We're continuing on with our #BrownBag25 picks this month, and this time with Halloween right around the corner we thought we'd take a little look back at some of the epic Halloween costumes our Brown Baggers have crafted up over the years!
Perfect for a little last minute inspiration for those who need it! So take a scroll through 25 imaginative costumes our Brown Baggers have rocked (in no particular order because we'd never be able to rank them!) and be sure to let us know your favourites in the comments below:
1. Compositor Stephen Keeling's terrifying Alien costume had us all cowering in the corner!
2. Manchester studio's Eion McNaught brought Skeletor to life!
3. We were blown away by Scene Set Up Lead Paula Hepburn's Hey Arnold costume! 'Move It, Football Head!'
4. Art Director Giedre Kavekaite's Cookie Monster had all the nom nom noms!
5. Lead Tradigital Animator Frederique Le Blanc hit the bullseye with her on point Lara Croft!
6. We were ready for more tea with Scene Set Up Artist Hope Phillips' Mad Hatter!
7. Our Dublin studio's Claire Lennon pulled out all the stops with this EPIC Gregoria the Gargoyle costume from Vampirina!
We even did the Spine Chiller routine with Gregoria and the Brown Bag gang!
8. Proving she ain't no one hit wonder Claire struck gold yet again with her larger than life ParaNorman costume!
9. Modeller Emma Williamson showed us she can rock it as Gamora from Guardians of the Galaxy!
10. Texture Artist Iaina Estrela is kinda a pro when it comes to cosplay! Her Harley Quinn was crazy good!
11. Iaina also knocked it out of the park with her Sally from The Nightmare Before Christmas!
12. Lead Animators Nathan Brown and Mick Plummer who dressed as Rick and Summer from Rick and Morty had us cracking up with their antics!
13. Assistant Technical Director Eion Mcnaught's Scarecrow gave us ALL the nightmares!
14. No one could outrun Compositor Stephen Keeling as the T1000 Terminator!
15. We'll never forget that time Director Bronagh O'Hanlon dressed up as the house, that's right, the HOUSE from Up!
16. We appreciated the attention to detail in Martin Kelly's frozen passenger from Titanic, complete with boarding pass!
17. Siobhan Doyle created this awesome Mad Max Furiosa costume, even chopping off her long locks for charity in the process!
18. Our Toronto Layout Artist Denis Gagne loaded up on his spinach for his fantastic Popeye the sailor man!
19. Our Dublin studio are credited with bringing the Backstreet Boys back with this ensemble effort, complete with audio AND dance routine! Trust us it was a showstopper :)
20. Toronto Animation Supervisor Mitch Deslippe brought the mystery with his epic Skull Kid from the video game 'The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask'! Check out the step by step breakdown of his process for crafting it here.
21. And Mitch brought his costume greatness again with his rendition of Cable from X-Men.
22. Toronto Director Rich Weston, loves to 'Troll' us. In style! Take a look at how he achieved this incredible look here.
23. Toronto Animator Nicole Gagnon, certainly brought the adventure with her Owl-adin costume! What a hoot!
24. Designer Megan Leonard and Producer Paula Potts were a fabulously wicked pair as Cruella & Bluella! Pets beware!
25. Dublin 2D Designer Lynne Guthrie made a splash in her stellar Queen Mera costume! Learn how she made it here!