That’s awesome! … and super creepy
I like the drips on the arms
The site looks great and King is awesome!
I’m gonna go check the shop now
I also really like the Frankenstein photo set up. That came out amazing!
So, this year I decided to do a garden Halloween party and I’m planning on putting together a little cemetery scene. I had 3 tombstones from years ago and decided to make a a few more. The plan: https://i.imgur.com/bAclWKH.jpg I only had enough foam to make 3: https://i.imgur.com/ya9XAtC.jpg Here th...
Casperja, that’s awesome! I’m glad to hear you’re taking on the project. You can ask any questions you have here. There are a lot of other crafters in here and it might be good to get advice from everyone. Anyway, your Jack looks great so far. The foam you used seems nice and smooth. If it comes lik...
Last year I used a new type of foam, pink, and my jacks came out really bright orange. I usually use a blue foam and the old ones are a more dingy orange. Is what it is. Lighter color foam leads to a different color Jack … so I was thinking if I made a few more with the pink that it would be a good ...
That looks cool. And there are a lot of great ideas and tips like using the heat gun to bend those plastic skeletons’ backs and hands.
That’s the second tutorial that I’ve seen telling me that I need a heat gun
Sorry … I don’t know why it’s orienting all my photos as landscape
As I was making the wide mouth guy, I thought it would look really good as a ghost. Instead of painting it orange, if I painted it white and maybe gave it a wispy top, it might look cool. And I don’t have any foam ghosts right now.
I made up options 2 and 3. I liked the look of those best and didn’t buy enough foam to make all 3. Here are some progress shots: Step 1: sketch the design on to the foam https://i.imgur.com/umjYhG3.jpg Step 2: make paper copies of any pieces https://i.imgur.com/9ntfrqR.jpg Step 3: trace the pieces ...