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  1. The Business and Art of Creating Costumes for Film and Television.
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  2. 1,000 Incredible Costume and Cosplay Ideas provides a broad and detailed glimpse into the ingenious artistry and attention to detail behind some of the most fabulous costumes you can find. Featuring costumes from popular convention-goers to professional craftsman, this stunning, photo-filled book by Joey Marsocci and Allison DeBlasio of Dr. Grymm Laboratories walks you through scads of your favorite characters as imagined and created by fans.
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  3. Legend has it that somewhere in Peru, atop a towering, jungle-covered mountain, stand the ruins of ChaCha Muchos, the Lost City of Dancers. What happened there nearly five hundred years ago remains a mystery. Who were these people? And why, in the end, did the entire tribe dance itself to extinction? When that well-known archaeologist and little-known poet, Cairo Jim, sets out to solve the mystery, he doesn't know that he is not the only one on the trail to ChaCha Muchos...
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  4. With more beautifully produced, adrenalin-soaked pages of visceral eye-popping images, this collection is a must-have for all the greasers, hot rodders, and kustom artists who loved Kustom Graphics, as well as fans of stunning cutting-edge photography. The photographers profiled here include Dirk "The Pixeleye" Behlau, whose images are collected in Speed Kings; Richard Heeps, whose photography collections include Man's Ruin and Rolled Out; Laurent Bagnard, winner of an International Automotive Media Gold Award for The Electroline Diaries; and Columbus, Ohio-based Chas Ray Krider, known for his book Motel Fetish. From the West Coast, there is L.A.-based Shannon Brooke, whose credits include People magazine and Traditional Rod and Kulture Magazine; David Perry of Benicia, California, whose books include Hot Rod Pin-Ups and Hot Rod Pin-Ups II; pin-up photographer Roy Varga of Placentia, California; and Pacific Northwest hot rod photographer April May. Biographies of every artist are included, as well as detailed captions for each work and an extensive contact section.
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  5. This wonderfully practical book literally shows you how to make costumes for plays, pageants and musicals at the lowest possible expense Over 150 detailed illustrations work with the easy-to-follow text to walk you through every step of the process. Just about every basic period is covered: Biblical to Medieval, Renaissance, Angels, The Fabulous Fifties, 1800s to World War I, The Roaring Twenties and more. Many helpful hints on making or buying realistic period theatrical costumes on a shoestring budget from cast-offs, donations, scraps and other easily-obtained materials. Also included are "special effects" costumes, helpful hints for getting into and out of costumes, and a glossary of costuming terms. A book that will pay for itself with its first use. Contents: Resources: Where Do I Start?, Period Costumes, Who Was That Masked Man?, Undemeath it All, Helpful Hints and Useful Information, The Play's the Thing, Epilogue: Behind the Scenes, Glossary.
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  6. Enter the fascinating world of conversion costuming Make your own theatrical costumes for less than a day's rental price and make them your way without any conventional sewing using patterns. Included in this book are more than 110 ingenious costume designs with photos and diagrams. Great costumes for standard theatrical characters like: Princess, Prince, Clown, Devil, Witch, Medieval Lady, Elves, Peter Pan, Captain Hook, Pinocchio and many more. Also, costumes for the leading characters in popular shows: Camelot, Oklahoma, Guys and Dolls, King and I, Pirates of Penzance and more. These conversion ideas will save you time, money and deadline disasters and give you precisely the costume you want. Section headings: Materials, Theatrical Costumes, Christmas Costumes, Storybook Costumes, Quick and Easy Costumes, Appendix.
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  7. Bring your cosplay dreams to life with your own two hands!The Best Cosplay Tutorial Guide Ever!Get ready to impress ordinary mortals with your superhuman costume-making skills. You can do it no matter what your experience level with this, the first full step-by-step technique book on cosplay–with no sewing! Internationally known cosplayer Kamui Cosplay (a.k.a. Svetlana Quindt) shows you how to easily create elaborate costumes and successful props out of items available at your local arts and craft or hardware stores: turn foam into a realistic axe, create a breastplate from scratch and use a glue gun to modify just about anything. You will even learn the best and most accessible techniques for working with specialty cosplay materials such as Worbla!Packed with more than 30 step-by-step demonstrations that teach the skills you need to bring all your favorite characters to life no matter the genre, Kamui Cosplay deconstructs the work that goes into making a complete costume, from the first thought to the final photo. Tutorials cover design planning, fabricating body armor, 3D painting techniques and more. Best of all, you can adapt every lesson to use in all future fandom projects spanning video games, books, anime, movies and even your own original characters!Includes:How to choose a costume and find good reference artA short shopping list of necessary materials and tools for beginning cosplayersBasic safety tipsA beautiful photo gallery featuring inspiring images from other cosplayers Next steps–how to grow your workshop, take professional photos, participate in contests and join the cosplay community
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  8. Who can forget the first time they saw Darth Vader with his black cape and mask? Or the white hard-body suit of the Stormtroopers? Or Leia's outfit as Jabba's slave?These costumes-like so many that adorned the characters of that galaxy far, far away-have become iconic. For the first time, the Lucasfilm Archives is granting full access to the original costumes of episodes IV, V, and VI, allowing them to be revealed in never-before-seen detail.In over 200 new costume photographs, sketches, and behind-the-scenes photos and notes, based on new interviews, fans will get a fresh perspective on the creation of the clothes and costume props that brought these much-loved characters to life.Star Wars Costumes: The Original Trilogy affords both new and longtime Star Wars fans an intimate look at the unforgettable costumes from this classic series.This large-format book showcases original photography, sketches, stories and much more.
