None of me. I had the camera! I couldn't get any decent ones while we out trick or treating. Just a whole bunch that will make great light textures for graphics, but I also snapped a couple when we stopped at Dennys for dinner.
If you're E, making your keyblade out of duct tape is the obvious solution to "Where do I get a keyblade?" This is also a better picture of how she trimmed her robe. If you read her blog, she's got pics posted of what she was trying to accomplish. She succeeded beautifully.
A little more detail. The MM emblem on the bottom of the chain of her keyblade, and the beads she made. I'm really impressed with the beads. They are strung on duct tape too. I'd like to state again for the record.. SHE made her costume. I didn't help at all.
W couldn't find his costume. E found a black skirt she THOUGHT was a robe, then tried to convince him to call his sword Sting and go as Frodo in drag.
Not the best picture of his necklace, but I'll scan all 3 later. It's one of the ones we got at the Clay Arts show we stumbled on. They were 6.00 dollars each from Jennifer Lombard, you can email her at lombardstaley AT yahoo DOT com if you want one of your own.
Okay.. I'll admit it.. I just LOVE it when he looks at me like that. Which is the only reason I picked this picture out of all of them I took. He's so handsome. Now I want to run off and cuddle him.
Quick Superman! There's an Alaskan politician in danger of being honest!
Caption this picture. Who's Mike off to save?
So it's over finally. But it was a lot of fun. My brother wasn't home when we hit his house, but we ran into him while E was trick or treating. W is TALLER then him now. I mean.. I probably knew it if I thought of it, but W is still a kid in my mind even if he's a young man really, and my brother is an adult.
As far as my hair goes, the beer made it very soft, and full of body, not quite as absolutely straight as usual. I wouldn't use it every time I "shampoo", but for special occasions, I think it's a winner.