Easy Cosplay Foam Armor Rivets With a Glue Gun

About: Special Effects designer, nerd, maker, a monocle and high collared cape away from being a mad scientist.

Using googlie eyes for rivets on your cosplay makes tons of noise when you walk and also hand hammered rivets are never perfectly shaped and domed like googlie eyes. Let me show you a cheaper and just as easy method to put rivets on your foam armor.

Step 1: Have a Quick Watch of the Video and Links Are Below...

Foam armor rivets are easy with a glue gun. Cosplay tips tricks and tutorials. Making foam armor quick and easy.

Link to the rivet PDF: https://drive.google.com/open?id=19P1DRsKDus20lvJ4-M7LdRrvrKbtt18e

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