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Big’s Zoltar Speaks Fortune Teller as a Costume

Creativity in costume making goes through the roof at Dragon Con. Case in point: this Zoltar Speaks costume from the movie Big. Mark C Barlet of The AbleGamers Foundation brought the fortune telling machine to life. He doesn’t have to pick up the machine and move it along as he walks; they’ve designed the machine so it rolls. It’s made to glide, and it’s wired with lighting effects to add a mystical glow. You can see additional photos of the costume below.

See how smoothly the fortune teller costume moves in this video by Chris Lee.

Photo via Mark C Bartlet

Photo via Mark C Bartlet

Top photo by Dragon Con Masquerade


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