DIY Big Daddy Suit

By Jim Rossignol on September 9th, 2009 at 5:47 pm.


We usually steer clear of the arts and crafts region of bloggery, but I’ll make an exception for the link Dartt just forwarded to me: How to make a Big Daddy costume in a whole bunch of fairly complicated steps. Amazing, ridiculous stuff. Compare and contrast with 2007′s costumes…

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18 Comments »

  1. blah says:

    Is that Alice’s sister?

  2. bob arctor says:

    I envy a man who dresses up as a big daddy and who can get a woman like that.

  3. Mike_in_Akron_USA says:

    That dude has waaaay too much time on his hands.. but it does look rather well done…

  4. linfosoma says:

    You would have to be very strogn to be able to walk around with that thing in your shoulders.
    Also, the girl on the left looks awesome.

  5. Pax says:

    This guy was at DragonCon in Atlanta over the weekend and I had a chance to see this costume first hand. The thing is amazing looking – and HUGE. Also the drill spins. :)

  6. shon says:

    I saw them at Dragoncon too, and yeah, when that drill spun, people went nuts. It was pretty amazing.

    When you are up close to it, it is pretty intimidating. Just awesome work.

  7. dartt says:

    I think my favourite ‘touch’ was the animatronic arm that he can grip with his left hand to maintain the correct scale. Just great work overall.

  8. Kadayi says:

    I knew this was comment worthy. Very nice ;)

  9. HexagonalBolts says:

    If you think it’s looks good in public, you should see what they do with those costumes in the bedroom!

  10. Rei Onryou says:

    That is absolutely awesome. I’m comparing it to my little figurine and its really accurate. I wonder how long until he’s hired for BS2 marketing.

  11. motherpuncher says:

    Yey dragoncon! Best party ever.

  12. Jayt says:

    Pretty impressive, and pretty nerdy

  13. Muzman says:

    ’tis very nice. The Portal gun is great too. Bit disappointed he didn’t make indestructo ankles for the missus as well though.

  14. sigma83 says:

    He did make heelsprings.

  15. Courteous D says:

    Huh. I’d never made the “(Alice’s) Little Sister” connection before. “Down the rabbit hole,” indeed!

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