latest posts

  • The Witness from Love, Death, & Robots

    In the third episode of LOVE DEATH + ROBOTS called “The Witness”, a woman who just gets off her shift at a strip club witnesses a brutal murder across from the hotel she’s staying at. When the murderer spots her, a game of cat-and-mouse begins through the streets of a surreal city. For the Witness’s makeup, apply makeup messily on your face and sparkly purple paint liberally on your arms.

    Grace Hargreeves from The Umbrella Academy

    In The Umbrella Academy, Grace Hargreeves (Jordan Claire Robbins), better known as Mom, is the adoptive mother of the Umbrella Academy kids. She is actually a robot built by Reginald after Vanya kept killing their nannies using her powers.

    Bellatrix Lestrange

    In Harry Potter, Bellatrix Lestrange (Helena Bonham Carter) is a pure-blood Dark witch and she certainly dresses the part. After graduating from Hogwarts, she became a Death Eater and is fanatically devoted to Lord Voldemort. After breaking out of Azkaban, she murdered her cousin Sirius Black and her niece Nymphadora Tonks.

    White and Nerdy Weird Al

    White and Nerdy is a persona of Weird Al Yankovic
    shown in the music video for the titular song from his 2006 album Straight Outta Lynwood. The look and song is a parody of Chamillionaire’s hit song “Ridin’ Dirty.”

latest posts

  • The Witness from Love, Death, & Robots

    In the third episode of LOVE DEATH + ROBOTS called “The Witness”, a woman who just gets off her shift at a strip club witnesses a brutal murder across from the hotel she’s staying at. When the murderer spots her, a game of cat-and-mouse begins through the streets of a surreal city. For the Witness’s makeup, apply makeup messily on your face and sparkly purple paint liberally on your arms.

    Grace Hargreeves from The Umbrella Academy

    In The Umbrella Academy, Grace Hargreeves (Jordan Claire Robbins), better known as Mom, is the adoptive mother of the Umbrella Academy kids. She is actually a robot built by Reginald after Vanya kept killing their nannies using her powers.

    Bellatrix Lestrange

    In Harry Potter, Bellatrix Lestrange (Helena Bonham Carter) is a pure-blood Dark witch and she certainly dresses the part. After graduating from Hogwarts, she became a Death Eater and is fanatically devoted to Lord Voldemort. After breaking out of Azkaban, she murdered her cousin Sirius Black and her niece Nymphadora Tonks.

  • White and Nerdy Weird Al

    White and Nerdy is a persona of Weird Al Yankovic
    shown in the music video for the titular song from his 2006 album Straight Outta Lynwood. The look and song is a parody of Chamillionaire’s hit song “Ridin’ Dirty.”

    Diego Hargreeves from The Umbrella Academy

    In The Umbrella Academy, Diego Hargreeves (David Castañeda) is Number Two. The rebellious troublemaker of the family, he has the power to hold his breath and control the trajectory of any object he throws, with knives being his weapon of choice.

    DmC Dante

    Dante is the protagonist of the reboot to the Capcom Devil May Cry series, DmC. He is a demon-angel hybrid known as a Nephilim, who lives as a demon hunting vigilante. His long lost brother, Vergil, is the leader of The Order, a resistance group against the demons in Limbo City.

  • Number Five from The Umbrella Academy

    In The Umbrella Academy, Number Five (Aidan Gallagher) is a boy who has the ability to jump through space and time. But there are consequences to his time-traveling, including that it messes with the rate at which he ages. After jumping to the post-apocalyptic future, he returns to the present to change the world’s fate. For the costume, it’s best to sew the red trim to the blazer hem and pockets, but fabric glue would work in a pinch.

    Stingy from LazyTown

    In LazyTown, a bossy, egocentric collector of stuff, Stingy impatiently dreams of being king of the world. Young and eager, he loves playing with the group (you can’t be a king without subjects), but finds himself apoplectic with jealousy whenever anyone brings something new to play with, something that he doesn’t have.