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    Default Leatherface Remake Texas Chainsaw Massacre Costume

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    OK I get a billion requests to make these and I have wanted to make one for a long time now, so now it is time...This prototype may be for sale once done or I may keep it for myself and do another one to sell not sure yet. Gonna be SICK!

    Cutting the brown tarp which is the same material used in the movie Andrew Bryniarski himself told me. Judging by most of the shots in the movie it looks to be perfect! Adding the faux multi-layers at the bottom and top. Lots more to come!





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    Looks good, my concern would be wear ability and durability. But definitely has the creepiness to it.
    ahh you just got blood on my favorite clown suit....

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    Thanks there is no concern as this tarp is heavy duty and you can't rip it even when cuts are made as it is strung together inside and almost impossible to rip even cut, and I am a strong muscular guy. All my costumes are made to last and still look great. Even with my New Bloods which are more likely to rip if weathered too much since they are cotton, I make them so they last and still look great. But trust me this tarp is not ripping. Even one string is hard as hell to break!
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    Is it just your run of the mill brown tarp from a hardware store?

    New Bloods?-Do you have a link to your products?
    ahh you just got blood on my favorite clown suit....

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    Yeah it is heavy duty tarp I got it on eBay awhile ago the same at the hardware store if Heavy Duty. It is has super strong string inside it so you can't rip it as I said even when you cut it. I am SirBrad FX (sirbrad4) on Youtube http://www.youtube.com/sirbrad4 I also post all my stuff on the forums and facebook.com/sirbrad4. So I don't use a website as all my work is commission based. You can see my first TCM Beginning costume/life-sized on here and those sites. Yeah I am mostly known for my New Bloods, also pics on here and Youtube. I also do Chainsaws which are a major pain so not selling those right now. But you can see them all there. If you ever want a costume let me know and I can give you quotes. I get fully backed by about June. Thisone may be for sale or I may keep it not sure yet but I can do more or if commissioned and I have an opening.
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    Faux strap added to look like two longer ones tied together, or original one can be cut to raise the apron to adjust the height.

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    Starting on the bracers next.
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    Working on the bracers made out of foam and leather material to give them some thickness yet still be flexible.

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    Easy on elastic which will be hidden, and faux laces so you don't have to worry about tying them and they will look tied.

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