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Plastimake 1kg
Plastimake 1kg

1 kg of Plastimake:
Plastimake is an easy-to-use mouldable plastic that you can soften in hot water and shape with your bare hands.

Plastimake is non-toxic, super-strong, reusable, lightweight and biodegradable. It's special because it softens at the relatively low temperature of 60°C (140°F) so you can easily handle it while it's still soft.

As Plastimake heats up it quickly transforms from hard white pellets into a soft transparent blob. When cooled to room temperature it becomes white and rock hard again. You can heat and cool Plastimake as many times as you like.

You don't need any special equipment or experience to work with Plastimake. All you need to get started is an idea, a bowl of hot water and your hands.


The Plastimake Colouring Kit is the clean and easy way to colour Plastimake.

  • No mess. Won't stain your hands.
  • Powerful. A few pellets go a long way.
  • Versatile. Create almost any colour.
  • Non-toxic. Contains a non-toxic pigment.

The Colouring Kit contains 5g of each colour: red, blue, yellow and black.
That's enough pigment to colour 1kg of Plastimake per colour!



Villain Costumes Crazy Lenses
When Looking Awesome is the only option!
Any costume will pack that much more Kapow when you use these contact lenses. With Proper care, they will last upto 1 year alllowing you to wear them many times before they expire. Exceptional Value for your hard earned money.

We value the comfort of your eyes and can assure you that our contact lenses are the most comfortable you can find. All of our contact lenses are TGA approved and are renowned for being very comfortable to wear courtesy of our Hydrogel technology which allows high oxygen permeability. The unique three layer colour sandwiching method prevents the colours coming into contact with the eye, ensuring wearing the product to be safe and durable. These contact lenses are made to last and can be used as many times as you want for 12 months from the time that you open them. A one-year lifespan grants you multiple opportunities to show off your awesome look at several special events.
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Leather Trimmings - Quality Australian Leather.

Well Minions. Who does not like a bit of Leather in their uniform. As it would happen I am now able to supply leather Trimmings offcuts that you will be able to then use in which ever way you see fit.

The trimmings are irregular in shape. 

more information to come soon.

Menu:How to Make Chain Mail:

Antagonists of medieval times spent numerous amounts of coin to have their armor created. Today you can create your own Chain Mail Villain Costumes if you know how to do so.

When making your own Chain Mail Villain Costumes, you must consider what type of metal and ring size you want to work with. The thickness of wire is usually measured by a wire gauge system. To make things even more complicated, there are different wire gauge systems used for different types of metals.

EG:, copper-based metals normally use the Brown & Sharpe (AWG) wire gauge system, while steel is normally uses the standard wire gauge system (SWG).

When shopping for, or ordering wire, make sure you know what size you are getting as some wire suppliers will state the wire using of thousandths of an inch thickness. eg: 16 gauge wire is ".063″ or 63 thousandths of an inch using the standard wire gauge system.

As different wire suppliers use different systems to avoid confusion, it is best to stick to one of the systems of actual measurement. Either the metric system (using millimeters) or the imperial system (using decimal inches) can be used for measuring wire size.

A good rule of thumb is to use the same system to measure wire size as you would use to measure ring size. This comes into play when you are measuring from aspect ratios.

Your Chain Mail Villain Costumes can be created from many different types of metal. Galvanized steel is probably the most popular wire to use. A bit of research will pay you dividends as you will need to balance cost to use to money you spend.

When creating your own Chain Mail Villain Costumes, use a mandrel system to make the metal rings. It is simply a rod to wrap the wire around in order to form the rings. This can be done by hand but it does get very tiring. The mandrel setup is a tool which accommodates a mandrel. There are basically two types of mandrel setups, the most basic style accommodates hand winding. The other style is the setup that accommodates power winding, which requires the use of a drill or motor to wind the mandrels.

The mandrel holder can be easily constructed with one piece of 28 wood about 16″ - 24″ long, and two pieces of 18 wood about 8″ long. Screw the 18 boards to the 28 board, one on each end. Holes must be drilled in each of the 18 pieces of wood. The holes must be large enough to fit the mandrel, and also must line up properly with each other.

