My favorite shot to date of my friend Eric and I as The Lone Wanderer from Fallout 3 and Mad Max from The Road Warrior.
This is the ultimate combination of characters from my favorite video game and favorite movie.
Photo credit: Victor Voyeur Photography

My favorite shot to date of my friend Eric and I as The Lone Wanderer from Fallout 3 and Mad Max from The Road Warrior.

This is the ultimate combination of characters from my favorite video game and favorite movie.

Photo credit: Victor Voyeur Photography

Found Atlanta Fashion Police again on Friday at the Fallout/Post-Apocalyptic photoshoot in my Mad Max gear!

Found Atlanta Fashion Police again on Friday at the Fallout/Post-Apocalyptic photoshoot in my Mad Max gear!

Snapped by the Atlanta Fashion Police Thursday at DragonCon!
First time out in my pirate ragalia!

Snapped by the Atlanta Fashion Police Thursday at DragonCon!

First time out in my pirate ragalia!

Saturday at DragonCon I put on my comfortable Resident Evil 1 Chris Redfield S.T.A.R.S. gear and helped guide my friends’ very intricately made Stargate group for the first half of the day.

At about 6:00 I met up with a bunch of other Resident Evil folk and we got some pictures on the Marriott 10th floor.  It was awesome to have the surviving Alpha Team together!

What would DragonCon on a Friday night be like without Love Trek!?

What would DragonCon on a Friday night be like without Love Trek!?

Friday DragonCon photos!  I decked out in Road Warrior Mad Max attire and was part of the Fallout/Post Apocalyptic photoshoot!

There were some truly badass looking costumes there.  I was very partial to the gear axe that was made of real rusty iron.  We had almost 50 people in attendance!

Oh yeah, there was some good food cosplay going on later that day.

Also, I seem to have recently developed a thing for Mary Poppins.

Some photos from Thursday at DragonCon, when I was a very drunken pirate with some of my very good friends.

Pirates by Tom Cuthbert.

Slave Leia by Brittany Danielle.

Skyrim Stalhrim armor by Eric Danger.

You have probably had this question asked a million times before and I sincerely apologize if my question annoys you, I was meaning to ask how you made you ncr ranger helmet? I've seen that same helmet somewhere else before and was wondering if you ether bought it or you crafted it(which if you did it is extremely well done). I hope that this question was not too much of a problem to you and comes to no inconvenience. Best wishes to you and your family and I hope you have a splended day.

No worried at all!  Always glad to answer any questions about my props and costumes.

The NCR Ranger helmet I have was a resin cast kit from Kommissar Props.  It came as a chunk of gray that had to be sanded, painted, and lenses (and electronics if desired) installed.  It ran about $300 best I remember.  It’s been a few years since I got the cast from him.  

Last year there were two huge Fallout photo shoots at DragonCon, and this year we’re hoping for one GIGANTIC one.
If you’re going to DragonCon and will be there Friday at noon (eastern time), head to the Hilton patio join in with the best of the best Fallout costumes.  Many photographers will be on hand, and it’ll be a great opportunity to meet fellow Fallout fans.
For more information check out the Facebook event page:
https://www.facebook.com/events/258085711060082

Last year there were two huge Fallout photo shoots at DragonCon, and this year we’re hoping for one GIGANTIC one.

If you’re going to DragonCon and will be there Friday at noon (eastern time), head to the Hilton patio join in with the best of the best Fallout costumes.  Many photographers will be on hand, and it’ll be a great opportunity to meet fellow Fallout fans.

For more information check out the Facebook event page:

https://www.facebook.com/events/258085711060082

It’s been far too long since I’ve posted anything, but honestly as far as gaming and costuming, nothing has been happening.  I decided to part with some pieces in my collection just to make a little extra cash and to downsize (goodbye Atari Jaguar products!), but am not sad seeing them go considering how much higher everything is worth in the retro gaming world now.  I MADE money after enjoying all the games I had.

I’ve made some huge advancements in my career and have begun the moving process into a nicer house, so honestly gaming and costuming have been put on the back-burner.  

I have been putting together a few simple costumes so I’ll have SOMETHING new for Dragon*Con.  Hoping to pack VERY lightly this year, as last year I was hauling around waaaaay too much.  

Speaking of Dragon*Con, it’s only a little over THREE WEEKS AWAY!

Less than 4 months until Dragon*Con

The time has FLOWN by since the last Dragon*Con.  I didn’t plan on making any new big costumes this year since I did quite a few expensive ones last year.  Trying to pack a lot lighter this year, because less luggage seems to equal more fun.

We ARE doing one of my favorite video game duos though, and it’s looking awesome so far.  We’re really close to having them done, hopefully for a trial run at a smaller local con soon!

The gate-car-launching glitch kind of messes your car up.

My chrome Exemplar was shaped liked a banana, missing most of its panels, and all four wheels weren’t touching the ground, but it still ran!

Found a glitch on GTAV in Vinewood Hills that will send any car airborne. ANY car. We even launched a tank into the middle of the city.

aaaand here’s my Saturday!

Going for level 100. Almost there!

aaaand here’s my Saturday!

Going for level 100. Almost there!

Added the Gentleman to the mix!

Added the Gentleman to the mix!