We can thank Robin for this gem! She’s got quite the keen eye when it comes to spotting unique sets of photos at antique sales & militaria shows. We don’t know which maneuvers this is from, but we guess they may be from the Louisiana Maneuvers in 1940 or 1941. Continue reading Louisiana Maneuvers Photoset
These are the photos from Harry F. Ross’s Camping trip to Washington D.C. in 1926. Robin & I bought the photo album years ago. We’ve always loved their overlanding setup using the tent that attaches to their car. I hope you enjoy the photos. I’ll include all the captions that were written in the original album, but sadly not all photos are captioned. Continue reading 1926 Camping Trip to Washington D.C.
This costume will be made from 3D printed pieces, Worbla, EVA foam, and fabric components. Right now I’m planning the helmet, air tank, and booster jet to be 3D printed. The booster jet cover will be made from real fabric. The shoulderpads & kneepad will be Worbla, and the chest armor will be EVA foam. I’ll decide on the rest of the bits as I get to them.
Each year there are AMAZING videos created that show all the awesome costumes seen at Dragon Con. We’ve collected our favorites into a playlist. It’s great inspiration for costuming, and also solace when we’re missing or Dragon Con family!
A while back , Robin & I had a blog. We used it for a bit, let it languish for long while, and then let it die a quiet death. We’ve revived the idea as a way to organize our costuming/overlanding shenanigans. Hopefully this one will last longer that the first. We’ll just have to see how it goes.