Tagged: Halloween costume

Coolest Halloween costume- A full-body, functional DSLR Camera    

Nikkon Camera CostumeThis Halloween,  photographer Bryan Troll undertook a tedious task of making a distinct impression at the party. Indeed, he succeeded in doing so by his Nikkon Camera costume. We aren’t talking about just cardboard outfit, but a fully-functional DSLR camera equipped with flash and LCD screens that instantly displays clicked images. Read More…

Transformers costume made from Amazon Prime boxes

Amazon-Prime-Costume

People keep surprising us with their unique ideas and artwork which have never been seen before. This one is right up there with the unique dirt cheap creations. Caron Arnold, a creative director of Fusions Marketing agency in St. Louis has come up with her own version of a Transformer costume made from cardboard boxes.
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Superdad Ryan builds awesome ‘Ghostbuster Ecto-1’ for his paraplegic son

Superdad Ryan builds Ecto-1

Super dad Ryan Scott Miller is back with another marvelous Halloween costume for his 9-years-old paraplegic son Jeremy, who is suffering from ‘spina bifida’. It means he has not developed his spine properly in accordance to his age and he always needs his wheelchair to move around. Earlier, Ryan had built a cool ‘Star Wars Snowspeeder’ around Jeremy’s wheelchair. This time, it’s the Ecto-car featured in “Ghostbusters”. Jeremy is a big fan of Ghostbusters, so his dad thought it would be another special gift for him. Read More…

Parents build Millennium Falcon costume for 5-year-old son with cerebral palsy

Millennium Falcon costume Sebastian Bailey

Alright, you’ve seen the coveted Millennium Falcon in many avatars – here’s a Force struck husband and wife who’ve built their 5-year-old son with cerebral palsy a spaceship as Halloween costume. The awe-inspiring spaceship is built by Chantelle and Patrick Bailey for their son Sebastian. The Millennium Falcon with wooden foundation is made from corrugated plastic and it fits snugly around Sebastian’s walker. Read More…

Mom creates Halloween costumes for her son’s wheelchair

Wheelchair costume for Halloween

We’re all waiting for Halloween. Most of us have the leverage to design best of cosplays for ourselves, but it’s not so with those bound to their wheelchairs. Thankfully, one Caleb has Cassie McLelland, the famous wheelchair costume designer from Mansfield, Texas, as his mother. Cassie, who is taken the internet by a storm, has been designing Halloween costumes for wheelchairs since 2008. A fad that started as a way to please her son Caleb McLelland, 3-year-old then, who suffers with Spina bifida and is wheelchair bound, is now a routine for Cassie who has a tutorial blog running, teaching other parents to make breathtaking wheelchair costumes for their chair-bound kids. Cassie also has an Etsy shop selling ready-made wheelchair costumes for not so creative parents. Read More…

Seven coolest life-size homemade transformer costumes [Videos]

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We all need fancy dresses for Halloween. When most out there will be adorning horrific designs – you can keep it tidy yet impressive with these really awesome homemade transformers costumes. The cool life-size costumes, some with motorized wheels, can even move for real in vehicle mode. If you have been fascinated with Optimus Primes and Bumblebees, here are options you can choose from for Halloween this time. Read More…

How about a Transformers Bumblebee costume for this Halloween?

Halloween is always associated with scary props and costumes that are meant to send cold chills down your spine. But it’s time to do something different this Halloween, don’t you think? A Transformers Bumbelbee costume would be that something different for sure. Made by Travis Culling of AZCostumes, this 9.5 feet-tall costume is made from wood, latex paint and flexible foam. Having drywall stilts make sure that you look tall inside this costume which also has LED lights and headlights for standing out in the night time.
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DIY Electronic Demon costume for this Halloween

Halloween is almost here and the craze for weird or out-of-the-box props is at its pinnacle. Joining the band-wagon of some really interesting Halloween costumes is this electronic demon costume which is surely Damn Geeky. Powered by an Arduino, this funky outfit has a voice changeover interface using the Adafruit Wave Shield and a mask with eyes having LED matrix that changes the expression of the eyes. To make the effect even geekier, voiceover is complimented with LED mouth that responds to the wearer’s mouth movement. Two battery packs are used to do all the fancy stuff with one specifically to power up the speaker amplifier and the other for Arduino or other electronics.
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