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  9. This updated edition of Costumes for the Stage aims at simplicity in all aspects of designing and making costumes. Starting with five pages illustrating the basic shapes of each period, Sheila Jackson provides practical advice for every kind of play, together with drawings, diagrams, and patterns from which to work. Included are sections on Greek plays, medieval miracles and mysteries, Shakespeare, seventeenth century, eighteenth century, Victorian and Edwardian costume, the twenties and thirties, and the present day. An essential book of costume design.
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  10. Showcasing the unique costumes featured in the Star Trek franchise, from Mr. Spock's Starfleet uniform to Uhura's mirror universe ensemble. The book features a wardrobe gallery that explores beautiful and innovative fashions from the various film and television versions of Star Trek, including different iterations of the Starfleet uniform, exquisitely designed alien garb, and much, accompanied by exclusive interviews with costume designers and experts
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  11. A Historical Survey with 202 plates. Reprint.
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  12. Costume, Makeup and Hair reveals how these three crafts have continually adapted to new conditions, making the transitions from stage to screen, from monochrome to colour, and from analog to digital. It considers them in relation to a wide range of film genres, from sci-fi spectacles to period dramas, as well as examining how they have been active participants in the marketplace for fashion and beauty products. Drawing on rare archival materials and lavish colour illustrations, the expert contributors provide readers in film and fashion with groundbreaking film history and an appreciation of cinematic costume, makeup and hairstyling as distinct art forms.
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  13. The artist Sappho Marchal was the daughter of the renowned French conservator of Angkor, Henri Marchal. She spent the early years of her life in Cambodia, surrounded by the magnificent ruins of the Khmers, and produced the present study at age 23. Her fine line drawings present the myriad details of ornament and costume depicted on the stone reliefs of Angkor Wat with a clarity that could not be captured, even then, on film. Since that time, many of the stone carvings have severely deteriorated, rendering her drawings all the more valuable as a record for present day students and restorers of Angkor.
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  14. Reproduced directly from a rare original early-19th-century edition, this magnificent illustrated study displays a detailed gallery of costumes worn in the 11th through the 15th centuries. The 120 splendid full-color plates exhibit head-to-toe apparel worn by nobility, knights, soldiers, the bourgeois, ecclesiastics, and citizens of all classes. Many figures are on horseback. Includes captions and a new introduction.
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  15. Learn how to create historically accurate costumes for Elizabethan period productions with Elizabethan Costume Design and Construction! Extensive coverage of a variety of costumes for both men and women of all social classes will allow you to be prepared for any costuming need, and step-by-step instructions will ensure you have the know-how to design and construct your garments. Get inspired by stunning, hand-drawn renderings of costumes used in real life productions like Mary Stuart as you're led through the design process. Detailed instructions will allow you to bring your designs to life and create a meticulously constructed costume.
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  16. Splendid wardrobe of 16 costumes for a male and a female figure highlight 1,500 years of Egyptian fashion history. Includes colorful sheath dresses, sari-like cloaks, fringed shawl for the lady; kilts, royal robes, and soldier's uniform for the man. A dazzling window to the past, meticulously researched and rendered.
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  17. Two lifelike paper dolls and 30 haute couture outfits by Chanel, Paquin, Jacques Heim, Mainbocher, Pauline Trigere, Givenchy, Cardin, Norell, other greats. Full Color. Publisher's Note. Captions.
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  18. Splendid view of elegant dresses, expertly rendered by noted theatrical designer, includes finely detailed illustrations of 32 complete costumes and three blouses, shown in color and black-and-white. Here are exquisitely embroidered, full-skirted dresses circa 1700, a high-waisted Empire dress (1820), a magnificent silk dress with an extended bustle and pleated overskirt (1880), more.
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  19. The magnificent costume of the Herero of Namibia, southern Africa, is a stark reminder of the country's tumultuous past. In the late 19th century, the influence of missionaries and traders in German Southwest Africa led to the adoption by the Herero of the European dress of the day. Over time, the voluminous gowns, completed by a cattle-horn-shaped headdress, came to represent the cultural identity of the Herero women. The men's ceremonial dress also harks back to colonial times: following the brutal war of 1904, the Herero adapted the uniforms of German soldiers for their own Otruppe ('troops') movement. In Conflict and Costume, acclaimed photographer Jim Naughten captures the colourful Herero attire in a series of spectacular portraits. Set against the Namibian landscape, these dramatic images show the striking costumes and their proud owners to full effect: men in elaborate, home-made paramilitary uniforms, and women in floor-length frocks with matching horns. Dr Lutz Marten contributes an insightful text that places the dress in its historical context.
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  20. This expanded and updated edition of John Peacocks unrivalled collection of drawings ranges over eleven centuries of English historical costume. More than a thousand clear and detailed illustrations, plus notes that pinpoint specific features such as fabric, decoration, accessories and cut, make each costume immediately comprehensible. With additional pages covering the past decade and a new chart showing the main changes in fashion through the centuries, this is an essential reference for students of theatrical design and fashion, amateur drama groups and anyone interested in the history of costume.
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