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The Costumer's Manifesto: New Pages and Images on the Site New Pages and Images on the Site

Photos from DVC Costume Design Class Spring 2010'Now with more new Pictures!'

Makeup Class Photos Spring 2010 'Now with more new Pictures!'

Photos of real bruises for makeup study! First there are the injuries from a bad fall in the theatre "house" where I fell on my face and hit my arm on a wooden arm rest as I went down. Images show the cut lip and arm from the day of the fall and in stages of bruising and healing over a month, then my Dad's leg surgery:

Cut lip

Bruised arm

Stitches and bruising from surgery to fix a broken leg.

Costume Designs for Betty's Summer Vacation at DVC, 2010 'Now with more new Pictures!'

Costume Designs for Othello at DVC, 2010

Costume Designs for On the Razzle at DVC, 2010

Tara's Personal Pages:

Fr. Andrew F. Maginnis 70th Anniversary

Tara's Personal Pages:

Sr. Marilyn Murphy Retirement

DVC Drama Improv Troupe as DVC Vikings

Viking Mascot Costumes for Diablo Valley College

Urinetown the Musical at DVC

FreeDistressing Workshop at DVC 10/3/2009

Makeup Class Photos Fall2009

GBACG Fairy & Vampire Makeup Workshop 9/15/2009

Photos from Costume College 2009

Tour to FIDM

Steampunk Workshop

Banyan Workshop

Photos of DVC Costume Design Class projects and lessons Spring 2009

Costume Design Class helps build Dream Costumes

A Midsummer Night's Dream at DVC Drama, 2009includes Green Screen images of actors you can use to make special effect photoswith fairies.

DVC Student Costume Designers

Blithe Spirit, 2009. Costumes by Martina Jeans

The Fantasticks at DVC Drama, 2009

Beginning Costume Design at DVC

Spring 2009 Stage Makeup Class Images

Frankenstein at DVC Drama, 2008

Costume College 2008: PowerPoints, Handouts and Photos of Tara's Presentations

Costume Related Blogs

Not on the site, pix of my demo at CC26:

SFSF66.pdf@160x120.jpg http--Early Makeup Demo at Costume Con - efanzines.com-SFSF-SFSF66.pdf

@160x120.jpg how3ird's slideshow on Flickr of my makeup demo at CC26

More volumes of The Cutter's Practical Guide 1893-1898 by W. D. F. Vincent:

Part 3:

The Cutter's Practical Guide to the Cutting & Making all Kinds of Trousers, Breeches, & Knickers, to which is added chapters dealing with the cutting & making of Highland kilts, leggings, gaiters, etc. in Gallery View, [Scans by Pat Lamprey of the Lakewood Library]

or you can go to the

whole of Part 3 in PDF download

Part 4:

Livery Garments in all their varieties, including coats, vests, trousers, breeches and gaiters as worn by livery servants

Part 9, (edition date unknown)

The Cutter's Practical Guide to Cutting, Making & FItting Lounges, Reefers, Norfolk, Sporting & Patrol Jackets in Gallery View, [Scans by Pat Lamprey of the Lakewood Library]

or you can go to the

whole of Part 9 in PDF download

Part 10: (edition date unknown)

The Cutter's Practical Guide to Cutting & Making all kinds of Waistcoats for Gentlemen, Ladies, Military & Naval Officers, Livery Servants, etc., etc. in Gallery View, [Scans by Pat Lamprey of the Lakewood Library]

or you can go to the

whole of Part 10 in PDF download

Part 11

. date unknown, Shirts, Undergarments, Collars, Cuffs, Aprons, and Specialty Clothing for Various Occupations [Scans by Pat Lamprey of the Lakewood Library]

Part 12 (Date Unknown)

The Cutter's Practical Guide to Cutting & Making all kinds of Clerical Dress

in Gallery View, [Scans by Pat Lamprey of the Lakewood Library, includes also British Legal and Academic robes]

or you can go to the

whole of Part 12 in PDF download

Part 13 (Date Unknown)

The Cutter's Practical Guide to Cutting & Making all kinds of British Military Uniforms [Scans by Pat Lamprey of the Lakewood Library, includes also British Legal and Academic robes]

or you can go to the

whole of Part 13 in PDF download

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The Parti-Colored Monkey Ball Mask-a-Rave (2006)

Making Students/Faculty into Zombies for a Student Film (2006)

Makeup Class pages 2006

Waiting for Godot, Theatre UAF, 2006

The 2nd Theatre UAF Wearable Art Fashion Show FUNdraiser

Onstage & Backstage at the 2006 show

Backstage Photos

Anne Foster Historic Costume Lecture on 3/15/06: Middle Class Women's Dress During the Westward Expansion 1850-1914

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4 Farces and a Funeral (Chekhov one acts), Theatre UAF, 2005 (various Pages)

book_proposalphotocostporn.htm@160x120.jpg Book Proposal Tara Maginnis

contents.htm@160x120.jpg Photographing Costume Porn and other advice from The Costumer

Dracula (Makeup Design), FDA, 2005

Class Pages for

Costume Design & Construction I

2DCostumes Exhibit info

2DCostumes

exhibit Reception with Edible Wearable Art Hats

Costume Design & Construction I class builds food hats!

Food Ideas for Costumer's Parties (Edible "hats", with photos)

Related Links list:

Costume Themed Party Ideas & culinary how-to pages

Resources for Portfolios and Resumes in Theatre

Turning light up Christmas deer into Quick Topiary

Aurora Borealis Minivan Makeover

GOTHIC LOLITA and other Japanese Alternative Fashion Magazines for sale

UAF Alaska Native Graduation Stole aka Making a Stole (Academic or Clerical)

Oedipus Rex at Theatre UAF

Product Links

20,000 Years of Fashion : The History of Costume and Personal Adornment 20,000 Years of Fashion : The History of Costume and Personal Adornment

Costumesand Chemistry : A Comprehensive Guide to Materials and Applications

Extreme Beauty: The Body Transformed

This Page is part of The Costumer's Manifesto, originally founded by Tara Maginnis, Ph.D. from 1996-2014, now flying free as a wiki for all to edit and contribute. Site maintained, hosted, and wikified by Andrew Kahn. Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License; additional terms may apply. See Terms of Use for details. You may print out any of these pages for non-profit educational use such as school papers, teacher handouts, or wall displays. You may link to any page in this site.