Anita Holmes wanted to up her cosplaying game and thought moldmaking would be a good skill to develop. She bought our Oogoo for Artists book and what she learned there helped her create a jaw [...]
This project has been a long time coming. Our client had to put it on hold for about a year, so Mr. S's half-made, uncanny mug has been staring at us from the corner, patiently [...]
We've been busy as can be this month. Finished the truly awesome Cleopatra headdress which we can't show you until mid May, after our customer premieres it at her performance. It is worth the wait [...]
Wow, we have never had such a busy winter before. The last few years have been slow from November to early March, but this year the flow of inquiries and custom orders never let up [...]
We are leaving today for the sweetest little music festival in the mountains that you ever saw - the Lake Eden Arts Festival. Last spring was our first time vending there and we [...]
We've been making dog armor since 2007, though only a few sets a year. It takes a certain kind of dog lover and dog to invest in such a unique project. Making costumes [...]
Paul started out making his costumes from paper mache. It's an accessible, cheap medium that can be used to create just about any shape, large or small. The results can be sturdy and weatherproof if done right. It can also be heavy and uncomfortable. But it's a time honored Halloween costume material and I've gathered some links that show it's versatility and potential high quality (no balloon heads). I also threw in some cardboard, duct tape and plaster gauze links.
We're finishing up some custom orders as well as planning our display for ConCarolinas (this coming weekend, June 4-6). We'll have a table in the Art room, which will also be the site of some [...]