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#1 Amber724 on 1 year ago

is there any place that sells it cheaper? many sites I have seen it on is quite pricey for small pieces

#2 Amber724 on 1 year ago

sorry this computer autocorrected me for some reason. I meant WORBLA

#3 Milky Bubbles on 1 year ago

[QUOTE=Amber724;5055082]sorry this computer autocorrected me for some reason. I meant WORBLA[/QUOTE]

Worbla is going to be a bit expensive no matter where you buy it from, unfortunately!
It's very high in demand and everyone loves it so its price is not likely to drop any time soon.
I typically just buy mine from cosplaysupplies.com and you can always try to see if there is a sale going on for one reason or another before you buy to try and save some money.

Where I live, there are not any in-person stores I can go to and buy Worbla but I cannot imagine that it would much cheaper than what I find online, especially depending on what size sheet I buy. Though, the thing with Worbla is that it is very worth the money since you can reuse it on so many things and you can use every scrap of material!

#4 Scunosi on 1 year ago

If you're lucky enough to have a local TAP Plastics store they may carry it in-store, mine does. At least then you could get to see it in-person before buying and save on shipping. But yes it's very expensive (main reason I haven't dived into using it yet), and other than occasional sales you're unlikely to find it significantly cheaper at one store vs. another.

#5 Syon on 1 year ago

When it comes to Worbla you'll find only two things:

- Trustworthy shops, that sell it for the standart price.
- Shops that ask for a lot more than that standart price, hopeing that you are inexperianced and don't know any better.

There is no 'cheap' when it comes to Worbla.