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<p>What was the material for the gown...looks really cool</p>
<p>It was the cheapest unbleached muslin I could get at JoAnn Fabrics. I hung the completed gown from the garage ceiling and walked around it with cans of spray paint, brown, black, green, etc. Then took a paint brush and splattered red latex paint on the front for 'blood'.</p>
<p>That is a pretty cool costume! Did it take a long time to make it all?</p>
<p>Oh, I'd say probably 20 hours or more. I didn't sew the costume, used hot melt glue and hemmed the edges. Be careful on those stilts!</p>
<p>how much would I have to give for one of these costumes without the stilts? I already have 36&quot; stilts but how much would it cost without the electronic eyes and such?also here's my current stilt costume...I'm on the right as you can tell</p>
<p>Very cool costume! Using a giant walking stick is a great idea, gives you extra stability! I sold mine on Ebay for $1300.</p>

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