Posts Tagged ‘costumes’
May 26th, 2010 And 3 1/2 years later the 100000 mark is crossed. This one took alot longer than I thought to reach. I mean it was all the dances in order including the costumes in the right places….whatever. Multi-uploader installed! Now I can give you all more videos than before. Thanks to this technology, I give you all the Oogie Boogie dances in Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas: Oogie’s Revenge. The costumes in the game come in the same order as see them in the video. Nightmare Rank———-Costume ———–C—————Pajama Jack ———–B—————Dancing Jack ———–A—————Thespian Jack ———–S—————Phantom Jack For those who are confused with the changing from Thespian Jack to Phantom Jack, I made a quick edit. I had to get at least 60 !’s on both battles to make it look like nothing changed. For those who are having a hard time with the buttons, go to tnbc.eu and click on the Oogie’s Revenge, then the Walkthrough, then Choose from Chapter 1, 5, 8, 15, 17,or 24 and scroll to the bottom to see the order of the buttons. This video is property/remade for tnbc.eu Just wanted to not get copywritten, if that’s what they call it.
Having fun wearing the best costume ever! 😀 LOL!
Expand the description and view the text of the steps for this how-to video. Check out Howcast for other do-it-yourself videos from Seaworthy and more videos in the Halloween Crafts category. You can contribute too! Create your own DIY guide at www.howcast.com or produce your own Howcast spots with the Howcast Filmmakers Program at www.howcast.com Don’t wait for a full moon to unleash your inner beast. Get your growl on with these tips on creating the ultimate werewolf mask. To complete this How-To you will need: Petroleum jelly or lotion A wig cap Gauze suitable for plaster work Plaster Hot glue A small sheet of craft foam, cut into 1-inch strips A needle and thread A spool of 1-inch-wide elastic 3 feet of sturdy wire Epoxy glue Craft foam blocks Scissors Pliers Paper clay White and red polymer clay Primer or sealer Black, red, and white acrylic paint Glossy epoxy clear coat Fake fur A utility knife Step 1: Make the cast Lubricate your face with a generous amount of petroleum jelly or lotion, and protect your hair with a wig cap. Using gauze that’s been soaked in plaster, make a cast of the top half of your face from just above your hairline to the tip of your nose, being careful to avoid your eyes. Construct the sides of the mask from your temples to your cheeks. Let it dry. Step 2: Make a cast of your chin Make a plaster cast of your chin and jaw from the bottom of one ear to the other and extending an inch under the chin. Step 3: Create the headband Hot glue strips of …
Thisanimation footage is from a game called Hatsune Miku: Project Diva. Project Diva is a Japanese based game and only two languages are use, Japanese and English. If you are interested in the game, you can buy it from a range of websites though I cannot recommend any (The game is only available on PS3 or PSP). If you would like more information on the game this website is most helpful: miku.sega.jp Please note this is not my work. All right reserved , ©SEGA ©Crypton Future Media, Inc. ©VOCALOID ©niwango, Inc.
Ocotber 30, 2008 Season 6 Episode 39 Kids are presenting their creative halloween costumes for some sweets on Ellen.
Check out the Animated Series Costume in the new game Batman: Arkham City thanks to IGN Guides! IGN’s YouTube is just a taste of our content! Check out our other game channels: IGN Home – www.ign.com Call of Duty – http Zelda – youtube.com Battlefield – youtube.com Halo – youtube.com Batman – youtube.com And more!
The numerous costumes and interruptions of Greendale’s Dean Pelton in NBC Community’s “Paradigms of Human Memory”/flashback episode.
Hey Guys and Ghouls!! in this video we show our monster high easter desigsn we made for our dolls we hope you like it
We check out all the game-related Halloween costumes you sent in (and we even let a couple non-game ones slide — why not). Plus the best First Person Shooters of all-time and some great new indie releases! Check out all the costumes on our Facebook page – www.facebook.com L4D Cosplay Rap – www.youtube.com SkullPogo: iPhone, Arcade, Chevy Ray Johnston/Justin Smith, .99 – www.skullpogo.com SY!NSO! 360 – 360, Arena Shooter, Loafjaw – marketplace.xbox.com Free Indie Countdown #3 – Mamono Slayer: Flash, Puzzle, Skipmore – www.skipmore.com #2 – GunFu Deadlands: Windows/Mac/Linux, Arcade, Christian Janssen – sourceforge.net #1 – Small Worlds: Flash, Platformer, David Shute – jayisgames.com Feedback: Best FPS Games 6:30 Nothing like a violent fragfest to blow off some steam, huh? You let us know which First Person Shooters you like to play the most. Next week’s question: What’s the best multiplayer game of all time? Weigh in with a video or audio comment on www.bytejacker.com or leave a message on our hotline (845) 704-7158 Free Indie Rapid Fire 8:56 Au Sable: Windows, Platformer, Amon26 – tinyurl.com Block Towers: Windows, Arcade, JLJac – forums.tigsource.com SkyFyre: Flash, Shooter, SoybeanSoft – armorgames.com This week’s music: Album: Game Music 1, Artist: Phlogiston – www.iimusic.net Vote on this week’s contenders and leave a video or audio comment on our site ( www.bytejacker.com )! You can also leave us a message at (845) 704-7158. Follow us on Twitter www.twitter.com …
Melena Ryzik visits the LA studio of sisters Kate and Laura Mulleavy, the duo behind the fashion label Rodarte, whose first foray into movies was designing the ballet costumes for “Black Swan.” Watch more videos at nytimes.com