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1  Re: Please post your best costume... in Halloween Costumes by Nocturnaloner on: October 31, 2005 06:53:32 PM
Well, there's no other way to put it, you guys are teh awesome!  There is more talent and coolness in this one thread than many forums can come up with in a year.  Truly inspiring stuff, and no one could look through this and not get some good ideas.  Just to bring it up to date, here's my costume from this year that I just posted in another thread, The Undead King:



and one final bout of Pan-whoring goodness:



(hmmm... looks like the forum is set to constrain images to 500 wide so go to the image's url to see the full sized horror.)

Hope you all had a great Halloween, I know we did!  Lots of friends, a cheesy 80's horror flick on the big screen (Night of the Creeps), snacks, and good times!
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2  Re: Here is my Frida costume in Halloween Costumes by Nocturnaloner on: October 31, 2005 10:51:55 AM
And here's her traveling companion  Grin



/The King is dead
/long live The King
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3  Re: Love your wedding? Then show off your photos here! in Weddings and Bridal Showers by Nocturnaloner on: September 15, 2005 05:24:13 PM
Ok...you asked for it...

Here we are in all our glory...and yes, we got married inside of a giant windmill in the middle of the city.



I have one that shows the dress better but I can't find it at the moment...
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4  Re: Please post your best costume... in Halloween Costumes by Nocturnaloner on: September 08, 2005 04:09:58 PM
If your hubby isn't into NERO- he should be AND I know of tons of people who might be interested in buying stuff off of him. We LARPers are a crazy lot.  Grin

He did and awesome job... am I gushing? I appear to be gushing  Cheesy

Hrrmmm... Err...  That be me.  What you can't tell in that first shot is, I also had a beard, some hobbit ears, and scary yellow wolf eye contacts, all of which conspired to make me look like some kinda psycho Mennonite.  I do sincerely apologize to any who may be permanently traumatized by my resplendent pastiness.  I have a good time though!


Funny thing about the LARP stuff is, I did indeed grab the basic construction idea of the legs from a German LARPER's site.  Like wifey basically said, for the legs:  upholstery seat foam, cut into wedges and triangles, held into place with pantyhose (no, I'm not making it up), and fun fur sewn around it by someone who knew how.  For the hooves: a pvc pipe cut in two and shaped with a hacksaw and a blowtorch, some fiberglass bondo in front for the cloven bits, J-B welded to Ninja tabi boots (is there anything they can't do?).  As for the superglue, hey, they used it in Vietnam to stick skin together, why not?  Didn't burn me, worked way better than spirit gum, came off when I needed it to.  Pan is dead, Long Live Pan!
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