It’s the Big Costume Weekend! What Are Yoooo Doin?

You know what weekend this is! And if you plan to do the whole costume thang, we bet not see you lookin’ foul cuz we will growl! Definitely check out our Events page for all the costume happenings all across the land of Dallas Ft. Worth, and be sure to look out for the entrepreneurial and mobile DJ TDK with his Jambulance on the prowl to liven up a party near you! Below are some events you may want to check out…

 

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  1. A collar can never be too high because the animators need to change the characters’ faces. They need to be able to move the chin down and tilt the head backward. Is that character going to be running? The costume can’t restrict the knee movement, and if they’re in really high heels, that’s going to be a problem. We’ll need to lower them so they can move properly.

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  2. Whether they’re making spot-on ’ period clothing or producing hundreds of detailed, Afrofuturistic outfits , costume designers regularly pull off staggering creative feats. But Deborah Cook’s job is uniquely challenging. As head of the 25-person costume department at Laika, the Oregon-based stop-motion studio behind movies like

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  3. Whether they’re making spot-on ’ period clothing or producing hundreds of detailed, Afrofuturistic outfits , costume designers regularly pull off staggering creative feats. But Deborah Cook’s job is uniquely challenging. As head of the 25-person costume department at Laika, the Oregon-based stop-motion studio behind movies like

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