Author Topic: Circus 3230's performance of the Nyx a stilt walking act at 'Bounce' Geelong 08  (Read 2260 times)

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Just came across this

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Recon even I could get up with a pair of those arms  :Claugh:

Looked good was it an exhibition of something

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No Idea, I was looking for something else and came across it, knowing how much you guys like a nice costume I had to share!

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Thanks Naz

Given me some ideas for a spider costume for next year  :Claugh:
That should get some screams from the girls (and guys  :Cbiggrin:)

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I still don't have an idea for this year :S

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Just go as yourself mate  :Cbiggrin:
That should scare em  :Claugh:

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oi :P I will go as a giant Jason Toe!!!

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lol what an awsome vid even if it is random  :Cbiggrin:

I always wondered what a quadsuit with stilts would look like and that sure gave me the answer I was looking for ;)

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The guy on the right of the screen (for most of it) ruined the illusion slightly by standing too upright and not bowing his head. He looked like a biped holding crutches, whereas the other two really looked like quadripeds. Very cool! And I loved the animalistic interaction where it appeared as if the larger parental figure was silently chastising the smaller figure for scaring his sibling. I'd love to see the whole performance. =)
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