And I am forgetful.
Anyway, have my Halloween post!
So, last post, I told you about the Witch Doctor I was making (the one with the Tiki mask), and here's how he looks as a whole:
After making the mask, I started by plopping some chicken bones into a cup full of hydrogen peroxide. I left them there for about a day, not longer, because I didn't want them to get too white.
(I was too lazy to make bones. Plus, these look nicer)
Then I sculpted a skull out of air drying clay and put it into my mini oven so it would dry quicker. Because if you leave everything to the last minute, like I always do, you can't wait for everything to dry naturally.
And here are some pictures of the Witch Doctor in the making.
The base is made from wood, wood glue, and some screws here and there.
Then I added some news paper and lots of tape~
After that, I added some of my fail paper mache clay (which is my enemy. If you are better at making paper mache clay than I am, you can use it for the whole thing), to form that nice little belly. Then some tissue to get an even coloured, wrinkly skin, and voila, you have a naked dancing chicken.
Some paint and a hula skirt (which was super simple to make and took way less material than I thought it would) and the body is finished! I then glued on the mask, made another skirt, but didn't tie it together, and pinned it to the back of the mask.
Here we have my mum, sneaking to our neighbour's window to scare her 8D
And this is me. I already have a pumpkin kind of shape, so going as a pumpkin person was ideal~ Clothes and mask (and witch doctor) were, like always, made last minute, but still I like how everything looks. (although I had wanted to have orange arms and legs as well, but sadly no time for that)
And that's it!
We had friends and their little ones over, and because they were dressed up as the Weasleys (Arthur, Molly, Ron and Ginny) my sister had a little event for them, where they had to practise spells.
It was cute :3
And that's what happened on Halloween~
Yes, Halloween in Vienna is boring (we had one group of Trick or Treaters...ONE!), but it was nice anyway.
Still I hope that next year, we'll be at Disneyland again 8D
Until the next post!