I dont have a photo on my computer of anything *its on my moms* BUt I did sew my halloween castume. I was dorthy from wizard of OZ we didn't buy a real pattern in stead we found a cheeper more similar pattern and wala we have to outfit *looks the same but instead I had to borrow my friends shirt... thats some what it oh and we bought sparkly red shoes in size 4 XP so we kinda cut the back so my feet could fit... I made it to the last round in the contest at school*
I was very proud because I saw like one other person who bough a masprodused kind. *snickers* I think mines cuter lol.
Can't get the bigger images online at the mo. So if this pic becomes a dead link, just PM me and I'll sort it asap!!
This is one of my many semi fursuits. Easy to wear out and about, for partys or just to be you when your out having fun.
This one is called "Tamtelope". She's a mystical beast from afar razz Made for a Halloween party in Limerick 2004.
I'll have another thing to put up here soon that I'm working on. Though it's more of a puppet than a costume so I may put it somewhere else.
those horns are fantabulous! How did you make them!?
Polystirene (sp?), papier maché, and string... oh and a load of acrylic paint biggrin So they won't go soggy if they get a small bit wet.
I'll be posting a little Irish costume I made for a leaving party at Manchester's Irish festival (manchester UK) soon. Not go pics yet, and the party made the boots a little dirty. So I'll post one when it's all nice 'n clean later on. I even got another commision out of it. domokun
Lovely costumes Auguries of Destruction!! Beautiful!!!
almost 2 years ago i got to design Terry Prachett's Wyrd Sisters at my school... all of the work was a colaborative effort between the Costume Shop, what the shop had in stock, what we bought, the Scene Shop, and myself.
except for some cases i forgot who did what but the character & model names are on the picture.