November 9, 2006
On Halloween night we went to the Living Dead Doll Art Show in Manhattan and discovered that our submission, "Mordechai", had sold!
We have no idea who purchased him, but hopefully the new owners will contact me. I would love to know where he is going! Here is shot of Mordechai on display at the art the art show.
Before the show we spent the early evening sitting at a sidewalk cafe on lower 7th Ave., drinking wine, and watching the New York City trick-or-treater pass. It was a wonderful site!
November 8, 2006
We managed to get our Living Dead Doll completed and shipped to the "Living Dead Dolls Art Show" in NYC. My wife created the clothes (otherwise he would be wearing nothing but a black felt poncho!), and I sculpted and painted the rest. I even built a nice, little wooden coffin for him. We went to the opening gala on Halloween night, and had a chance to meet some of the awesome artists who participated. It was a lot of fun!
Thanks, Mezco, for inviting me to participate!
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November 2, 2006
Here is the first photo of a completed ScreamHouse model, built by none other than "The Caretaker" himself! Ken (chainsawwolf) is a Universal scareactor who played the part of "The Caretaker" in the actual attraction, and here he is standing in front of the real ScreamHouse, with his model ScreamHouse!
November 1, 2006
My second Universal Halloween Horror Nights paper model "Psychoscareapy" has been released.
"If you think you know insane,
you don't know JACK!"
Photo of actual "Psychoscareapy" facade.