Undead Pumpkin Progress

August 15th, 2010

Here are some photos of the “Undead” pumpkin during the construction phase. The design was drawn onto the papier mache shell then the eyes were cut out.


Lately I’ve been leaving the stuffing (newspaper or in this case polyfill) inside the pumpkin until all the work is completed, this prevents any sagging or collapse issues.

Recycled cardboard was used to make the facial armature then covered with additional papier mache strips.


Crumpled newspaper and aluminum foil were used to create the eyeball and the stem features a unique design similar to the one in the concept sketches.


Teeth made from homemade papier clay were added then additional clay was used to define the facial features.


I’m pretty happy with the progress although there is still considerable work to be done on the pumpkin and the body still needs to be created.

 

Posted by scottastoll on August 15th, 2010 | Filed in RAMBLINGS | 6 Comments »


6 Responses to “Undead Pumpkin Progress”

  1. August 16th, 2010 at 2:11 am

    Amy ebel said:

    Love this one! Can’t wait to see him completed! Enjoy your down time.

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  5. August 24th, 2010 at 4:14 am

    CB said:

    Once again you amaze me. Great work.

  6. September 15th, 2010 at 11:33 pm

    LeeAnn said:

    WoW! Just incredible. My daughters are so inspired to try your technique.



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