^o^ fdkalfjdklf <- That's me flipping my shiz because the photos from 's photoshoot are in!!!
Firstly I'll apologize, cause you guys are about to get a Jack Frost SPAM. I love all of these so much! The colors and the locations and fff. I'm just all happy right now! But I promise to spread them out- you won't have your inboxes stuffed all at once!
I love the composition of this one- it almost looks like a screenshot or somethin'! And the magic trick I did on my ears to make them stick out really works well at that angle. Hooray, I got the Dreamworks ears!!
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**Jack Frost DA Gallery here [link]
****AND TUMBLR: [link]COSTUME FAQ's:-The hoodie (which began as an XXL hoodie, was dyed, and then deconstructed and resewn together with dual seamlines stitched into the front and back and a new front pocket) is painted with blue fabric paints, a fabric pen, brushed on 3D glitter paint, and touches of white acrylic paint that were brushed and patted on for the frost effects.
-The pants (someone thought I didn't make them... PSH LOOK AT HOW ODDLY THEY FIT. Of course I did), were sewn together from a pattern I'd recommend to no one ever and then dry-brushed with brown acrylic paints and more of the blue fabric paint and glitter 3D paints from the hoodie.
-My staff was made from pvc pipes and styrofoam tubes (found those at Hobby Lobby) and then covered in model magic (and scored with a butter knife for the wood grain) and dry brushed with acrylic paints and glitter.
-The wig was styled with Got2BGlued and a little Got2BGlued flexible gum (it's a hair glue, not a gel) and came from Amphigory- you can find a link to the base wig in the wig progress photo in my Jack gallery. Just know that it required a lot of cutting!