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Posted 1/3/14 , edited 1/6/14
I have got my cosplay ready but need the symbol(logo) print or made for me for my Yukihira Soma (shokugeki-no-soma) but the Yukihira symbol for restaurant is give me a hard time. Can someone please help Need the logo
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Posted 1/6/14

crd2091 wrote:

I have got my cosplay ready but need the symbol(logo) print or made for me for my Yukihira Soma (shokugeki-no-soma) but the Yukihira symbol for restaurant is give me a hard time. Can someone please help Need the logo


What does the symbol look like? Can you post an image? And what are you trying to put the symbol on?
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just a t shirt like this one, it for a friend since he want to be a chef so i told him i get him a cosplay costume made.
it the logo on the shirt
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just a t shirt like this one, it for a friend since he want to be a chef so i told him i get him a cosplay costume made.
it the logo on the shirt


How's this?
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crd2091 wrote:

just a t shirt like this one, it for a friend since he want to be a chef so i told him i get him a cosplay costume made.
it the logo on the shirt



Okay, so those characters printed on a t-shirt; having it professionally done is always an option, but in the true spirit of cosplay, try this:

Purchase a roll of Reynold's Freezer Paper. Make sure it is FREEZER PAPER and not wax paper, or any other sort of paper or food wrapper.

Cut the Freezer Paper out into an 8x11 sheet; the same size as printer paper.

Next on your computer, crop that image down to just the logo, and change the color to black & white. Then blow it up so it'll print on the whole page.

Print your newly cropped, enlarged, black & white image out, onto that freezer paper that is printer paper sized. Be forewarned that some printers don't enjoy doing this trick, sometimes they just need some encouragement lol.

Now that it's printed out, use an exacto knife to cut out the inside of the letters; the idea here is that you're making a stencil!

Take your new stencil and iron it onto the shirt at the recommended temperature for the fabric. DO NOT USE STEAM!

Put something inside the shirt to protect paint from bleeding through to the other side of the shirt.

Take your paint of choice and paint it inside your new stencil. Make sure you don't put the paint on too heavy otherwise it will flood and leak through your stencil. Be patient, if the color doesn't show up right the first time, you'll have to let it dry and apply another coat, and repeat until you get your desired color.

When the paint is finally dry, peel off your stencil and voila!
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