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The Costumer's Manifesto: Costume College 2009 Photos Photos from Costume College 2009Steampunk Workshop

Attendees:

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2009Steampunkclass2009 0123costumecollege20090139.jpg Presenter, Tara Maginnis

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Leather boot with gear design dyed with sharpie markers and mettalic paint pens

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Nylon corset dyed brown and painted with metallic airbrush paints in laundry squirters

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Light up can can skirt with t-shirt light sets (small sets of pre-wired led xmas lights, also sometimes called floral lights)

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Quick 1912 lampshade dress made from a purple babydoll mini dress, a child's hula hoop, an '80's beaded dress sewn to a nylon pull on 1/2 slip. and the sleeves from the 1980s beaded dress sewn to the straps and armholes of the baybydoll dress.

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Turban to coordinate for a trip to the Edison bar. Consists of fabric wrapped and stitched over the cap of a de-billed baseball hat, a surrealist pin, a glass xmas ornament of an insect, with a led tea light stuck underneath to illuminate the insect, plus a hole in the top for inserting a portable fiber optic lamp as an aigrette.

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Geared backpack consisting of vents of drier hose, and toilet paper rolls, a $1 portable strobe light from Target, a animated plastic infants toy from Playskool, all antiqued and decorated with black paint, gold, silver and copper Rub'n'buff.

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Explaining about E-L wire

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Students select pre-painted water guns to antique with Rub'n'buff:

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