alice wrote:check out:http:/www.amybrown art.com
to pick out your fuckin fairy avatar.
ya fuckin fairy!
Excuse me...yeah, you. You got a problem with fairies? Yeah, there are male fairies, and we have serious wings. Wings that would make you jealous. And I'm not exactly a small fairie, at 255 lbs, 6'4", with martial arts experience I can kick ass if I need to.
So what was you saying about fairies again? You wish you could look this good!
And thanks for the cool link by the way. (grin)
Remember, you make your own BM experience...mine just happens to include wings!
Angry Butterfly wrote:I remembered another one I really liked, the night of the burn i saw a guy dressed as shiva, the costume wasnt perfect, he probably wasnt an artist, but it clearly took a lot of time and effort, which I reallly appriciate. The most truely odd, truely inspiring costume I ever saw was (This is probably cheating) made in a class i was in at RISD called Creature Creation where we made life size puppets. Although there were some that were technicly awesome, the best one was theis huge slug like fat woman that was really an alien that had lost her biomorphic ship, she had this sweet "face" on the top of her body that was really a disguise, and her belly opened to a big, toothy mouth, it really freaked people out when that belly opened up!
Raheer wrote:I have to know, what is it? For me, strangely, it wasn't even at BM, but at a Sci/Fi Fantasy convention here in Portland, Oregon.
clandyone wrote:I also liked the guy dressed as the Chrysler building. I don't really know why, but every time I saw him I had a good chuckle.
BroadcastBurner wrote:huge dude garbed up as a shaman/zulu and he was walking through the tropical blacklight forest camp
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