It is said that weaving your chain mail Villain Costumes parts is the easiest part of making chain mail. Once the rings are formed and cut, all you have to do is choose a weaving pattern. However, it is time consuming and repetitive. You must open a ring, join it to the rings you want it linked to, then close the ring.

You will need at least two good quality pairs of pliers. Your pliers will need to be in scale to match the piece you're working on. If you are making actual chainmail armor, you're probably using 14 gauge wire, so you'll want average sized pliers.

Your Villain Costumes Chainmail is made up of thousands of rings, and you will either need to make them yourself out of your chosen metal, or buy them as most Villains do. Remember how most villains state, during their demise, that they should have done it themselves??. That applies here but if time is a factor you can contact Villain Costumes to find out the cost to get one pre-made to your size sent to you remember that this is time consuming but if you want to look great at your next Cosplay or re-enactment this is the way to go. Villain Costumes can also have rings created in bulk and sent to you so you can save time in creating and cutting the rings.

If you would like to work with steel, you can get it very cheaply at a farm supply store, in the form of electric fence wire. This is galvanized steel, usually in 14 gauge, and you can get a large spool of it for $10 to $20 and that will make many, many, many links. This is how i did it. Now I have moved house a couple of times and now I cant find it. *SOB*

The first step is to make ring assemblies from the basic rings. The second step is to make chains from the ring assemblies. The third step is to join the chains to make basic sections of mail. With the basic sections of mail, most any item can be made by attaching enough sections and subtracting the extra; kind of like laying a tile floor. The purpose of organizing the assembly steps into three parts is to simplify and speed up an otherwise tedious process. This system will allow those of you starting to mass produce the component assemblies and avoid eye strain. Before you know it your chain mail Villain Costumes parts will be coming together nicely.

It can be worth while purchasing a mannequin so that you can gauge it as you work.

The first pattern presented for those starting out is the four-in-one pattern. Logically, four rings pass through each ring in a symmetrical interlocking pattern. You are advised to master this pattern before moving on to the more detailed six-in-one pattern. Mastering the basics will enable the you to spot mistakes more readily and increase your appreciation of the art.

The six-in-one pattern uses almost twice as many rings to make the same size area as the four-in-one, and is more time consuming to assemble. When you consider the cost of the 6 in 1 pattern, it is easy to understand the four-in-one pattern is so popular.

With that said excellent effects can be achieved with The six-in-one pattern placed in different parts of the four-in-one pattern with out much trouble along the shoulders or Pectorals for a nice effect. Feel free to send in pictures of your work to Villain Costumes and I will be happy to put it up on the site for all to admire.

Plastimake Facial Cast

How to Make Plastimake Castings: Video

Check out this You Tube Video. Great for making Skull Pauldrons. Also view the image to the right for a quick how to.
Plastimake Coloring Kit

The Plastimake Coloring Kit

The Plastimake Coloring Kit is the clean and easy way to colour Plastimake.
  • No mess. Won't stain your hands.
  • Powerful. A few pellets go a long way.
  • Versatile. Create almost any colour.
  • Non-toxic. Contains a non-toxic pigment.

The Colouring Kit contains 5g of each colour: red, blue, yellow and black.
That's enough pigment to colour 1kg of Plastimake per colour!

Colouring Kit Instructions

  1. Add some colouring pellets as you heat your Plastimake
    • 5 colouring pellets per tablespoon of Plastimake, or
    • 1g of colouring pellets per 200g of Plastimake
    • Try different combinations and ratios to get different colours
  2. Knead, twist and fold it with your hands to mix in the colours
    • Always be careful when handling warm Plastimake
    • Soften your Plastimake by putting it back in hot water if required
    • Colours will get lighter as your Plastimake cools


Once your Plastimake item has cooled you can paint it with a range of paints.
We recommend:
  • Acrylic paints
    Spray paints
Avoid using any solvent-based paints, some solvents will dissolve your Plastimake.

