Sunday, 19 February 2012

Cat bus: the costume

So, I dressed up as cat bus yesterday for my housemate Ellinor's cat-themed birthday party. Certainly not an easy costume but I think I did it well!

Quite impressed by my own sewing skills.
But the face paint made it whole.
And of course, no cat party would be complete without the cat cam.

We got through two 24 exp films in the night so hopefully some of the photographs will come out alright! I have to work out where is actually best to take/send them to be developed first but looking forward to seeing how they turn out.

Meanwhile, I'm now sitting in my bright yellow sea swimming (club) hoodie, not sure if I still have yellow face paint left on my face or if it is just the hoodie illuminating my skin. It's that bright that it's hard to tell.

1 comment:

  1. You can set up your very own DIY pet monitoring system by using any simple, off-the-shelf webcam. Even old, unused ones that you may have lying around will work. Decide on the number of cameras you wish to set-up (usually - one in every room that your pet may walk around in, with a maximum of 4 cameras). Once you're done with this, use a webcam software like GotoCamera that's easily available on the internet. Some of them even offer a basic version of this service for free. By paying a bit more ( usually, not more than $4 a month), you will get a whole bunch of added benefits such as motion detection, email alerts, mobile alerts, etc.