OMG !!! That’s a crazy carving!!! it looks amazing man!!! The skill that must be required to carve such a work of art, i’m surprised all the small windows of the boat are not broken at all… just… wow!!!Remember, he’s Epicera
Hah! Thanks… I think?! We’ve been doing it for a few years now, so the practice begins to build up and we get a little better each year. No clue what next year will bring though.
Here’s our submission from last year (which it turns out a few others around the world did something similar last year too):
OMG !!! That’s a crazy carving!!! it looks amazing man!!! The skill that must be required to carve such a work of art, i’m surprised all the small windows of the boat are not broken at all… just… wow!!!
Ahhh, the wonder of utility blades, Xacto knives, and wooden skewers. The windows actually weren’t too tricky – carving out pieces of foundation that would act as a reliable foundation for over 24 hours (pumpkin begins to degrade super fast) was more of a brain buster. The detail elements are the work of a sharp Xacto blade over a few hours… which is more of an act of discipline and a steady hand rather than technical skill. Next year we’re hoping to venture further into the world of pumpkin “sculpture” if we can find a solid concept that’ll make us try it.
WOW DUDE , I’m speechless baout that carving. It’s so amazing, I love all the minor details. How’d you get that done? I did one for but not as nearly good as yours and those minor parts gave me some hell.
So, not many of you know since I wasn’t around last Halloween, but my fiance’ and I enter a carving contest every year for fun. Check out our latest submission this year Oh, and share some of your own pumpkin carvings if you have ‘em
Oh man, that’s awesome!
This is the first year I really carved a pumpkin. I did it once when I was younger but I busted out a jig saw and obliterated it, lol. Anyway, here’s mine and my gf’s – http://bit.ly/2mmCUp
haha, pretty simple but maybe next year I’ll get into it more and do something more creative.