With Halloween drawing closer many of you looking for costume ideas could be searching for something unique and effective. We feel that Halloween is not just restricted to gory and scary outfits, and when it comes to that party or event you may want to dress up like your favourite video game character, superhero or movie star, therefore there are no limitations.
There is an old video we found on YouTube but considering a lot of our readers will be looking at ways to create the perfect Halloween costume this month, and we thought it would be a good idea to feature it. If you have been wondering what to do with them old iPads or if you are brave enough to take a couple with you on a night out then you need to see this video.
The video seen below this article highlights the use of two iPads on the back and front of the torso obscured with an outfit designed to make it look like you have a hole going straight through your body. The 50 second video shows a presenter wearing a white outfit that has a hole put through the middle with red blood outlining the hole making it look like something has shot straight through you.
This is ideal for those of you intending to dress up like a surgeon, doctor or a patient, although if you add up the prices of two iPads this could be an expensive fancy dress costume, which could also be a costly exercise if you happen to damage them. The effects look great, but we cannot see too many people reaching out for two iPads to install in a costume that could be potentially broken, especially on a night when alcohol could be flowing.
Either way we love the outcome and find this an impressive costume, although some may feel that they could just use one iPad on the front for the same effect, thus cutting the overall cost of your outfit in half. Do you like this idea for a Halloween costume? Or were you looking for something that would not be such a costly concern? Give us your impression on the gaping hole in the torso video below.
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