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Costuming as Martha Stewart The Domestic Diva With your hostess Granny Lou How the idea for this character developed and the amazing inexpensive cost for such. (Resale shops) I thought it would be funny have me, a male, develope several Martha outfits. Since I do have nice legs, I was able to do Martha in skirts as well as pants. She uses little makeup so that was another plus. One thing about Martha, they either like her or not - no middle ground.
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On this week's show we get ready for C4 with a couple of HEAVY HITTERS!
Publisher and author AP Fuchs joins the show. you may remember him from The Last Laugh! We will be talking about his Self-Publishing Workshop at C4, also his new works coming out and a book he did called The Big Book of Superhero Movie Reviews.
Also we have Danny Warren from CWE Wrestling talking about wrestling, life on the road and his company's forthcoming effort as the Wrestling entertainment at C4.
This and the latest news, the week that was, and my daughter's love for Spiderman! All tonight on Crowbar Radio!
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Join us for Episode 2 of Crowbar Radio. In this episode we introduce "The Costuming Roundtable". Alongside Kid, we see the return of Jeff and introduce Dallas, Katie, Sabastian Rachel and Dakota!
So there you go. We have Costume Contest Winners, Judges, MCs, Internet Sensations, Convention Regulars, Costume Group Trailblazers, Master Costume Makers, Artists and a 250lb Hammer throwing Monster. We won't tell you who's who - we will let you listen and figure that out for yourself.
What's on the menu for the roundtable? Well - we are talking about how costuming has changed in the last few years. Has sexuality and internet fame taken over the hobby and thrown workmanship and accuracy to the wayside?
Also we see the debut of another con in Canada - the Saskatchewan Entertainment Expo. What does this mean for the province, what's it like to be starting fresh out of the gate? Saskatchewan has been an interesting place for costumers this summer. We'll find out why.
All that and more!!! We hope you enjoy it!
did you miss us? no...well we don't even like you anyway.
Tonight we'll be finishing our Halloween talks by discussing offensive halloween costuming. y'know dressing up like a klansman and saying "it's only a joke!!"
also with the release of Ender's game we'll be talking about boycotting artists because of their political or religious views because apparently Orson Scott Card hates gays and they hate him right back.
plus Kai is gonna give us the rundown on all the shows that got the AXE...get it? axe?....nevermind
as always listen sexfully.
This episode Kristy shares her experiences of thirty years in the costume department.
Interesting enough the wisdoms she found in costuming are just as wise in her life today.
Listen to a veteran film maker in the costume department share truth in costuming and the secret to life!
Learn the secet on how to turn scary moments of despair into sacred moments of self discovery!
PLEASE NOTE WE HAVE MOVED UP AN HOUR EARLIER! Wei He has been costuming at conventions for the past five years. She has blazed a trail of dynamic visual representations of characters from the worlds of anime, sci-fi, and fantasy that leave fans wondering what stunning look she is going to pull off next at each show she attends. She has also gained recognition in her craft as a costuming judge at various conventions as well. Wei is always ready to both share from the wisdom and experience she h
Charlotte Howard and The Hair Artist Association,LLC team is honored to have Debora Pokallus join them on today's radio show.
Debora Pokallus has spent nearly 30 years in the fashion industry. She began her career as a costume designer for regional and off-broadway productions, and then launched a fashion collection based on her costuming experiences. In addition to designing and manufacturing her own collection, she also worked with textile designers in joint ventures to create innovative apparel with hand-painted fabrics. The line was expanded to include scarves and handbags, which were sold to independent boutiques through a New York and Los Angeles Showroom.Debora Pokallus has spent nearly 30 years in the fashion industry. She began her career as a costume designer for regional and off-broadway productions, and then launched a fashion collection based on her costuming experiences. In addition to designing and manufacturing her own collection, she also worked with textile designers in joint ventures to create innovative apparel with hand-painted fabrics. The line was expanded to include scarves and handbags, which were sold to independent boutiques through a New York and Los Angeles Showroom.
Many years of promoting and marketing an independent collection gave Debora a wealth of knowledge about the obstacles facing young designers and an intimate understanding of how the industry works. Debora moved out of fashion design and into the business or promoting and marketing independent fashion collections, as well as consulting on a variety of topics to help young designers break into the fashion industry.
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While my co-hosts are off in the wilds of New Jersey conventioning...our guest from 2 weeks ago...Nafri Rose Rhea...will help with an on-line how to of the do's and don'ts of cosplay... Yes I know it's hard to do costuming when you can't see anything, but she still should be able to steer you away from the Dark Side... Plus also I'll try to recap some of the other happenings over this week...