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Bender Costume

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Bender Costume

Bender shooting Pool

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Photo #1 - Bender shooting Pool Photo #2 - Bender Chilling at the Bar Photo #3 - Half way thru the build Photo #4 - Structure of the build on Day 4 Photo #5 - Inside the Belly, Need to have a Beer of course!!
Costume type:  Costumes for Adults
Categories:Halloween Costumes, Cartoon Costumes

This homemade costume for adults entered our 2013 Halloween Costume Contest.

A word from Casey, the 'Bender' costume creator:

I thought of brining a Cartoon Character to life, and I chose Bender from Futurama. I designed the costume to fit my body, I started on this on September 1st and worked on it for 5-9 hours a night till Oct 25th. I put about 175 hours into this costume.
Cost on materials:
just under $70
Material used:
Maxx strength Duct Tape (at least 2 rolls)
Cardboard (4 sheets)
EVA Foam (for the feet, eyes)
Foam (for the feet, and dome on head)
Chicken Wire, Pet Screen (used on mouth)
Grey Fabric (used on the body, head, arms, pants)

Once i had the structure of the body and head, it was easy peazy from there.

Rating: 4.4 of 5. Votes: 31

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#1 comment by Douglife October 28, 2013

Letters, you da man, man!!!

#2 comment by Carolyn November 18, 2014

If you see this can I please have the instructions?

#3 comment by Kc November 18, 2014

I can send u all the pic's I really just made it by eye. Send me ur email.

Let me know

#4 comment by sean bell October 17, 2016

Does the top light up?
Whats the tube for in the front? So you can drink?
Awesone job i want to make one

#5 comment by Kc October 17, 2016

The top does NOT light up but it would be a very easy thing to get it to light up. And yes the tube was used for drinking with. It was hidden inside.

#6 comment by Omar September 2, 2019

Hello, could you send me instructions how it made?thank you in advance

#7 comment by Kristina Berman September 5, 2019

Wow, that is amazing work!

Could you please send me the instructions as well?

#8 comment by Casey Gust September 5, 2019

Hello, sorry I don't respond much to the comments... But if you follow this link it will explain a little more on how to build. With more pictures.

Link: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1465104497074168/

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