Years ago, I scribbled out a drawing of a weird little ghost with vampire fangs and a red baseball cap (I was using a red pencil, because that’s what was there). Red caps are now essentially poison (you can’t spell hatred without ‘red hat’). I wasn’t sure exactly what I wanted to do with that drawing, but this year I decided it would be a thing. So I made six vampire ghosts that are now hanging out on the fence by the road. As a bonus, I covered all of them with reflective beads, in the hopes that cars coming around the bend would be treated to some sparkly-shiny ghosts. Enjoy!
Based on the original, but not quite the same.
Sort of a sister to the original, who is maybe poking fun at that single fang.
The prototype ghost…in that it was the first one I made, sans baseball cap, obviously.
Ghost parade in front of the house.
The other side of the driveway, and plenty of other decorations.
An attempt to show what the ghosts look like in the darkness with light reflecting off them.
Initially, this was going to be one of multiple flying eyeballs, with varying colors (and level of eye irritation), but other projects became a priority…maybe next year.
Like with almost all my decorations, this is plywood and paint…but it also has tiny reflective glass beads on all the white parts, and even tinier reflective glass beads on the orange ‘bones’ of the wings. Tried to get a nighttime picture that would show what it looks like in the dark when light hits it, but y’know, nighttime photography with an old iPhone is not my forte’. You get the idea…maybe.
I’ve been busy. More to come in the next few days. Happy Halloween!