My son wanted to be a 'Bad Guy' and Two Face from Batman seemed like a fun one to create! We found a kid size blue suit jacket from a thrift store, along with some gray dress pants. I took fabric paint and painted half the jacket and half the pants. I went for the Tommy Lee Jones Two Face look. I painted the yellow zebra stripes first then went back and painted the black fill in. (Note: After using this much paint the arms were sorta stiff. This was my first time using fabric paint-maybe there is a trick to it).
Next I found a tuxedo shirt at another thrift store along with the tie. I brought both of them home and again painted half of each with fabric paint. I did the red spots first then filled the rest of the shirt in with purple. Then I outlined the red with black. This shirt was long sleeved and I did the whole front and back and sleeve. ( Just in case the jacket came off) Finally I painted his tie. Green on one half with black outlines. We shaved half his head, added some face paint on half his face, and a fun gun for a prop. For shoes we have several pairs of Converse-Chuck Taylor's so we did a dark blue on on his 'normal' side and a bright red one on his wild side!
This is my son, we made his Two Face Costume by using up an old school blazer, shirt and trousers with a charity shop tie. All his clothes were carefully pressed neatly on one side and then scorched (careful now, adults only!) on the opposite side using an out-door heater (safety first and synthetic fabrics give off some evil fumes!)
We used liquid latex on half of his face, pulling it into 'burn holes' just before it set, then used stage makeup to create the sores. His hair was neatly combed on the 'good' side and shaved off on the 'evil' side with red & grey make-up in the stubble to make the scorched look! To finish off we got him a Harvey Dent for President button badge!
His brother made a very good Joker - which was also all homemade and makeup - his waistcoat took me ages to make!
I was sworn in as a new attorney on October 31 and felt "Two-Face" from the Batman series was the appropriate character for me this Halloween. To make the mask, I started by layering liquid latex over a foam head and using fabric paint to build up scars and muscle tissue. Then, to add a crispy-skin look, I crinkled black tissue paper and glued it to the proper areas. When dry, the latex could be peeled off and attached to my face. I used black face paint and more tissue paper to hide the edges.
The rest was pretty easy, I just took an old suit and destroyed half of it with a carpet knife, spray-painted some black "charring" on the proper half, and added some red fabric paint for color. Hope you like my Homemade Harvey Dent Two Face Costume.
This is my brother's Two Face Halloween Costume. He bought a cheap suit from our local Goodwill for about $20. He spray painted the left side a blue color. Wanting to give it a burned look I tried to burn it with a lighter but that didn't work. My father help me burn it by using a torch. That was a lot quicker and made it look a lot better.
My brother though, did his own face paint as well as his arm. I also made a pin for him that looked like the own in Dark Knight the reads "I believe in Harvey Dent".