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Unlock Foam Core's Inner Secret: FoamBoard EVA craft foam model making tips and tricks for Designers

Unlock Foam Core's Inner Secret: FoamBoard EVA craft foam model making tips and tricks for Designers



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I show you how to Use EVA craft foam and foam core to build amazing product design models, prototypes, mockups and sketch models. Foam Board

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18 thoughts on “Unlock Foam Core's Inner Secret: FoamBoard EVA craft foam model making tips and tricks for Designers

  1. What pencil, or pen, are you using?

  2. Awesome techniques. I’m making box nets at present and 1/74 scale buildings for a diorama. Rattle can spray painting? I cut my teeth on that back in 2008. Preparation is the most important step before the final coat. I’ve just finished four alloy wheels for my Honda. Everything is possible with a little practise and patience. Your videos give basic but important lessons in order to accomplish most tasks through the application of knowledge.

    Thank you!

  3. Quite tricky but definitely helpful. Thanks a lot!!!😄

  4. Was looking to make a cosplay prop and I was considering a foam core substructure, covered with craft foam and finished with a latex coating. After seeing this video I now know it can be done, thanks for sharing, especially the tips about which types of glue to use.

  5. Good stuff all helpful Cheer's

  6. Very glad to have found your channel and this video. Very understandable and I like the way you explain your thinking process rather than just saying what you are doing. It’s good to see a guy whose cutting mat looks like it’s been used! I find your voice very relaxing to which is a bonus! Would you tell me the brand of contact adhesive you used and which Gorilla glue you used to anchor the skin to the base please. Thank you.

  7. 3E

    To make the speaker grill look even more authentic: 3d print a pair of dies to sandwich the screen in to form the rounded the edge

  8. I didn't realize that Duplicolor is better than Rustoleum or Krylon. What are the differences?

  9. Hey Eric, really great video! Watching you soak the foamcore to remove the paper made me want to share a tip with you. If you are in North America you can buy a brand of foamcore called Readi-Borad by RL Adams. It’s designed to have easy peal paper. Comes off very easy, no soaking needed. Best part is you don’t need to order it from a specialty supplier. It’s stocked at Dollar Tree for $1 a sheet. Super convenient, I use it all the time

    Maybe you are already familiar with this, if so I’d love to hear your thoughts on why you don’t utilize it.

    Cheers

  10. Nice construction method with the eva foam lofting over a solid base, but man that seam and the foam pores are distracting. Maybe smooth it all out with some caulking and/or wood glue before paint?

  11. Thank you for sharing those incredible techniques!!! , very informative.

  12. Thanks alot your videos are great, even i don't like PU Foam (Yellow dusty thing).

  13. Thanks Eric,

    I'm an engineer.. and think like one. These videos are great – they've shown me a glimpse of another way to think and share ideas with my customers.

  14. How may different glues can Eric feature in one video? 😉 Sure seems like hot glue was your go to choice in this one. Perhaps your views on it are softening?

  15. Honestly, I hand made models once … now I'm always 3D-printing.
    Off course that puts some limits on my creative thinking, which not necessarily is a bad thing.
    I love how 3D lets me play a lot, before committing.
    Anyway, I should do more compound stuff.

  16. Do you have a couple of orthography sketching tutorials?

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