Wednesday, March 20, 2013
I hope you're not sick of amazing costumes and fun convention stories yet, you guys - but if you are, maybe you should skip this post. :) On the plus side, this is my final MegaCon recap, so I'll be back to crafts and art and laundry room makeovers next.
But 'til then, BAM!
I have even more photos from Sunday than Saturday, so I'll see how many of my favorites I can cram in here. Since I was free from my "Vadorable" trappings (and thank you for that adjective, Marigold), I was sprinting through the crowd like a gleeful child on Sunday, snapping pics left and right. The crowd levels were perfect, too: fairly packed, but still manageable. There was even enough room in the vendor area to get a little shopping done. [eyebrow waggle]
I saw more kids in costume on Sunday, too - although it's possible they were just easier to SEE, what with the lesser crowds.
As always, if you want to see the rest head on over to my Flickr album; I can't fit all the geeky goodness in just one post!
Fitting it to the cane was quite a challenge; we had to buy the reducing coupler from a specialty plumbing store across town, and then John had to cut and flange it slightly to fit the angle of the stopper. To hold it in place, he bent the tips of each flap just slightly - allowing the stopper to click into place with an audible "thonk", and then for extra security we doused it with E-6000 adhesive.
And check this out:
My original mask tusks were made with thin copper foil folded into cones. They were so flimsy I kept accidentally smashing them, though, 'til they looked like this:
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