KhaosKreator
 


Costume :Martin Finnegan (splicer)
Source :Bioshock
Progress :Complete
Worn At :Minamicon 16 (2010)


Costume Photos

Photo by Nert

Photo by Nert

Photo by Nert

Photo by Nert

Photo by Nert

Reference

 


Costume Information

General
Awards : Best powertools award, sponsered by Black and Decker. Minami 16 April 2010

Description
Will be worn by the delightful Timber as he helps me and Matt as we bumble about during the day. But just because he's being a spotter doesn't mean he can't look fabulous!

We picked Martin Finnegan as he's a main splicer in the game, and the name is an inside joke for us.

The fun part of this costume was making him look all icy. Also the puns.

Comments

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yessss, fabulous spotters!!!

by Sands on Wednesday, 27 January, 2010 - 23:44
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Spotters need to be sexy too!

Timber's so sexy he'll keep the free huggers away with the POWER OF HIS CHARM.

-Tab

by KhaosKreator on Wednesday, 27 January, 2010 - 23:45
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fabulousness abound!
Timber is becoming more decadently flambuoyant with every con!

by Ninodog on Wednesday, 27 January, 2010 - 23:49
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Looking very dashing. I love the waistcoat.

by Sephirayne on Thursday, 28 January, 2010 - 00:13
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Brilliant!. I only recently got to see Bioshock played through and thought the enemies were really cool designs.
Cant wait to see it!

by Lulu Rose on Thursday, 28 January, 2010 - 13:11
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Ooo I love it so far!

Are you doing any kind of Frozeny looking effects on the clothing at all?

by Chikinpoo on Thursday, 25 March, 2010 - 17:30

Go Timber, by the power of the chicken!

Nicely done Tab (:

by Anggul on Monday, 12 April, 2010 - 07:52
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Finnegan's my favourite splicer in the whole game~ Fantastic costume, it looks great!

by Chi-Ahn on Saturday, 24 July, 2010 - 17:02
 

Journal

Waistcoat Done! (Posted 27th January 2010)

Started and finished the waistcoat today. It's fully lined with welted pockets, 6 real button holes and vintage buttons. The fabric is amazing, though took some persuading to get Timber to buy it for the waistcoat. The flower I just happened to have for some reason.

It's all new and lovely and shiny and because of it I now know that I need to charge £50 for custom waistcoat commissions. And now I have to go and beat the shit out of it and cover it with dirt. Oh well!