I don’t think there is a more fitting costume for this very sinister looking guy…he looks like he is about to pull out a gun and let you have it. Which is why he is perfect to dress up as Nick Fury, who seems like he is having a perpetualy bad day. #NickFurry
In honor of the return of the fourth season of AMC’s The Walking Dead…I’ve scared up some tutorials from the zombie experts who create the amazing monsters that scare the crap out of us every week.
To see my version of one of the “Walking Dead CDC Hospital Doctors ” scroll down…
Paging Dr. Smith…(sorry about the blurriness my hubby was laughing uncontrollably at me while taking the picture)
Drinking my morning coffee…
Doesn’t every one dress up everyday to go to work? No…just me…?
Zombie Doctor Instructions:
- Purchase scrubs and lab coat at Value Village
- Apply dirt and black makeup to clothing to make dirty
- Apply tea stain and blood to clothing to layer affect
- Purchase Bloody gauze and wrap around appendages
- Add body parts and/or other props such as stethoscope
- Do makeup as directed in Tutorial
i don’t have words for this costume…it is just that awesome.
Courtesy of: The 57 Greatest Pet Costumes EVER.
A little history for your Friday afternoon…
Let us not forget that our favorite holiday originated in the Pagan celebration of the Winter Solstice. One ritual back then was dressing in costume, but this was long before Freddie Krueger masks were available on every corner. The Pagans were inspired to portray the demons they faced in nature: bears that could tear a person limb from limb, or tall trees that could cast long, mysterious shadows.
Charles Freger‘s photography series spotlights these “tribal European” costumes, still in use today, which may resemble some of history’s first. “Freger captures demons, devils, bears, stags and straw men as well as hybrid figures dressed in skins, hides, leaves, and antlers, that seem to have arrived out of the darker reaches of fairytales.”
“[T]he costumes and masks worn in folk festivals that mark the coming of spring, winter, or the new year remain vibrant and even frightening. As Fréger’s book shows, the…
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I could not even imagine this costumed canine running up to me in the dark on halloween night… absolutely terrifying. I have to tip my hat to anyone who dresses their dog up like a giant tarantula.
If this pooch could kill you with his lazer eyes i’m sure he would…
Courtesy of: Trend Hunter: Geeky Pooch Ensembles – The AT-AT Dog Costume Shows Off Your Pup’s Love for Star Wars.