Costumes, Accessories, Props, and Stage Illusions Made Easy

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Meriwether Pub., 2005 - Performing Arts - 205 pages
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Transform common people into superheroes, movie stars, witches -- whatever illusion you want to create. Creative costuming is all in the details. One garment can take on many totally different looks depending on how you accessorise it. Over the years, the author has learned all the tricks about how anyone can turn leftover clothing into fabulous costumes. This book's numerous drawings explain in detail the costuming process of 'turning straw into gold'. It shows you how to design illusions that you never thought possible. Yes, you can easily do all this -- and at a minimum expense! This is another Barb Rogers must have book for your library of costume ideas.

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Contents

Preface
1
Full Costumes
11
Jackets and Pants
60
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About the author (2005)

Ran her own costume shop, Broadway Bazaar Costumes, for ten years. Developed her own way of designing costumes from cast-off clothing. Member of National Costumers Association for ten years during which time she won numerous awards for her costumes. Has written several books on costuming.

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