sorry, i don't find him scary at all. i think he is quite charming. i like all your piumpkin faces. nice job for someone who says they are a first timer. hhmmm, scatter some corn around and put a few crows around. could be an added touch. but nice the way it is
yes, sleepy hollow. hey, a record playing with the legend of sleepy hollow being played. sik, i like your idea of hay. or even maybe a bale of hay for those pumpkins to sit on. what a wonderful prop you have made. see how it has stirred the imagination. what fun.
I just watched the Halloween episode of Happy Days, "Haunted." It's a favorite, and I remember it being one of the few Halloween eps of tv shows that actually scared me a little a bit as a child; I was 4 when I first saw it, and that headless lady didn't look quite so fake. haha. It's still in...
I just came across this and thought it may be of some value. Disney launched a free online Imagineering course on the Khan academy website. Thought it may be something to get the creative ideas flowing for your next haunt.
Imagineering in a Box | Storytelling | Arts and humanities | Khan Academy
We all do a lot of work to make Halloween magic happen inside and outdoors. It would be a shame if we get low turnouts this year because of COVID-19. Conventions all across the country are being cancelled due to COVID-19 fears. People are becoming afraid of large gatherings. For those of us...
I thought anyone who needs some glow in the dark paint might benefit from this.
In the craft section at Wally World, I found a craft paint that Plaid makes called Glow Away. It comes in a 4 oz bottle and is sold year around! The best thing was it was under $5 bucks.