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Halloween pics
Halloween pics
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Got a good one from SV:

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I'd be more tempted to cut that side of the milk jug off entirely and have it narrow-end-down myself, but that square chin effect does have something going for it.Maybe make a wide jagged cut like a lack-o-lantern mouth across the bottom instead of just a mouth hole so it can move with your jaw?
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Continuing the jug-head theme, a few yarrs ago (five, apparently, not the two I thought) there was this, similar to what I suggested above:

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That was using a big vinegar jug, BTW, and due to how I cut the eyeslits it actually had GREAT peripheral visison. A milk jug turns out to be a little too short to work properly in that orientation, though, and due to the eye holes being cut in the flat front it does block things a little more than the older design. Cutting a jack-o-lantern mouth (and lower eyes that the pic above so it's not mashing my nose) turned out to work pretty well, and a light spritz of candy orange automotive enamel plus a few minutes with a green Sharpie gave it some half-decent pumpkin colors too. Not the best photo, sadly, due to lighting conditions - I'll try again tomorrow with some natural light instead of the intentionally dim interior lights and always-crapifying camera flash. For now, though, here's a couple snaps of my Wink Gourdon Kopf costume.

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As the lower jaw is doubling as a chin strap to hold the mask down in front, opening my mouth also makes the mask's jaw move. You can see the difference between this shot and the full-body one above.
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New photo, on the spoopy side of the shed and holding my most stickedy stick:

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And for the record, even with just shorts on my legs underneath, DAMN this is hot, with a wool robe over a long sleeve knit top and a balaclava under the mask and a hood over that. It's only 60 degrees (~16C) out and I was still broiling before I'd even finished getting everything on, let alone after ten minutes of posing for the dozen snaps we actually took.
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The best Canadian celebrity Halloween costumes of 2019
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Work lets us us dress up for Halloween, this year I was a 'French Taunter' (from Monty Python's Quest for the Holy Grail' (I was the Spaceball shown above last year)
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