Submitted projects in Costume & Make-up (21)
Building a jetpack for my 5yo who is obsessed with Royden Lepp's graphic novel Rust whose protagonist is a small cyborg boy with a jetpack.
A 3D printed Soldier: 76 mask, complete with blinking lights and a removable faceplate!
Do you want a fun and easy costume that will only cot you a little bit. You should MAKE AN HOT AIR BALLOON
A backpack that would make Jillian Holtzman proud, bust ghosts with your own lighted proton pack.
I decided to design and build a Halloween costume of the Kamehameha butterfly, an endangered species in Hawai'i. :)
Designed this for my little girl, Captain Zoe: Space Princess!
These two pieces will put you in the mood to eat candy. Cheap and very easy to make you can trick or treat sweetly!
What do you get when you have a crafty mama and handy, tech-crazed daddy? A decked out diaper box that makes all your friends jealous.
The Earth obstructs my view of Venus. I'm going to blow it up ... so I need to be dressed appropriately.
A Luna Lovegood Lion Hat! I wanted to make a lion hat for Halloween and wanted it to be more like the book version!
A conductive 3D printing filament was smushed into the LED contacts using a soldering iron to complete the circuit.
A modular parametric and extensible Animatronics cad generation framework.
An Arduino powered Stranger Things light wall costume that can be controlled via Bluetooth serial connection to a cell phone.
A statue costume depicting Prince Eris fron The Little Mermaid.
A wall of LED where you can spell out messages from the Upside-Down is the best way to impress your friends and to cheat the Demogorgon.
A spooky mask on your face with a scary background using image processing. Does not require any materials just some cool software.
Build a SIMPLE text-able Halloween costume/sign in a couple of hours & ~$25 worth of electronics! NO soldering, NO advanced skills, NO Barb!
A dark scary cloud that flashes white lightening and scary rainbows, controlled by a micro:bit and neopixels
My 5-year-old daughter wanted to be Rey from Star Wars this Halloween.
We built a Millennium Falcon to go with her costume.
As a parent, what do you do when your child takes an oath to serve Saruman? Make them a proper set of Uruk Hai armor of course!
You know how it goes: I saw a video about a guy who made something and thought "I can do that." This time though, I really did it.