My costume is a description of the character Michonne from The Walking Dead. Clothes were made from old clothing I had; I bought the wig, chains, and blood from the Halloween store. We also used real chains from Home Depot. Between the chains and the accessories, we spent no more than $60. Also, I used… Read More
Inspired by The Walking Dead! I used liquid latex, tissues, oats, gelatin, fake blood, liquid foundation, setting powder, and about 6 different eyeshadows (browns, blacks, and greys) to create this look! I used liquid latex with tissues to create the wrinkled skin. I also mixed it with oats to give a rotten flesh look. The… Read More
Day of the Dead Señor Bones was handmade using a men’s suit jacket, and I stoned the jacket. The best was handmade. The hat was adorned with silk flowers and peacock feather spray. Makeup was done by my daughter. The Voodoo witch doctor was handmade also. The vest was handmade. I attached the dead hand… Read More
My boyfriend and I were Michonne and Rick from the Walking Dead. Our costumes cost us about $50 total. My hair was already in faux dreads so no wig necessary! We did the sweat on Rick’s shirt by dabbing olive oil on his chest.
Mr. and Mrs. Zombie out for a lovely stroll around the city . . . looking for a bite to eat. Handcrafted zombie costumes with burns, moss, blood, and protruding bones. After all of that walking and eating, they found themselves dead tired . . . or should we say . . . undead tired.
I did Negan for a zombie walk here in my hometown and he’ll make his appearance yet again on Halloween. The last picture submitted is with our horde of zombies (and a Rick attempting to sneak up and take me out)
I have always been a huge Walking Dead fan, I watch the show and read the comics. With Nnegan being the worst villain in history I had to make a costume. The jacket is real leather and exactly what Negan wears, that goes for the rest of the clothes too. I made Lucille myself. It… Read More