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Topic: Ideas on pulling off a Zero Punctuation costume?  (Read 1322 times)
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« on: January 15, 2011 06:46:12 AM »

"Zero Punctuation" is a series of video game critic animation delivered in a fast paced style.  (Hence, the moniker, "Zero Punctuation".)  It's by a guy called "Yatzhee" Croshaw and he uses a stick figure like character as his avatar during the shorts.

I have a Pride party to head to, and that means that I have to plan a costume....how am I going to pull it off on a student's budget?


I plan to have:
-  a cardboard/foamcore mask
-  black track pants
-  black long sleeved jacket
-  leather gloves
-  cardboard cut outs for all of the body parts
-  an ink pad
-  a "LIKE GOD OF WAR BUT", stamp

How am I going to attach the body parts to my hands/feet/main body?  For the torso, I think I'm going to use a harness.  The feet, I'm at a loss, and the hands I'm also lost.

I handcarve stamps, knit and have organic catnip.

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Looking for:  ATCs, some dry non-sanded grout mix

Got a 3DS?  I can clear save data from your games!  (Including RE Mercs 3D.)
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