How to Make a Spider Man Costume

Jun 05 , 2019

DaviJack

How to Make a Spider Man Costume

Spider Man has been a popular comic book and movie character for decades, and his outfit has had many different looks over the years. No matter which look you choose, you'll be ready for action in one of these Spider Man costumes. Choose from the original comics costume, the ultimate Spider Man costume, or the Amazing Spider Man movie costume.

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  1. Buy a costume shop costume. Don't worry, we'll make any alterations necessary later.
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  2. Get window mesh
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  3. Buy white acrylic paint or spray paint. This is for the mesh.
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  4. Buy Spider-man eye lenses from shapeways.com
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  5. Buy black puffy paint to emphasize the webbing design on the body and mask.Get about eight 16 oz. bottles of it for a single costume. This way if you have extra, you can return that for a refund or use it for future projects.
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  6. Buy a pair of running shoes. Cut the tops off the shoes so that you'll only have the soles and the front tips and the back. Paint these to blend in with the costume.
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  7. Begin puffy painting the web design. Lay the costume or mask on a flat surface and after you're done with one side of the mask, let it sit and dry for about two hours.
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  8. Paint the mesh. Don't worry about visibility, you'll be able to see fine.
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  9. Glue the mesh to the lenses and glue the lenses to the mask.
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  10. Either sew on or glue the running shoes to the feet of the costume.
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  11. Have the costume altered to be skin tight.
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  12. Make a web shooter from aluminum foil, a straw, and an online foldable template.

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  1. Get a black spandex morphsuit.
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  2. Stock up on red puffy paint. This is to create the webbing design.
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  3. Buy The Amazing Spider-man Sunglasses from Disguise Costumes. These can be found at any toy store or on Amazon.com.
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  4. Buy red acrylic paint.
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  5. Cut the sunglasses. Cut off the bridge of the nose and the ear support things. Next, you'll have to paint the outside of the lenses red with the red acrylic paint.
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  6. Study the pattern of the webbing design from the comics. Try as best as you can to replicate this pattern with the red puffy paint.
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  7. Glue the lenses to the mask.
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  8. Add web-shooters. Use the same web shooters as the classic costume should have, but wear them on the outside of your costume.

3:The Amazing Spiderman (2012 movie) costume

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    1.Buy a costume shop costume. While it may not be what you had in mind, it's your best bet for a screen accurate replica, unless you want to throw down a couple of hundred on a leather replica.
  2. Buy red puffy paint, black puffy paint, and blue slick paint.
  3. Get the gloves and boot covers from Disguise costumes. These can be easily found on Amazon.com.
  4. Buy a pair of Asics Gel Dirt-Dog 3 running shoes. These are the exact same shoes that Peter Parker cut up in the movie to attach to his costume.
  5. Buy the Amazing Spider-man Sunglasses. These are the closest thing to movie accurate as you can get. Do the same to these that you did to the Miles Morales costume, except paint them blue instead of red.
  6. Pop the lenses attached to the mask's face shell out. The sunglasses lenses will take their place.
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  7. Have the costume altered to be skin-tight. Either take it to a seamstress, or alter it yourself if you have the ability.
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    8.Add a zipper to the back of your costume in place of the tie-up thingy. This will give your costume an overall more attractive look.
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  8. Begin puffy painting the red honeycomb pattern between the web patterns. Be sure to follow the pattern as closely as possible.
  9. Puffy paint the black webbing and spider.
  10. Puffy paint the spider on the back with red puffy paint. To make it symmetrical, trace on half of the spider on one side and fold it in half and puffy paint the stencil you created.
  11. Paint the blue honeycomb pattern in the blue part of the costume. Use the blue slick paint.
  12. Glue the shades to the mask and the shoe soles to the bottom of the feet.
  13. Try buying web shooters from shapeways.com

4:The Amazing Spiderman 2 costume
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  1. Buy a Red Morphsuit. If it needs eye holes to be added, cut them out.
  2. Cut out some eyes from a white sheet of fabric. Sew the white fabric onto your morphsuit. If you can't sew the white eyes onto the morphsuit, glue them on with some craft glue instead.
  3. Use a black marker pen or black felt tip to draw the black outlines for your white eyes.
  4. Use a skinny black felt-tip pen. Draw lines on your morphsuit.
  5. Print out the Spiderman logo off the internet. If you don't have a printer, draw on the Spiderman logo in the middle of the morphsuit.
  6. Cut blue fabric into the distinctive blue parts of the suit. Glue or sew the blue fabric onto your morphsuit.
  7. Buy a pair of Asics Gel Dirt-Dog 3 running shoes. Cut the bottom of the shoes and stick them onto the costume. You can also use just a regular pair of running shoes instead.
  8. Finished. You now have a Spiderman 2 costume formed from a morphsuit.