You won't be able to re-heat your item once it's painted, so make sure you're happy with the shape before you start painting!

Mixing in pigments

Mix liquid or powered pigments into warm Plastimake to create an item with solid colour all the way through. Unlike painting, pigments that have been mixed into Plastimake will never scratch off.
The Plastimake Colouring Kit is the easiest way to mix coloured pigment into Plastimake. However, many other pigments will work too.
We recommend:
Alcohol based inks
Acrylic paints and powders
Vinyl and Epoxy dyes
Most powdered pigments, including metallic and glow-in-the-dark powders

There are a few colourants that won't work well with Plastimake:
  • Water based inks won’t blend in properly
    Some solvent-based paints will dissolve your Plastimake

    Tips for mixing pigments into warm Plastimake:
  • If you’re using a liquid pigment you’re likely to get some on your hands. Make sure you’re working in area where spills and drips won’t matter.
  • You may need to place your Plastimake back in hot water to give yourself enough time to mix it all the way through. If it's not fully mixed in you'll get a marbled effect.
  • The colour of your item will become a lot lighter as it cools and the Plastimake becomes hard and white.

    Joining parts

    When working with Plastimake it's often easier to make the individual components of an object separately. Each piece can be allowed to fully cool before joining them all together into the finished item.

    Plastimake can be re-heated as many times as you like. The trick to joining two pieces of Plastimake is to melt a small section of each component until it has become transparent. When two warm, transparent pieces of Plastimake are combined they will fuse together to form a very strong bond.

    The simplest way to join two parts is to dip a small section of each part into a bowl of hot water. Once the edges of both pieces are transparent and soft, press them together and you'll have a solid join.

    Alternatively, a heat gun or hair dryer will quickly heat a section of Plastimake to the correct temperature. A cigarette lighter is another effective way to heat small sections of Plastimake, however be careful as it can leave black soot on your pristine white object!

    Save your left-over pieces of coloured Plastimake, you can use these as a starting point for your next project!

Villain Costume Parties and How to Throw a Great One:

Remember how much fun it was, as a child, to dress up and believe that you were someone else? It didn't matter whether you dressed up in super villain costumes and/or super hero outfits. It is also fun to watch the antics of young children and how much they enjoy putting on new personalities.

The same goes for adults going to a party. Adults can have fun normally. However when you upgrade it to a themed party it then becomes a photo spectacular event. Most people setup a hero or medieval theme for these parties but you can have a lot more fun by having a villain slant to the same party.

Dressing up in villain costumes give us permission to be a little more wild and crazy as a temptress or a witch, a pirate or an executioner. Who would like to dress up as magneto or one of the brother hood of mutants. Lets face it people, playing a villain can be just as much fun if not more.

Costume parties provoke conversations that differ from the norm' and dressing up in villain costumes even more so. Everyone knows about the heroes, and the basics as to why they became so. However not many people know much in the way of details of villains. Wearing villains costumes provokes a different line of conversation and can as a theme make your party much more lively. There is a lot to be said about wearing your conversation piece on you. No more boring conversations about the ticks on the cat next door. Now you can talk in character about how much you would like to roast the cat next door!!!!

Also if a couple have a falling out at the party while in costume who will think more of it?! Everyone knows that villains fight among themselves!!

Where to start:

If you are going to make your themed party, villain costumes, you are going to need a plan. That is, if like other villains, you want to be remembered for world domination or at least party domination.

So here are the steps to world... Um I mean, party domination:

  1. who to invite
  2. decide on a theme/genre
  3. where to get your villain costumes
  4. date of the party
  5. party games/prizes
  6. food to prepare
  7. security and safety

Who to invite:

This should be a no brainer - other villains - but seriously, friends or and family as is appropriate. You want people there who are going to add to the party atmosphere not bring it down with drunken obscene behavior.

