Thanks so much. I'm still in procrastinators purgatory. I won't get done until minutes before our party. You think I'd learn my lesson but I do it every year! Blah
How have you been and what are you working on? I am doing some windows inspired by your incredible work!!!
Amazing web work! It takes a lot of patience and talent to get bag webbing that perfect. I was sure it was a web gun. I've used one in the past but the webbing is hard to remove so I don't use it inside. As for my albums -- they were there but I loaded them from photobucket and somehow the links got broken so I deleted them and haven't had time to upload them again.
I happened upon your fabulous "Halloween Inside 2013" album while on pinterest and I and so glad I did! I just wanted to say how incredible everything is! Fabulous work - the details are incredible! May I ask - Do you use a web gun for your webbing?
I was rearranging some of my photo albums on here today, and I reread some of your extremely kind comments on my crafts/props. It really means so much to me. I admire your work so much! I genuinely appreciate your comments. Thank you again!!
Hey, thanks for the nice photo comment. The classic monsters are regulars in our yard and we try to improve 'em a little every year. I think they're getting a little bored standing around though so we'll have to find something for them to do next year.
Took a look at your photos and realized that all this amazing stuff came from one person. Really really inspiring. Love that your props are all built with pretty modest supplies. You'd never guess the origins - it's all so visceral.
Thank you for your picture comments! I need a blushing smiley here!
I always think the things you create have an air of mystery to them - they're familiar, and yet at the same time they're unnerving in ways that seem to draw on deeply buried roots of horror. So I'm *really* flattered that you saw something to like in my little scene. Thank you!