. I didn't really believe it, but I tried it in a LARP, and, oh god, it worked really well. It was light, lighter than any wooden shield, and really though. I took heavy hits, fell on it, fell in the mud, it was raining for a few hours, I had no problems at all.
I recommand it, to anyone searching for a good and cheap shield. Made mine for less than $10.
James Tello Jr.: try foamcore posterboard- more durability