By Far the Most Creative Halloween Costume Dino Riding Warrior Princess Costume

This Dino Princess costume took a lot of time to make. I started with chicken wire and made my basic form, then added lots and lots of spray foam. I then sanded it down smooth and added spray paint, added a tongue which was actually a hand in a candy bowl prop I tore apart and used the parts and then hooked up a control to make it move.

I used Christmas lights hooked up to a battery for his eyes and he had smoke that came out of his nose using surgical tube and the bulb from a turkey baster filled with baby powder!  To make his skin look more like skin I used wrinkled tissue paper and glue, using fish net stocking to give it a scale-like finish.

This was a lot of fun to make and a bit frustrating at times.  My clothing was made from an old moose hide I had that was loosing fur, so I shaved it down and sanded it and sewed a top out of it. My necklace is a coyote skull and my ax is a Bull penis and a shoulder blade from an elk. Across my back is an elk vertebra.

Halloween night when I wore it out I must have had my picture taken a 100 times,  everyone kept asking me if they could get their pic taken with me – I said sure why not!

By Far the Most Creative Halloween Costume Dino Riding Warrior Princess Costume

By Far the Most Creative Halloween Costume Dino Riding Warrior Princess Costume

By Far the Most Creative Halloween Costume Dino Riding Warrior Princess Costume