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Continuing pictures are from the SF and Fantasy Masquerade and beginning the Historical Masquerade from Sadie Logan's Elizabethan Lady.

Alan Cash half-way into his costume.


You can guess why Alan didn't want to be wearing this head for very long.


The finished effect. Note the staff, it has a pressure switch in the base that causes it to light up when Alan bangs it on the ground. The entry was called "Sekwenza" and it won both Best Workmanship, Journeyman and Best Presentation, Journeyman.


Paul Curtis as "Albus Dumbledore". Because the make-up served both characters Paul was able to do a quick costume change and appear twice in the contest. This entry won Best in Show.


Sadie Logan as an "Elizabethan Court Lady".


Full length view of Sadie's costume.


Jenny Wilcoxon as the "Duchess of Wharfdale" (a character from the Hornblower books).


The plucky Duchess hides secret Admiralty dispatches in her garter. Funny, I would have throught that would be the first place that a dastardly Frenchman would look. Needless to say, this display won Jenny the Best Presentation award.


Just to prove that Jenny can do shy and demure as well .


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