Many Spiderman fans have spent their childhoods pretending to shoot webs from their wrists, and now it's possible for them to do so for real. YouTuber Sean's Crafts has created a DIY project that can be done using simple materials found around the house.
The first step is to create the outlines for the lines that will make up the web. You can use a simple straight line or some slightly curved lines. It's important to brush these with the opacity mask so that they appear behind all of the other lines.
Once you've drawn the outlines, you can start adding in the webbing. The best way to do this is to add some randomly squiggly lines and then duplicate them. This will give the webbing a more realistic look and also help to keep it from looking too simple.
You'll also want to make sure that you include some straight lines as well. This will make the resulting webbing more believable and also help to give it some thickness.
In order to make the web fluid, you'll need a spider and some spider silk. The spider silk can be easily obtained by simply gently pulling on the spider's legs. Be careful not to hurt the spider as it could get very irritated.
Then, you can mix the spider silk with a solution that contains salicylic acid, toulene, methanol, carbon tetrachloride, potassium carbonate, and ethyl acetate. It's not as hard as it sounds, and you can even find premade mixtures that will work just fine.