A patch of new pumpkins for the 2013 haunting season.
This pumpkin was the most creative concept winner in the 2nd Annual Build Me A Pumpkin contest held on the STOLLOWEEN Facebook page. Introducing Sir Rip D. Fleshkin designed by Breck Torres and Dustin Obermeyer. Fun concept to turn the stem into arms and hands, during the build I decided to remove one […]
This pumpkin was the random drawing winner in the 2nd Annual Build Me A Pumpkin contest held on the STOLLOWEEN Facebook page. Introducing Charles McScardeylantern designed by Jasper Anderson. Charles mcScardeylantern was a very fun build, especially the rotted side which was achieved by soaking blue shop towels in papier mache paste. […]
Wrapped our four day Great Pumpkin Workshop this past week and the results pretty amazing…nine very cool pumpkins were created by nine very awesome people.
Class Description: Spend four fun filled evenings at Legacy Art Studio and Gallery in Midland Michigan creating your very own papier mache pumpkin. Scott A. Stoll will teach you a variety of techniques and lead you through the process of building an incredible pumpkin using your own design. The class is […]
This year I told myself I was not creating anymore papier mache pumpkins…none, nadda, zip, zero. As always my plans change during the course of the year…need to be flexible. First off I will be teaching a papier mache workshop in late September, four sessions teaching the techniques required to make […]
This is the final post of “The Life of Charlie”, the experiment where I put one of my sealed papier mache pumpkins outside to withstand the elements and see how it goes. The good news is that Charlie survived without a trace of damage due to moisture, this information should give you a little […]
Finally painted five pumpkins that were created for a Great Lakes FrightFest demonstration last spring, these pumpkins were painted with an airbrush, sealed, then washed with black paint. The final coat of black paint was wiped from the surface with a damp cloth leaving only traces of the paint in recessed areas. The coat of […]
Finally getting some projects completed for our Halloween Display 2010, these three large pumpkins stand almost three feet tall and are a mash up of several different projects. The pumpkins used the trash bag method, the cardboard strip method and the face techniques use for DEMONIKUS. The tutorial will be available after Halloween, for now […]