Mr. Freeze

Batman

Last Updated: 11-28-2008


Well, it was a last minute idea, and it was supposed to be a surprise for Batnemo. It did'nt took me very long to built, the main goal being the helmet.

Most of it is hockey gear (how convenient) and football protections for the legs, even on the arms on the first version.

On the second version, I forgot one glove, so I had to borrow his from Batnemo, and the effect just...works well ! He found a big diamond in a flea market, and it was excellent.

On the back, I hotglued two bottles of Coke, a barometer, some pipe with gym carpet.

For the head, my dad helped me to cut and drill a sheet of plexiglas, then it was hotglued with foam and velcro to fix on the shoulders pad.

The belt is plain vynile with a painted CD for the buckle.

The gun is a super soaker painted, and I add a click-on lamp on the chest.

Red googles from a goth shop, white make - up (with a special one that copies frost on the lips & eyebrows above the googles)

The most annoying and long bit is the make-up- about 20 minutes with the help of someone to check if I covered properly the back of my head.

To finish, a good spray of fake snow all over and hey presto, Hell freezes over !

Well, the only bad thing is the tights... I had my ass pinched several times.

I have to thank my 3 henchmen, one of them had the idea to do them. It's simple but very, very efficient...

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Character Mr. Freeze
Series Batman
Costume Views 10377
Favorites 18
Comments 6
Upload Date 09-09-2008
Debuted 09/13/2008

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