The head honcho of my work is a big fan of Halloween and encourages everyone to dress up in a costume on Halloween. This year (2007) I decided I would go as Teen Wolf.

About five or six years back, I went as an Ape from the original Planet of the Apes (you know, the one with Heston). I bought a latex appliance from www.ScreamTeam.com. I liked the outcome of the costume, so I decided to use their "Beast" appliance to make me look more Teen Wolfish.

This one didn't come out too bad, so I thought I'd post the process here.

Step 1: Jacket

You may have noticed the jacket Michael J. Fox is wearing on the movie posters and DVD cover is red, however, the one he actually wears in the movie is blue.

I luckily found a letter jacket on eBay for $20 that was about my size. It was a pretty close match to the one Fox wore in the movie.

I ordered a 7 inch Chenille Letter "B" in royal blue on black felt on light gold felt. I don't remember where I got it, but you can google chenille letter for lots of options. Expect to pay around $20.

I used 3m Super 77 spray adhesive and sprayed the back of the letter. I then attached it to the jacket. I did this primarily to hold it in place while I ran it through my wife's sewing machine to keep the letter from coming off.
where can i find the mask?
Doesn't look like the one used is still available, it was a Beauty and the Beast style mask (like the old TV show with Linda Hamilton, I think), but check out the site, http://www.screamteam.com/products.php, maybe they have something similar.
I have never worked with Liquid Latex, about how much did you need to complete the mask? Also how long did it take you to complete the mask?
It didn't take much since I was basically just using it to glue the hair in. I think I bought a 5 ounce bottle and didn't use it all.<br><br>If I remember correctly, it only took me a night or two to glue the hair, since I waited for each layer to dry before I added the next.
I'm not one to comment often, but this is seriously awesome, if there was an award for being awesome, you would get it.<br />
Thanks.&nbsp; I think it was one of my better costumes.<br />
Auuuuuuu! Very cool ^^<br />
sorta looks like the cave men in the gieco comercial, hehe
Can you please help me out and point me in the right direction for the right wig to purchase and how to attach it to my head? Thanks, Ted
sorry, I got it off of eBay a long time ago. I don't remember who I purchased it from. It was just a long straight brown woman's wig. I just cut some of the length off the back and used it for the facial hair. The wig should fit most head sizes. You can just slip it over you existing hair as long as it's not too long.
Is there an email can contact you at? I would like some help on some of the other parts and your help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks Again, Ted Gruber gruberted@gmail.com
Great costume. I sent you a PM. What kind of wig did you buy exactly? Thanks, Ted
i was wondering if you had any pics of the back?i want to know how far the hair goes and if you used two wigs as well
Sorry no pics of the back. The hair go a little bit beyond my shoulders. Maybe a couple of inches. I used one long wig. I cut some length of of it and used the excess hair for the facial hair.
I have been wanting to do this Costume for a few years now! Awesome )
Hi mate, Im really wanting to do this costume for my stag night. I have ordered the basket ball kit and been on the scream website only problem they are out of stock on the Beast masks :( I also wanted advice on how to attach wig hair to my body namely arms/ legs is it possible do I use that liquid latex on the website. Also any ideas for claws or nails? Many thanks in advance.
Brilliant work can you tell me where you got your wolf ears from?
Hmmm...I having a hard time remembering, but I think I bought them at a local party supply store (Party Pig in Austin, TX). They are just latex pointy ear tips, not the whole ear. You just glue them to your ears with spirit gum.
what kind of mask is that?
<a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.screamteam.com/newpage/thebeast.htm">http://www.screamteam.com/newpage/thebeast.htm</a><br/>
nice, i was looking for it, but for some reason i couldnt find it on the site great job with everything
you should have a picture of J. Fox as comparison.
Haha. Classic.
awesome awesome awesome!!! You ever think of selling it, let me know.
Yes, very well done. The Walkman finishes it nicely. Did you ride to work on the top of an ol cube van??
Thanks. I wish I had a panel van. I have a four door Jeep Wrangler Unlimited and I totally wanted to put a mannequin dressed up like teen wolf and doing a hand stand on it's head on the roof of my jeep and but Wolf Mobile on the sides and drive it to work...but, I didn't get to it.
as a kid my fav part was when he went to the liquor store and demanded a keg of beer in his wolf voice. i thought someday when i'm older I too can go into a liquor store...and maybe buy something. i also thought i would be ferris bueller in hi school, but that never happened either
would you be willing to sell your costume? I've pm'd you. Thanks, Jerry
Wow, that's really cool. Great instructable. Too bad I don't have patience like yours.

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