Below is a collection of the weapons and props I have made for Steam-punk and Cyber-punk costumes
I created these adorable furry black wolf ears and tail
I helped my friends make a fur coat and toga, from the left-over off cuts I made these wolf ears and tail
I added wire to the tail so I can change the position to portray different moods
My friend and I recently attended a new spy themed LARP game called; Aces and Operatives!
I was a body guard for the CIA, turned into an Assassin Operative working undercover for the enemy
It was a great excuse to dress up fancy, although I was already sold at the canapes and Poker!
I bought this Grecian style green dress for just £1 at a jumble sale
However, unfortunately it was much too big for me, so I adjusted it to fit me.
As you can see the dress was about double my size!
I discovered someone had let the dress out previously, using the added gold material at the back
I removed the gold added back piece and put darts in fit myself
I then added a zip as I had to remove the previous hook and eye fastenings
Here is a photo to quickly show you what face-painting materials I use
Collection of a few sketches of dresses at the Bath Fashion Museum
This beautiful long 18th or 19th century style dress, that reminds me of Jane Austen style costumes
I found it in a second hand shop called Traid, in Brixton
Me and my friend Hazel practised make-up
This is called a spotlight or halo eye!
I borrowed the elven headband and choker from Hazel
Vampyre LARP game set in Victorian Bath
- Floor length black and gold dress
- Black corset
- Long lace gloves
- Necklace and ear-rings
- Feather hair accessories
- Top hat