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1  Re: PINHEAD in CHALLENGE 104 ENTRIES by Eric Bullock on: November 14, 2014 02:04:25 PM
Here are the original costume materials

I painted a black t shirt

Then cut leather strips from the coat and hot glued them in place.  I wrapped some leather around strips of rope to make the tube looking pieces in the front.

this is after we put the bald cap on and attached it with spirit gum.

here he is after a  few layers of liquid latex (we bought it from a halloween store, liquid latex brand, i believe)

starting to add makeup


This is where my progress pictures end.  It was getting close to trick-or-treating time and we had to finish!  I pretty much followed this tutorial exactly to finish the makeup & add the nails.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T9kiv-7fpoQ

video link of my son removing part of his mask.  Excuse the crying baby if you watch, he had a long night.https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=10205187003453562&l=4748938399661114931

Thanks for all of the positive comments!
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2  PINHEAD in CHALLENGE 104 ENTRIES by Eric Bullock on: November 10, 2014 07:56:39 AM
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3  Plague Doctor in Halloween Costumes by Eric Bullock on: November 01, 2013 07:46:51 PM
I made my son Raiden's Plague Doctor costume this year.  The mask had a base of safety goggles, with a vinyl mask built on top of it that was fastened together with rivets and some sewing.  The eye holes were covered with black nylons and an old belt made up the mask straps.  The lantern was made from cardboard, with tracing paper window, an old broom handle, and a hanger.  His cape was made from leftover crafting fabric we had around the house.
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