Take a look at this amazing Transformers costume, made by a crafty fellow named Mark. He’s posted several photos of his latest creation on Marksprojects.com, as well as a bunch of YouTube videos of the costume in action.
This looks so cool! Mark calls this his “Bolt” Transformers costume. And while it doesn’t transform into a car, the costume does have a bunch of neat movable parts and effects. Absolutely amazing job, Sir.
This is the latest advancement in costume techniques and technology…. this guy has everything… from moving eyes, working light-up and smoke thrusters to moving mouth piece with voice amplifier to remote control arms with moving features in the arms as well as insane level detailing and transformers movie esthetics.. this is the best piece i have ever done and really proud of the end result…
Check out the latest costume from Peter Kokis of Brooklyn RobotWorks! He’s well known in the New York area for his amazing Transformers, Terminator, and Robot costumes made out of ordinary household items.
His latest costume is called the “Brooklyn Mechanical Robot.” Isn’t it a beauty? It’s made with modular parts, so he can swap out the arms, legs and shoulders with various models. The head of the robot is based ‘Gort’ from the original The Day The Earth Stood Still. And yes, his mouth-speaker is an egg slicer!
Ha, this is so funny and cute. It’s a homemade toilet costume, and you can learn to make one for yourself. Best of all, the lid opens, and the toilet bowl holds all the candy. That’s so hilarious!
This costume was made by pezzasaurus, who was inspired to make this for a daughter in the process of potty training. Read all about it on Instructables.
I was inspired to do this costume for my daughter because she was in the process of potty training at the time. Luckily her size was roughly proportional to an actual toilet. She really enjoyed wearing it too because the toilet lid opens to reveal a bowl that functions as the candy receptacle; making it a fun and interactive costume.
Behold, the Rolling Rock Spartan! It’s a very well done suit of armor, made by Yunk28. He wanted to combine his love of armor with his love of Rolling Rock. Fantastic job! I really like the accessories, too: Helmet, sword, shield– even sandals!
Read the tutorial on Instructables, if you’d like to try to make your own.
For the torso armor I cut the boxes into diamond pieces and attached them together using twist ties. I attached the pieces to make a chain-mail type armor that is form fitting to my body and made it easier to move around. Each piece I also covered in crystal clear packing tape to make it water resistant…