That is an amazing scarecrow.
That is amazing. Great work!!
That's fantastic. It's sort of how I wished my scarecrow looked. Your anatomy looks great, too.
Thanks so much!:DHe was originally going to have a cardboard box over his head (thus the box picture in January), but it looked weird and awkward, so I went with the burlap sack. VERY glad that I did.Apologies for the false teaser, guys.
Marrow, you never fail to impress with your Art. Seriously, I'm running out of adjectives to describe your work. Does this have any connection to your '12 haunt?
Thanks heaps!No connection to the display whatsoever. Although I few things I've posted a (long) while ago do...
Great Haunting Job!Your photo composition is reminicent of Pumpkinrot!Kudos Keep up the excellent Halloween HauntYours Screaming Scarecrow of www.screamingscarecrow.com
I love this, it is really wonderful. I may have to incorporate this idea into my own work.
That's really cool....
Excellent work. That is just so creepy!
Again, thanks all!Arcane, your scarecrows and photography were a huge inspiration for this, so I'm really glad you like it!
Wow this is amazing! I love the burlap, faceless mask f
Great pics and outstanding work! Could you tell me what kind of tree is in the pasture/hill photo?Thanks!
Not really sure.I took the photos at an abandoned farmhouse outside of Wellington.
Hi, was it made from a real cadaver?
Would you happen to have a tutorial of how to make this? I work and help set up a haunted house and would love to know what all is involved in making this super creepy scarecrow.
+1This is amazing. I would love to "attempt" this (strong emphasis on attempt)