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Classic monsters are so much fun! They’re easily recognizable and quick to create costumes for. Due to original source images generally being from very old movies, and having been portrayed in so many forms over the years, they allow for some artistic freedom. While everyone can recognize that this is a mummy costume, no one is going to hassle you about the specifics. Assuming you care about such things. Materials used to outfit a 6’2" individual: Gauze (about 8 yards minimum), black tea, underclothes (several yards cotton muslin fabric + elastic), pair of socks, Halloween makeup kit, black nail polish.
Halloween is one of the most popular and widely celebrated holidays of the year, and people around the world put time and money into developing the perfect costume, buying candy to give out to neighborhood kids, carving elaborate pumpkin designs, and decorating their houses into scary mansions. The iconic characters of Halloween, such as the Headless Horseman, pumpkins, jack-o-lanterns, ghosts, witches and scarecrows, allow for a great theme for artists to develop upon. This post showcases 30 dark Halloween digital artworks to get you in the mood for Halloween, no matter how you celebrate it. If you liked this post, check out our other posts on inspirational artworks : Enjoy!
Which is the most celebrated holiday of the year? It’s Halloween, of course. In fact, Halloween is even more popular even than Thanksgiving day or the 4 th of July, and this is why this day should always get the attention that it deserves. Besides wandering at all the houses from the neighborhood for candy, there is another custom at every Halloween: each house must be decorated with scary decorations, so the spirits – which are supposed to walk free in this night – will be scared and won’t come in or near the house.
It's Halloween season, and I would be remiss if I didn't include at least some photos of scary, carved pumpkins to enjoy looking at, but also to give some ideas for our home pumpkin-carving plans. The first two below are compelling to me, and would be pretty easy to carve out. I like the way they look at they eat their unfortunate smaller victims.
Indoor Halloween Decorations In this Halloween article we'll look at ideas to decorate on Halloween; both those that you can buy and place in you home, and those that you can get your children or grandchildren involved with which you can than put out to enjoy and give them ownership and a lot of fun in making them. We'll focus on Halloween decorating ideas you can do within the home in this article, and look at Halloween yard decorations another time. The ideas we'll look at here are presented so you can get some inspiration that will fit into your unique situation. It's surprising how simple ideas and tools can really generate some creative and compelling ideas that the entire family can enjoy. Here are a number of Halloween decorations ideas you can use in your own home and circumstances, and whether you copy or borrow from them, they'll bring great memories and fun experiences you can remember over a lifetime.
These are some of our favorite Halloween decorating outdoor ideas. Look at simple yet haunting silhouettes, gorgeous gourde lanterns, festive autumn entrances and more. Image from Martha Stewart Seasonal gourds and pumpkins make spectacular outdoor Halloween lanterns. You can make your own assortment of lanterns by cleaning out the insides of several gourds in all shapes and sizes. Using different sized drill bits, drill hole patterns into the gourds.
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Cut out an 8- to 12-inch ring of heavy cardboard, leaving a 2-inch rim from the inner ring to the outer ring. Cut several toilet paper tubes in half and spray paint them black, orange or a combination of both. Alternately you can make black and orange construction paper rings in approximately the same dimensions as the cardboard tubes. Glue the rings in two concentric circles on the cardboard wreath frame. If you are using two colors, make an interesting pattern of color in your placement. Cut out and decorate a Halloween icon of your choice, such as bats, spiders, pumpkins, witches or ghosts.
By Iddo on June 22nd, 2011 I am fascinated with zombies. Always have been, but even more so since I took an interest in microbiology. The zombie apocalypse is the best known and best chronicled viral infection which hasn’t happened. But it could happen any day, so stock up on non-perishable food, medical supplies, water purification tablets, chainsaws, machetes, baseball bats, crossbows, semi-automatic firearms, and as many disposable acquaintances as you can get hold of.