On the animated show Archer, Pam Poovey has her hair up in some kind of pseudo-bun apparatus (possibly a french twist?). What is her hairstyle and where can I find instructions for recreating it? [more inside]
posted by mikurski
on Oct 22, 2013 -
Make me look like Sterling Archer for Halloween. I want to look just like the "animated" version of him. I don't just want to wear a tux and color my hair. Need tips on "animating" a suit, painting my face, getting contact lenses, and getting my hair just right. [more inside]
posted by farmersckn
on Oct 13, 2012 -
Help me create a functional light bulb crown! I saw this amazing sculpture at an art walk this week, and I'd like to make it into something wearable for Burning Man. My guess is that I can start by buying this type of bulb, but I need some advice beyond that. Wiring type and strategy? Batteries? How about affixing them to my head? I have long hair and could do something creative with little buns - I want to secure everything in a minimalist way (no baseball hats) so that the focus is on the lights.
posted by red_rabbit
on Aug 20, 2011 -
How do I make long hair, moustaches, and beards for large (mascot-size) costumes?
The fur fabric that I've found is fairly short (just a few inches). I'd like to make a long white dwarf-like beard.
Here is a picture of a small gnome statue. How would I make a beard like that for a 24" wide face?
Here is the best example I've found so far. This costume actually has a long beard. Does someone actually sell fur fabric with hair that long?
posted by HappyEngineer
on Oct 11, 2009 -