Pennywise Costume

Halloween is fast approaching, and the new remake of Stephen King’s “IT” has been lighting up the screen. The villain from the movie will probably be the inspiration for many a costume this year. This gender-bent Pennywise costume was created in part using InstaMorph plastic for those gruesome fangs. It’s creator uses InstaMorph for nearly all of her SFX projects.

Nice job! We’re sure you’re “floating” now on the success of this project.

Technical note: We here at the InstaMorph Team are learning the value of not procrastinating and opening our email late at night. This one was a shocker when we first opened the pictures.

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