A VERY "GREEN" HALLOWEEN
Halloween at the Greenawalt residence throughout the ages.
I attended a party and decided to do a vampire costume. I had bought a black hooded robe last year to wear for a Darth Sidious costume. I had been studying up on the professional application of prosthetics and everything steered me toward using foam latex prosthetics and glueing them on with Pros-Aid. This was my first project with them and I was very happy with the results. I also invested in a pair of yellow contact lenses and custom vampire teeth. Here are some additional progress shots and a close-up.
This same year my son Sage went as a wounded knight. Here is a shot of his SPFX make-up that I applied.
In 2005 I bought some rubber latex appliances of an old man prosthetics. My goal was to make it look like Darth Sidious. I didn't have much luck with using spirit gum for the glue and none of my bodypaints seem to adhere to the rubber latex very well, but here is the shot.
Well I didn't do any special costumes this year for me or the kids, but I did paint a pumpkin like Ben Grimm (The Thing) and my friend Ed as a Caribean pirate.
In October of 2003, we spent Halloween in Las Vegas and attended the Vegas ComicCon Sci-Fi Convention. Here are a few images of our costumes for the event. I was Ghost Rider, Sage was Night Crawler, and Zane was Venom.
Up to and including 2002 (Under Construction)
I know that I've done quite a few different Halloween face paintings throughout the years and I'm tracking them down. For now, here is a shot of me with Alice Cooper make-up on for a Halloween acoustic guitar gig I played one year and also a picture of me as a kid in a ghoulish outfit that words just can't describe (sorry thumbnails only for now). More to come...
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