...for though the
Ghost sat perfectly motionless, its hair, and skirts,
and tassels, were still agitated as by the hot vapour
from an oven.
That's cool! Gets me thinking...if u want a floating prop and no overhead tree or support, the hanging wraps or chains can hide a pole or stick. Hmmmmm...
OMG rot..this creation is LOVELY, as is the photo..i Love the tinge of sun near the bottom!..sighhhhhhh& i think you Know, how i feel about the Christmas Carol story in general..<3333333333333SUCH a Beautiful & Hopeful story for any & Every day of the week.i think it's the Prefect story of Redemption!..my FAVE.Thank YOU sooooo Much for posting this ALL around BEAUTIFUL Creation, Especially on such a HUMIDLY Hot & UGLY Summer day..Thanks Dude!!!.. :):):)this is EXACTLY why, You're the Blog Masta!!..NO joke...<33333333333333
masta blasta: )I loved this prop and photo...and it got me to wondering about the ghost and chain visual. So naturally I wondered if A Christmas Carol started it all.And the humidity...just awful.
hahahahhahaha!!!!.. : DNOICE link together dude!!!summer SUCKS!FALL 4-Ever!
Would be cool to see a graveyard display with a few of these floating around.I need to make another skull totem again to see if I can get rid of some of this Summer weather. Seemed to work last year.....
Thanks for posting my photo. I am always thrilled to be included here on your excellent page.I am really looking forward to making my monsters for this years haunt.
Also, people may get more out of my blog than my devientart page. You are mentioned in my last post. http://madmonstermaker.blogspot.com/
Thanks, man!Love that painting.
Agreed. That painting is awesome.
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