May 2018

Have you ever wished you could craft LARP weapons from foam like the master foam-smiths at Nemesis Workshops? Well, here’s your chance, but you better move fast! Only 3 of the 8 spaces are open this year, so be sure to jump on it!

The workshops nemesis will open again the doors of their workshop for a training exclusive on the manufacture Weapons of latex!!!

There will be a new block available for training; the 6th and 7th of June 2015. The training will include two blocks of 10 hrs working. It will be to produce a weapon simple from a to z calling for different techniques that can be reproduced as much to The house that with equipment, a little more industrial.

Each participant will leave with his weapon project completed, as well as a file reference or will be indicated the suppliers accessible For some materials and equipment and a reminder of manufacturing steps, and materials needed. Each participant will then have access to a 35 % discount on an order of equipment in addition to their custom weapon.Watch Full Movie Online Streaming Online and Download

Places are limited, already 8 people of the college lionel – groulx are listed. Only 3 spots available to complete the course, so act quickly! The deadline for registration is 15 April 2015. For more details email; contact@ateliers-nemesis.com



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Thomas Miller

As Creative Director of LARPing.org, Tom's time is spent doing everything from research, design, development, writing and editing. This Detroit native attends LARPs all over the US, and enjoys everything from Post-Apoc to Modern Culture LARP settings. He currently sits as Lead Plot and Story designer for The Voyage North.

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  1. Joe October 11, 2015 4:36 AM

    I like your blog. I would like to LARP, But I’m disabled. As often as I can I wear my leather armor @ the Renaissance Festival. It is getting much harder for me to even walk with the extra weight. A man can still dream though thank you for your blog and helping me do that. I have actually been inspired to figure away to put some kind of internal skeleton inside my armor. It shouldn’t be that hard if I keep it simple just some kind of system to attach from my shoulders down to bottom of the feet, with a little flexibility and some range of motion to assist with me being able to stand & walk. Reading your blog and looking at the pictures is very inspiring , have already thought just this morning after reading your blog of several ways to achieve this. Once again Thanks. Joe M

    • Jordan October 11, 2015 7:59 AM

      Joe — Thank you for sharing this with us. I’ve been running this blog for 4 years and this is the single greatest comment that anyone has ever left. I feel honored that we inspired you and hope that you will continue to push your self (in a healthy way) to achieve your dreams and live life to the fullest! If you want to share your story more, or share pics of an internal skeleton for your armor we’d love to be a part of that!

  2. Steven February 21, 2016 5:44 PM

    Hi I’m Steven and this is he kind of stuff I want to do for a living making props and larping weapons and accessories. Do you have any tips on how to start and how to assemble a weapon properly?


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