Friday, September 9, 2011

Damn I am to lazy to blog. It has been what? 2 years since my last post?

I hate blogging. I think it is completely lame. But I enjoy other people's blogs. So where does that put me? I am not really sure, here is my attempt at blogging.

First thing is this will be a mostly Halloween blog. I will also show other things I am interested in like bicycles, cars, motorcycles, and the such.

Here is a little history about me and Halloween. As far back as i can remember I have always been fascinated with Halloween. I can remember in elementary school just waiting for the Halloween Carnival. I was so excited to do all the cool Halloween crafts and my all time favorite was the stickers. These were cool Halloween stickers. Not the boring crap the have today. I loved trick or treating so much that the last time I went I was 24 years old. At that point I decided I was getting a bit old and I would start to do a yard haunt. It started out kind of cheesy. I but a bunch of foam sheets and made tombstones. Lots of bags of spider webs, strobe light, black light, cardboard coffin, you know the standards. At some point I decided to go to parties, punk rock shows. So I didn't do any real yard haunting. About 3 years ago i decided I wanted to start up again. So I bought a bunch of tomb stones. But I felt that wasn't enough. I have always wanted to make a corpse. One day I decided to do a search on the web to see if there was any tutorials out there. That is when I came across . He has a fantastic tutorial on making groundbreaking corpses. From his page I came across . After I saw his stuff it was on. I was amazed at what people were making. I completely fell in love with Halloween all over again. So here is some of my stuff.


  1. Welcome back to the world of blogging!

    Your story about discovering yard haunting is great, and strangely similar to what happened to me. I stumbled upon SpookyBlue, which lead me to PumpkinRot. I became an obsessive reader of Rot's blog, and then an obsessive prop-maker and haunter. :)

    I LOVE your groundbreakers! The have an awesome skin texture, (and I know you get this a lot) and the teeth are incredible and spinetingling! Really, really top-notch work.

    I look forward to see what you have to say and show on your blog!

  2. Thanks so much! I will try and have entries more regularly.