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Posted: 2/28/2006 9:38:36 AM EDT
hey i want to make a guile suit, does anyone know how or have a link to a tuitorial?

thanks
Link Posted: 2/28/2006 9:52:47 AM EDT
Cheapest way is to get a pair of coveralls, a bunch of burlap, cut strips 2-4" wide and about 8-10" long, dye it shades of green and brown. Weave in leaves and twigs.
Link Posted: 2/28/2006 9:53:51 AM EDT
If you want a ghillie, click here

If you want a guile, click here
Link Posted: 2/28/2006 1:50:52 PM EDT

Originally Posted By fish223:
If you want a ghillie, click here

If you want a guile, click here








Beat me to it!
Link Posted: 2/28/2006 3:39:51 PM EDT

Originally Posted By fish223:
If you want a ghillie, click here

If you want a guile, click here




Beat me to it, too!
Link Posted: 3/1/2006 6:09:54 AM EDT
Send a IM to death451 he can help you out
Link Posted: 3/2/2006 7:46:43 PM EDT
I made a ghillie suit by using this method.
supplies: old flight suit or jacket and pants with a hood sewn on, clear silicone in a chalk gun, burlap, and wax paper like used in cooking and flat color spray paint

1. Cut a strip of burlap. ( lenght and width your choice depending on what look you want)
2. Lay a bead of silcone on the flight suit. ( best to start at the bottom and work up in layers)
3. Lay the strip of burlap on the silicone. ( at the end or the middle of the strip)
4. Cut a strip of wax paper. ( cut it wider and longer than the bead of silicone)
5. Lay the wax paper strip on top off the area of the burlap that has the silicone under it and press down.
6. Leave the wax paper there untill the silicone is dry then peal it off.
7. When finished putting the burlap on, spray paint it the colors and pattern you like.

Hope this helps.
Walmart has lot of fake cheep leaves that when painted a flat color look good weaved in.
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