Quiver & Sheath By Crofty Cosplay – Shadow of the Tomb Raider Tutorial

View in 1080p! I’m always trying to figure out ways to make cosplay props on a budget and still make them look good. To make both the Shadow of the Tomb Raider quiver and sheath, it barely cost me $20 because I used all affordable supplies and even found the perfect dark brown

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Lara’s Pants By Crofty Cosplay – Shadow of the Tomb Raider Tutorial

View in 1080p! These pants. This whole cosplay has been challenging, but I’ve been loving it so far. A lot of the awesome Lara Croft cosplayers out there have taken black leggings, cut out the knees and slipped the pieces on over their cargo pants. GENIUS. However, 

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Makeshift Knife By Crofty Cosplay – Shadow of the Tomb Raider Tutorial

View in 1080p! I love craft foam. It’s so cheap and easy to work with that I always try to make my cosplay props with it if it makes sense to. Especially knives! You can use EVA foam, or the thicker pieces of craft foam you can find at your local craft stores. 

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Dropleg Holster Tutorial – Shadow of the Tomb Raider

Released July 7th 2018 | Updated August 5th 2018 Very easy customization of an existing drop leg holster, all i needed to do is paint it and stitch in some detail , and it was ready! What i needed: – Yellow paint – Mod Podge – Yellow thread – needle – masking tape – paint brush Reference:

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Recurve Bow Tutorial – Shadow Of The Tomb Raider Tutorial

Reference:   [What I used] – 3 Sheets of 36 x 24 inch Foam board – 2 Sheets of 18 x 12 inch Craft Foam – Hot Glue Gun and Glue sticks – Xacto knife and 3 blade refills to keep sharp – Small Hacksaw – Acrylic Paint: Brown, Beige, Black – Screw driver to scratch the paint – Sealer optional to seal the paint job Total Cost: Under 20 US Dollars.

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Quiver Strap / Harness – Shadow of the tomb raider tutorial

  What i used: – 1 inch black nylon webbing – 1.5 inch black or dark brown nylon webbing – 2 inch tan / beige nylon webbing – 1 inch slide – 1 inch side release buckle – 1 inch oval ring x 2 – hot glue gun and glue sticks – the usual tools like scissors and a lighter for sealing the ends of the nylon webbing   Reference

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Makeshift Knife – Shadow of the Tomb Raider Tutorial

Reference: A4 Template: http://tombraidercosplay.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/knifetemplate.png Label: http://tombraidercosplay.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/knifetemplate2.png Print both on A4 paper, (fit to page) and they should be perfect! What you need: – Hot glue gun – Hot glue sticks approximately 25 – wax paper – brown leather cording – green para cord – silver duct tape – 2 eyelets Picture tutorial coming soon for easy translation

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Bow Ornament – Shadow of the Tomb Raider Tutorial

 Reference: What you’ll need: Natural White – 3 Strand Cotton Twisted Cord black paint red paint yellow paint electrical tape mod podge sealer paint brushes cut three pieces 14, 16 and 22 inches, and tie off the ends with a knot, then use some glue to make sure the ends do not unravel. join them together with a 4th piece. place electrical tape according to the reference photo, or something close to it paint the base red the middle brown and yellow you should have something that looks like…

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Rise of the Tomb Raider Atlas Tutorial

Reference: What you will need: – A sheet of foamboard – Silver/Grey spray paint – Hot glue gun and glue sticks – Light http://ebay.to/2bJMJbE – Blade – small gems http://ebay.to/2bRULNZ – one bigger red gem http://ebay.to/2bEchcm Templates: Templates print on 3 A4 pieces of paper. Mini Atlas if you want it:

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Temple of Osiris – Isis staff tutorial

HOW TO MAKE LARA CROFT AND THE TEMPLE OF OSIRIS STAFF  BY SARA CROFT Reference: The staff seems to be a winged scarab with an ankh on top and acting as a handle. What you need: A long wooden stick of some sort like a broom stick or a long dowel Foamboard Craft foam Gold Spray paint Polymer Clay or Air dry clay Paper Hot glue gun and glue sticks Start by printing the top part of the staff on your regular piece of A4 paper, but make it as big as…

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Rise Of the Tomb Raider Recurve Bow Tutorial

Mr Bill Doran from Punished Props was hired by Crystal Dynamics to make the Rise of the Tomb Raider bow and in this video he explains how he made a perfect replica. We contacted him and he gave us permission to post his video here, so Enjoy! Bow Info: Byzantine Recurve, made from field maple, etched symbols at the ends and has geometric patterns painted in gold. Reference:  (click to enlarge)

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Rise Of the Tomb Raider Arrows Tutorial

Reference:  What you need:  Begin by covering the fletchings with masking tape so you don’t get any paint on them. If your arrows are already brown , you may skip this step. Paint the arrow completely brown. Next paint the fletching black and white and the nock a dark gray. For the arrow that you use with the bow, cut a piece of worbla (2 x 2 inches) , heat it up and wrap it around the end. While the worbla is still hot, cut it into two in the…

