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« on: July 26, 2009 02:43:02 PM »

I really hope this is in the right place. Some backstory:
I perform every other weekend with Orgasmic Rush of Lust, Richmond's only active Rocky Horror Picture Show shadow cast. I play Columbia. Last night during a fight with tiny hand stitches on a purse that should have been a messenger bag (my sewing machine froze D:) I decided to take a small craft break and discovered much to my pleasure a tote bag full of felt I'd forgotten I had.

One hour later, I had this for my costume bag. Her hair is pinker in real life.



Her lips aren't exactly how I wanted them and the hairs a little crooked, but I was super pleased with her eye makeup and eyebrows! She's about six inches by six inches, and will soon live on my duffel. I very well may end up with one for each character!
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