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Kid Gets Awesome Tusken Raider Costume Thanks to Equally Awesome Dad

by Paul Strauss
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Halloween is almost here, and if you’re looking for ideas to make your kid the coolest kid in the neighborhood, you might want to check out what illustrator/animator Ward Jenkins did for his kid last year.

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Yep, little Ezra has been magically transformed into the most awesome pint-sized Tusken Raider ever. Ward achieved this costuming greatness using a variety of household items including torn up fabric, old belts for the bandoliers, and some highly versatile toilet paper rolls for the eye/goggle thingies. I think that toilet paper rolls are the new duct tape. And duct tape was the new hot glue.

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Apparently the “deadly” Gaderffi (bet you didn’t know it was called that) is actually a cheap mom with colored paper and some slapped on it.

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Yet again, another parent proving how great parents can truly be. If you’ve got kids, you’ve got a tall hill to climb to keep up with Ward and Ezra this year.

[Flickr via Boing Boing and Buzzfeed]

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