Decide on a theme/genre

Decide on a villain costumes party theme. You can keep it generic allowing villain costumes from historical or mythical references, or from TV such as cartoons, sitcoms or movies, the list goes on. Just browse villain costumes and see what is available then it is a case of adding accessories. Some themes you can go for are historical, mythical, super villains, sitcom villains, alien villains, undead, phantom villains, comic book villains the list goes on.

Where to get your villain costumes:

You are going to want elaborate villain costumes that are the best quality that you and your guests can use more than once. This way they can always be used at fancy dress office parties, on Halloween or other more generic costume parties. Best of all you can save yourself time, money, petrol and energy by purchasing online.

Date of the party:

Make sure to give yourself enough time to have your costumes delivered. Also allow extra, time if your guests will have to purchase or make their own villain costumes. The thing is that by giving your guests enough notice about the party, they will be able to plan in advance, and organize their villain costumes and wmd's- (weapons of mass distraction), ummmm I mean accessories. Then your plans will be set in motion and your party will be set to rock. First the street then the world!

Party games/prizes:

To make your costume party worth remembering you can have prizes for the best costume or if it is a large gathering for the best villain costumes in each genre. Remember people, accessorize! Villains are all for it. Death rays, red double edged light-sabers, unique super powers to doomsday devices.

Remember the friends and family that go to the effort of getting dressed up enjoy themselves the most. Having pictures of them dressed up in their villain costumes will stand out in the photo album. It is definitely worth having an area set aside for photo's at the start of the party because when people arrive in their villain costumes, will be when they will look their best. Get them to strike a pose, it will get them into the mood, not to mention it will make a great picture.

Food to prepare:

Your food can also have a theme as well. Just make sure that there is plenty of it as you don't want your villains to go else where to get food and not return. Make sure you know what food allergies your guests have if any.

Security and safety

Before you have the party on the day/night there are a couple of things to tick off. Have the local police in your pocket... Um... I mean let them know that you are having a themed party. Give them the:

  1. Date it will be on.
  2. Time it will start and approximate finish time.
  3. Approximate number of people that will be attending.
  4. Also the name of any security company you will be using on the night.

If you arrange for minions... Um... Security guards to be at the party. Get them into the spirit as well by having them dressed with a cursory shirt marked as security. Make sure you feed them too. A minion marches on their stomach... Not a pretty sight but fun to watch... Mwah hahahahha.!! I am mentioning this again but make sure that you get a list of food that your guests are allergic to (check with the minions as well,... Hey, you employ them, there your minions!). This way you can be sure that the food you order or make will be safe for everyone.

You don't want to change your villain costumes theme to a "who dunit" with you as the prime suspect. "it was Dr. Doom in the kitchen with the peanuts!"

The best part of the themed villain costumes party is that gate crashers are easily recognized and can be asked to leave. Failing this if you can see that they are looking to start trouble don't confront them, especially alone.

Organize for more than one of your multiple guests to take a photo with their camera phone, discretely! Before or while you speak with them. If you get any resistance, don't push it. Walk away, call the police (who should know about the party before hand) and inform them what has happened or is happening. This way you have their mug shot should something happen, also at the very least, the police will be on their way.

Have a first aid kit available just in case someone injures themselves some how. As with any party advise your neighbors or invite them just make sure that the invite states that entry is permitted to those with villain costumes. You can also deck out your house with villain propaganda and also have villain games and trivia questions. People love prizes.

Have the numbers of a couple of taxi companies available should you need to call someone a cab also the number for the local hospital and police station as well. You can also let your guests know before hand that you suspect that the police will be patrolling the area as well. That way if you have friends who are inclined to have too much to drink and get behind the wheel, this knowledge should make them think twice.

Finally with all that said, have fun, that is why you are having a villain costumes theme party after all and send me a couple of pictures by email. I would love to put them up on the site.

Villain Costumes Parties & How to Throw a Great One is written by Andrew McFayden You Can Buy your Villain Costumes through Villain Costumes. Come have a look for your favorite Cosplay outfit for your needs. My contact number is below. Contact email addresses are available on my site as well. Come have a look.
Ph: +61418538094

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