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Pyro grenades on belt by MasqueradeLover Pyro grenades on belt by MasqueradeLover
These are the grenades that I made for my Pyro cosplay that I will be wearing at AnimeNorth 2011.

Materials: 3 mango juice cans (size of Red Bull cans), black and orange foam sheets, pipe cleaners, glue gun.

I bought the belt at an army surplus store. The grenades are attached to it with split pin paper fasteners and secured with hockey tape.
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muffin-wrangler Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2010
Great job, it looks sturdy.
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Moose-sama Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2010
aweeesome, i need to fidn a belt like that DX where did you get it?
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Moose-sama Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2010
O derp, at an army supplies store...I never get lucky there...
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MasqueradeLover Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2010
XP Yep, I got mine at an army surplus store.
I'm not really sure where else to buy them. A hardware store might have belts like this one but I'm not sure how likely that is.
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Moose-sama Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2010
I must go on hte prowl then!
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PockyNightmare Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2010
interesting!

this will help me alot for my own cosplay!
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MasqueradeLover Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2010
I'm glad it'll help! I'll be posting a page with pictures of these as I put them together sometime soon. Feel free to check back to see it if you want any more reference for your own cosplay. ;)
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PockyNightmare Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2010
oh i'd be glad to see the rest!

and i'm curious where everyone finds the perfect gloves like here: [link]

:/

i'll watch you to stay up-to-date :heart:
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MasqueradeLover Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2010
What I think most people do is buy a pair of black rubber gloves and add the yellow parts either with yellow electrical tape or spray painting them on.
I found the perfect pair of rubber gloves, but they're green, so I'm going with the spray painting method to make them black. To do the yellow, I'm going to tape off the segments so the parts are separate.
I got the gloves at an army surplus store, so if there is one of those near you, then you should look there. I think hardware stores also may have them.
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PockyNightmare Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2010
hm i don't have an army supply store around here :/ and the next hardware store always fails at having the stuff i need (like the one time i planned to make goggles *rolls eyes*)

the painting option sounds best to me... but what paint will work on rubber? O.o
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