Basically I'm really excited because Hallowe'en is a-comin' yet again! In my opinion Halloween > Christmas on so many levels... Mostly because I'm Jewish. Just kidding, I just play a jew on T.V.
Moving right along, Hallowe'en is fast approaching and I've already started the construction of my costume. Wanna know what it is?
First, let's take a moment to reflect upon Hallowe'ens of yore, and share together in the "colourful" history that is my love of making costumes. It all started when I was but a wee tot and I accidentally sewed myself to a piece of fabric. You could say I got "hooked" (pardon the pun). These days I'll usually make 2 decently elaborate costumes.
Like last year when I was a Human Centi-Pad (from T.V.'s South Park)
This is when I was just Joanne Mcleod. Hal Johnson ditched at the last minute. Awkward!
Here's me as Waldo from a b-day party.
And as Fiona from Shrek.
And as Freddie Mercury.
And as a Ghostbuster.
My go-to weekend outfit is usually a sailor. Here are some seamen by a toilet.
No idea what we were supposed to be here.
As Alexander DeLarge. He is an inspiration for life and for my blog.
There is but a snippet of some of the kooky characters I've decided to emulate at some point. Needless to say I love this and I'm so so so excited to officially announce on this blog right here that this Hallowe'en I'll be dressing up as Loki from The Avengers/Thor.
I just think he's so cool and brooding for a villain. I've already started building his awesome helmet out of some wire and paper mache, stay tuned for pictures of the finished version.