Behind the Spooks
The toxic waste barrel was created using an old, damaged bin. I added some expanding foam and painted it green to look slimy. A plant saucer acts as a lid to the barrel, making it appear like the waste is bursting out the top! the barrel is connected to a large pipe, made from 2L bottles gaffer taped together. I cut and ripped some holes into the tape to create the effect of the pipe being aged, cracked and leaking. Running a strip of LED lights from the barrel through the pipe makes it look filled with glowing waste.
To bulk out the number of pumpkins on display, I paper mache'd a dozen over the course of the summer. These were spray painted and drybrushed for added effected. The pumpkin shape is created by inflating a balloon housed in an interconnected set of strings - the balloon expands unevenly, creating the effect.
The head of the scarecrow is store-bought and mounted to a frame built from a discarded pallet, with some spooky cloth and a cape.
This work by Sam Hogarth CC BY-NC-SA 4.0
Skull background by Hero Patterns
Subscribe via RSS using your favourite blog reader for yearly spooks