Serpent Gargoyle


Perched high above unsuspecting victims the Serpent Gargoyle was made for the HauntForum $20 Prop Challenge. Created from recycled materials and papier mache the Serpent is one of the largest pieces that I have made to date.


Compete instructions can be found here.

6 thoughts on “Serpent Gargoyle

  • Mathew Meeker

    You never cease to amaze me. Wow. 🙂 That inspired me to get off the computer and get to workl on my props, which, by-the-way, is one of your reapers.

  • PurpleDragonHeart

    Wickedly awesome!

    This year, I am going to delve into the paper mache clay world and explore all it’s wonders!

    Never thought about using a cookie press. I have a plastic version (electric) that almost went to the Consignment store the other day… aint now! (lol)

  • Matt Culver

    Wow, I just discovered your website. All I can say is that it is AWESOME! I am an instant fan. Putting a link on my Blog back to you.


  • Heidi

    Wow Scott, that thing is awesome.

    I love seeing all of the recyclables that go into your work =) It’s ‘green’ haunting at it’s best!

  • MJ

    Thanks for the step-by-step. Your slicing of the Pringles can is particularly ingenious. And what a smart way to handle the wing assembly!

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