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Best Bob Ross Deadpool Halloween Costume Guide
When you think of the ultimate anti-hero Deadpool, what comes to mind? Profanity? Extreme violence? A nearly constant stream of hilarious, smart-mouthed one-liners? Wrong. When we think of Deadpool, we think of tips for wet-on-wet oil painting.
In a teaser trailer for Deadpool 2, actor Ryan Reynolds, complete with a Deadpool costume, impersonates The Joy of Painting host, Bob Ross. Deadpool takes us through a parody of an episode with a hilarious effect. Pay tribute to The Joy of Painting with this Bob Ross Deadpool costume guide.
This costume is double layered, as you’ll need the Adult Deadpool Unisex Cosplay Costume underneath. Then, layer on an Afro Short Curly Wig, White Men’s Long Sleeve Shirt, Men’s Classic Carpenter Jeans, Men’s Casual Belt, Painting Set, and some Crayola Washable Paint.
Bob Ross Deadpool Cosplay Costumes
When you have a cosplay event or a fun costume party to attend, don’t go with the grain dressed in a plain old Deadpool costume. Mix it up a little bit with this hilarious spoof of painter Bob Ross. The pre-release marketing campaign for the movie Deadpool 2 gave us a few hilarious trailers for comic fans. The Bob Ross preview would be no exception. With a soft voice, Deadpool layers a pair of blue jeans, white shirt, and a full head of hair the mercenary transforms into a painter.
Try this Deadpool variation and you’re sure to be a hit at any event. Make sure to bring your palate and paint supplies! With this look, you’ll also have the standard Deadpool costume you can always wear on its own. Be sure to send us your pictures when you try out this brilliant take on a Deadpool cosplay.
About Bob Ross Deadpool
One of the teaser trailers for 2018’s most anticipated superhero movie, Deadpool 2, featured this hilarious parody of the popular 80’s TV host Bob Ross. Bob Ross was known in the 80’s and early 90’s as host of his own painting show, The Joy of Painting. The show had a very basic setting, with Ross standing beside a blank canvas, taking viewers through the process of creating a painting in a live setting, using his favored “wet-on-wet” oil painting style.
Ryan Reynolds’ parody, unlike the original show, is filled with his trademark profanity and crude remarks. Hilariously, the image on the canvas changed at a pace Deadpool could not possibly paint live. The parody ends, leading to a short trailer with real action from the upcoming Deadpool sequel.