joshtimasprime: Holy crap, I am so sorry for the first comment replying to this on having so many spelling errors. I wrote it out fast and didn't notice. The errors are as listed: can't should be can, temonstrate should be demonstrate and com should be come.
joshtimasprime: Don't call me derpy when you're the retard that used you're wrong in your first comment to me. I don't preach my own methods and channel, I don't think I have said com to my channel a single time unless someone asked about it or it was to temonstrate the right way to do it. You can't do whatever the freak you want, I was just saying its stupid, over complicated and doesn't yield as good of a result as just cutting the angle in when you cut the piece out.
Jora Shepard: Derpy, you did say that. On one of the videos I watched regarding pepakura printing, and those methods used. In addition to that, your comments have been on 2 other videos I've watched, preaching your own methods and channels. For the record, jack ass, people usually comment a joke or to say 'good job'. Not to call one another incompetent. So keep yourself in check.
joshtimasprime: I never said you can't, so don't put words in my mouth. I said it's stupid and over complicated to do this when its easier to just cut it at an angle when cutting the piece out. I also never freaking said my videos were useful or better so shut the freak up about them. I have links in the description to better tutorials and I note that in the videos. My videos on not tutorials, they are vlogs dumbass. I only show small tutorials on basic crap inside the vlog.
Jora Shepard: You're videos aren't useful. I checked. Now mind your own business. Should we want to do it this way, who are you to say we can't?
Graham C: One word. Stanley.
joshtimasprime: I only had an attitude because you started off saying it sucks before you've seen it. My suit is top of the line, one of the best. I've got vlogs detailing the building of the helmet and update vlogs showing the armor pieces as I've got them built.
Mark Cagle: No thanks. Your attitude pretty much told me all I need to know.
joshtimasprime: Why don't you watch my videos and see for yourself, jackass?
Mark Cagle: Must look terrible then.
Mark Cagle: Totes can.
Mark Cagle: And be sure to breath in all those lung fortifying fumes!
Andrew Brannan: Seems inefficient. You melt to cut out the piece, then trim, then melt flat, then trim, then melt bevel, then melt flatter and trim again. Why not just cut the bevel when you are originally cutting out the piece?
Tóth Zsolt: so what do you suggest?
UncommonSituations: no lead is deadly
PluralGam3r: Graphite lead is deadly!
JeffroTV2: Doing it this way, it will take you 2 months just to make a breast plate.
joshtimasprime: I don't need to do research when I actually build this stuff. Lmao. Get some experience before you comment.
Uriah Funk: If you know what you are doing you can. Lmao. Do some research before you comment.
Uriah Funk: Yep. Use sandpaper to smooth any rough spots if you don't have a hot knife.
Uriah Funk: Well hello there Adam Hazy!
UnitedPropBuilders: Either one should work just fine as long as its not dull
officialbazaargaming: could this be done with an Exacto knife or a rasor knife?
vicky valerio: it is called the cutting tool? I gave him like :)
Stefanie Elle: Do a google search for "Interlocking Floor Mat" or "EVA Interlocking Floor Mat" or "foam floor tiles"...you will find them in that search. I purchased them at my local hardware store as shop flooring. Good luck!
cutefightergirlable: Hellow uhm where did you get the foam? I live in the Netherlands but i can't find it and i cant find it on the internet so can you plz help ?
joshtimasprime: That's stupid. Just cut it at an angle and its SO much easier. My suit is turning out perfect and I haven't used any sand paper. I also use 1/4 inch eva foam which is a better thickness.
UnitedPropBuilders: you need to start with 180 or 220 then go up to 600 grit then plastidip it
joshtimasprime: Have you ever tried it? It freaks up the foam and ruins it.
UnitedPropBuilders: yes you can.
joshtimasprime: You can't sand foam you dumbass.
joshtimasprime: Like an hour or so. Depending how big the piece is.
Jacob Neal: Alright, thanks man
UnitedPropBuilders: I havent as long as you hold it together till its dry or mostly dry
Jacob Neal: Alright, thanks man. Say, do you ever have problems with the hot glue failing to hole it all together?
UnitedPropBuilders: I have never used super glue on foam but I have a feeling it might not stick
Jacob Neal: Would super glue work? Or would it dissolve the foam?
UnitedPropBuilders: home depot or lowes but I would recommend Harbor freight if you have one ... i sadly dont :(
SpartanC4: or where do you buy the foam?
SpartanC4: Where can you buy the Foam?
Andrew Beaver: Seriously not Trying to sound like a douche here... But that doesn't really explain too much.
Gustavo Flores: i think you could use a dremell rotary tool, i just love that thing.
Hank Martin: Use a bloody stanly knife... cut out 70% of the time wasted with that hot knife and scissors. P.S melting plastic with out a respirator?...
nazgull2k11: I was saying the SAME thing.. all that work with scissors and hot knife etc.. 10 seconds w/ the sand paper will achieve a smoother result MUCH quicker.
bobyo hovio: can't you just sand down the edges with very fine sandpaper?
miguelwieland: Ever thought of fibre glassing over the foam? You could end up with something strong and light and once sanded and painted it would be awesome
tommy tran: Well for me the armor i make is take a bunch of cardboard and wrapp is around my torso arms and legs with tape
UnitedPropBuilders: its a wood burner for detailing got it for around 10$
Chuck Norris: What soldering iron is that.
Adam N. Webber: I do this. I find that if you hit the connection with a heat gun, before you sand it, it gives you a nice firm surface to sand, with very little left over "burrs". Of course, this can warp and shrink your foam, so you do need to compensate accordingly.