5:The Superior Spider-man (Doctor Octopus) Costume
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  1. Get a red morph suit. When Doc Ock took over Peter's body, he created a new costume with red and black.
  2. Stock up on black fabric paint.
  3. Put on the red morphsuit and trace an outline of where you'll need to paint.Look at the comics for references to how the spider needs to look and how the webbing is supposed to look.
  4. Begin to paint. This is a time consuming process, so be patient and careful when painting. Try to resemble the comics as much as possible.
  5. Cut out eye holes in the mask.
  6. Get some Amazing Spider-man sunglasses made by Disguise Costumes. These are available on Amazon.
  7. Cut the sunglasses. Cut off the ear support things and the bridge of the nose. Then paint the outside black.
  8. Glue the lenses to the mask.
  9. Cut up some aqua shoes and glue the soles to the feet of the costume.
  10. Build some web shooters from the comics, and cut a little hole in the wrist of the gloves for the nozzle to come out of.
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  11. You're done. Now go off, fight crime, and defile the memory of Peter Parker.

6:Scarlet Spider (Ben Riley) costume
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  1. Buy a red morphsuit, a blue sleeveless hoodie, and some metal mesh.
  2. Cut eye holes out of the morphsuit mask.
  3. Sew the hoodie onto the morphsuit, but don't put the hood up.
  4. Look at the spider design from the comics and replicate it as best as you can on the hoodie. Make sure the spider is off and at an angle like the comics.
  5. Spray paint the mesh white. This will become the eyes.
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    Cut the mesh out in the shape of Ben Riley's mask lenses and bend them to fit on the mask. Glue the lenses on.
  7. Try the costume on, and you're done.

7:Black suit Spider-man
  1. 1.Get a shiny black morphsuit. It should be very shiny in the light and look almost like leather.
  2. Buy some Spider-man lenses. We recommend the McFarlane style lenses as they look the closest to the comics.
  3. Buy White Puffy Paint. You'll need this for the spider.
  4. Cut out eye holes in the morphsuit mask.
  5. Begin puffy painting the spider on the front and back. If you can, try printing it on first and then puffy painting the design to give it a more raised and 3-Dimensional look.
  6. Use a hairdryer or heat gun to bend the lenses.
  7. Attach the lenses to the mask with fabric glue.
  8. You're done!

8:Vigilante Spider-man Costume (2012 Amazing Spider-man Movie)
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  1. Buy a black M-65 field jacket. Other black jackets will not work. Believe me I've tried.
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  2. Buy a pair of basic shades. The sunglasses should be plain sunglasses in a black plastic frame.
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  3. Buy a dark red (burgundy) morphsuit mask.
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  4. Get a black beanie hat. You know, the kind you wear during winter or to look like a hipster.
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  5. Buy a pair of Nike Dunks low mainly grey and black or navy.
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  6. Buy some red puffy paint and applicator tips.
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  7. Begin by cutting eye holes out of the morphsuit mask.
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  8. Sew the beanie to the mask. Make sure the hat's rolled up a little bit on the bottom.
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  9. Puffy paint a honeycomb pattern all over the entire mask As Peter Parker used this same mask when he created the actual suit, this makes sense.
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  10. After the puffy paint has dried, put fabric glue on the shades and glue the bridge of the nose and the ear support things to the mask.
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  11. Buy the web shooters from shapeways.com. As these are not the ones used on the final costume, leave the watch bezel on. If you can afford it, you can also buy the $290 light-up web shooters on eBay.
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  12. Put it all together.

 

9:Spider-Man 2099 (Miguel O'Hara) Costume
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  1. Order a shiny blue morphsuit. Make sure it's very shiny and glossy, just as it is in the comics.
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  2. Buy red puffy paint. You'll be needing a lot of it.
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  3. If you have the ability, make a cape. It needs to look like it's made out of webs.
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  4. Get some Batman gloves and cut off the glove part. You'll only need the wrist gauntlet part.Image titled 4335665 85 1
  5. Paint the design on the morphsuit. Make sure that the spider looks like a skull with spider legs coming out of it. The key is to make it look terrifying and scary.Image titled 4335665 87
  6. Get the Batman gauntlets and sew them onto the suit. Image titled 4335665 87 1
  7. Puffy paint the design around the eyes. Miguel O'Hara's costume didn't have any lenses, he could see through the thin material of his mask. Make it so that it looks like a pair of angry eyebrows with a curve to them. Image titled 4335665 89
  8. Sew on the soles from some old house shoes (or new ones). Attach these to the bottom of the feet of your costume. If you can't sew, use fabric glue. Image titled 4335665 90
  9. Make sure your costume looks right. Make any adjustments needed, then try it on.