When you have a material as imaginative as InstaMorph, its no coincidence that it performs well in costuming and prop building. With InstaMorph, you can make your own plastic masks, props, and accessories for that next great costume project you were thinking of. When you’re at your next con asking yourself, “how did they make that?”, the answer may be InstaMorph.

Costumes & Props

Costume Manacles

Leah used InstaMorph to create a set of costume manacles for an upcoming performance of “The Crucible” at her college. The only problem was getting

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Costumes & Props

Homunculus Costume Teeth

Nick made some teeth (pretty large ones at that) for a homunculus costume. It’s “Greed” from “Full Metal Alchemist” for those playing the home game.

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Costumes & Props

Gorilla Mask

Ali used InstaMorph as the base for a gorilla mask, a costume which will be part of a comedy show. She’s made masks out of

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Face Mask Mold

From twitter follower @zebracardeath. He sculpted a small makeup appliance quickly without plaster or gauze, just using InstaMorph. InstaMorph of using plaster and gauze, InstaMorph

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Troll Horns

Homestuck fans! The following tutorial is re-posted (with permission) from Mage W’s blog. It’s all about how to make a hidden headback troll horn attachment.

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Kids Battle Armor

Anthony used a jar of InstaMorph to make some form fitting battle armor for his son. As Anthony mentioned in his Facebook post, InstaMorph is

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Costumes & Props

Frank the Bunny Mask

Here’s a Frank the Bunny mask Jonathan made out of InsatMorph. If you have seen the movie Donnie Darco, you know exactly where this comes

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Face Mask and Helmet

Zack used InstaMorph to make a custom face mask AND helmet, which he later painted with acrylic paint. He was also able to fashion a

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Steampunk Thor Costume

Here is a completed project from InstaMorph Fan, Jeff. With Halloween fast approaching, we could all use this kind of inspiration! “A while back I

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Costumes & Props

Bloody Head Prop

Aaron made his DragonCon prop’s skin out of Instamorph. Instamorph stayed sticky long enough after heating it up to paste against the mannequin base. We

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