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Rise of the Tomb Raider Jacket Weathering Tutorial

Reference:  The jacket is men’s military hooded, silver snap closure, 2 pockets, canvas material, olive drab color, oversized, rolled up sleeves, asymmetrical hem, leather bindings around the left arm and the right wrist. What you need:  – A Jacket that is as close to the above description as possible. – Brown leather bindings – Paint for weathering – Thread and needle in the same color of your jacket 1. I took a piece of scrap leather and tied it around the right wrist, then glued it down so it does…

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Rise Of The Tomb Raider Nagant Revolver Tutorial

If you are like me and can’t spend $100-150 dollars on an airsoft copy of this pistol. I offer you an alternative. Not only is it expensive but the M1895 model is very different from Lara’s gun. For one, the weapon pictured in the reference photos is a top break revolver which means the frame is hinged at the bottom front of the cylinder. Releasing the lock and pushing the barrel down exposes the rear face of the cylinder. The Nagant M1895 is a swing out cylinder which means that…

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Rise of the Tomb Raider Holster Tutorial by Jenn Croft

Rise of the Tomb Raider Holster Foam Version Rise of the Tomb Raider Holster Leather Version This holster was a fun project to work on, since it required me to try some new techniques in leather crafting that I haven’t used before. A little bit about the design… thanks to a friend’s help I was able to identify the design as reminiscent of the old hollywood style western drop holster, which includes a holster that attaches to the belt (or backing) via a flap at the top of the holster…

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Rise of the Tomb Raider Quiver tutorial by Jenn Croft

Rise of the Tomb Raider Quiver by Jenn Croft The Rise of the Tomb Raider quiver was a fun project and relatively cheap to make. I worked on this as a collaborative effort with Meagan Marie (all photos courtesy of her). All of the materials came from Tandy Leather and cost around $100USD to make TWO quivers, one for Meagan and one for me.  (~$50USD per quiver) Here are my list of supplies, many of which included enough for two quivers, such as the leather, thread, straps, and belt: Rawhide-…

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Rise of the Tomb Raider Rifle Ammo Pouch Tutorial by Jenn Croft

Rise of the Tomb Raider Rifle Ammo Pouch This was a fun little project to do and didn’t take a whole lot of money to make since I had leather from other projects. Here is what I used: 15″x15″ piece of untanned medium/thick leather hide 1 small strip of medium/thick leather hide for the closure tab on the lid two strips and one tiny strip of brown garment quality leather (from remnants) Button Stud- $3.50ea http://www.tandyleather.com/en-usd/search/searchresults/11310-02.aspx Waxed Polyester Thread- $5 http://www.tandyleather.com/en-usd/home/department/lacing/1206-02.aspx Dye (Dark Mahogany and Dark Brown)- $13 http://www.tandyleather.com/en-usd/home/department/leather-dye/2600-08.aspx http://www.tandyleather.com/en-usd/home/department/leather-dye/2602-02.aspx…

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Rise of the TR Shotgun Ammo Pouch Tutorial by Jenn Croft

Rise of the Tomb Raider Shotgun Ammo Pouch by Jenn Croft This was a fun little project that didn’t take a whole lot of time. It also doesn’t cost much money and can be made from leftover materials from your other projects (Such as the rifle ammo pouch or holster) or remnant bags, which are pretty affordable. Here is a list of materials I used for mine: Upholstery leather from remnants (Any neutral color)- $6 http://www.tandyleather.com/en-usd/home/department/leather/remnant-bags/5046-03.aspx Small scrap of 2-3mm thickness leather- $6 http://www.tandyleather.com/en-usd/home/department/leather/remnant-bags/5046-01.aspx Cording- $6.99 http://www.michaels.com/bead-landing-jute-cord/M10443674.html?dwvar_M10443674_color=Natural#q=cord&start=38 Wood Beads- $3.50…

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Tomb Raider – Ba Cartouche prop Tutorial

Tomb Raider – Ba Cartouche by Sara Croft Reference What you need: – Air dry Clay – Gold paint – Black paint – A tool to carve with Lara will find the Ba Cartouche, as well as the Ra Cartouche, in the Tomb of Semerkhet in The Last Revelation. Make a block of clay into a rectagular shape Carve a line into the edges of the rectangle, about a half an inch away from the outside Next you need to carve half a circle in the upper left corner, the…

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Tomb Raider – Ra Cartouche prop Tutorial

Reference: What you need: – Air dry Clay – Gold paint – Black paint – A tool to carve with Lara will find the Ra Cartouche, as well as the Ba Cartouche, in the Tomb of Semerkhet in The Last Revelation. Make a block of clay into a rectagular shape Carve a line into the edges of the rectangle, about a half an inch away from the outside Next you need to carve the eye, the symbol for “R” Then the other design which appears to be a sphinx, the…

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