I've totally had the same thoughts.Someday I'll build a nasty corpse from a bucky skeleton. But instead of my regular mache mix, I'll dip the tissues in raw cow blood. And once it's dried, I'll paint it up with more blood, stuff it with raw meat and leave it outside for the flies and maggots.And film it...Time-lapse style.
It'd be the ultimate prank."This ain't real!"Then WHACK...the smell.
I am going to pass on the smell of decayed flesh. I get enough of it from the dead animals my cats drag home.
For my kids' school carnivals, we used to use cold noodles in the inside of skeletons. It did not smell but it sure looked yucky. Good one today Rot.
That is too funny!We have a zombie walk every spring in Ohio...I thought about leaving my clothes in the compost pile for a month to get good and nasty smelling, and then wear them down to the zombie walk an see how they dig it. :)However, I dunno if I could stand it long enough to get to the walk! :(
Such a good idea, but then again my dog would start chewing on it.
Ahhh, the smell of decaying flesh and candy on Halloween night. :)
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