In adition to magic, I also carve pumpkins. Here are some of that I've carved over the years.
(2016) Hands down my favourite 'traditional' style pumpkin that I've carved.
(2016) Not sure what I was going for with this one, but I like it!
(2016) I don't know why, but this chap just makes me want to hug him.
(2016) Not so sure about this one, mabe too much gap in the middle?
(2016) What can I say? It's a classic pumpkin.
(2012) - A slight shift in the traditional pumpkin style. A much larger mouth and removing the eyes all together. The biggest change was that I carved out the teeth rather than the more traditional space between them. This was to make it more effective from the end of the garden.
(2015) - Tiny little pumpkin. This took maybe 20 minutes.
(2013) Continuing my tradition of doing more 'regular' pumpkins as well as the photo style carvings, this year I went with what is my most classical looking pumpkin yet. The large mouth looked nice, but increased chances of the candle being blown out. It didn't, but lesson learned for next year.
(2014) - Really wanted to do a very traditional pumpkin. The mouth extends around 3/5ths of the pumpkin, which I really like. Not so happy with the eyes, a little too childlike.
(2014) Who you gonnna call?
(2014) My favourite of the set, despite a bit of a issue while carving.
(2014) Enjoyed this one. Once I decided to do more stylised goggles it came together.
(2014) I had to free style a lot of this one. Looks okay.
(2014) A more 'cartoonish' look than the others, don't know if I quite nailed this one.
(2012) From the Harriets War secion of Nazi Zombie Death Tails
(2014) - A simple piece using a lovely logo. Like this one a lot, very effective though doubt I'd do another 'text' pumpkin.
Mulder & Scully
(2014) One of the coolest partnerships ever!
(2010) - From the movie "Gremlins". The last online template I used.
(2010) - From the movie "Gremlins". A very easy one that looks effective.
(2018) Taken form a stencil I saw online, this was done quickly as part of a magic effect. Not much fun really, the pumpkin skin was WAY to tough. Still, it worked and got a good reaction.
(2017) The First Doctor, played by William Hartnell
(2017) The Second Doctor, played by Patrick Troughton
(2017) The Third Doctor, played by John Pertwee.
(2017) The Fouth Doctor, played by Tom Baker.
(2017) The Fifth Doctor, played by Peter Davison.
(2017) The Sixth Doctor, played by Colin Baker.
(2017) he Seventh Doctor, played bySylvester McCoy
(2017) The Eighth Doctor, played by Paul McGann.
(2017) The War Doctor, played by John Hurt.
(2017) The Nineth Doctor, played by Christopher Eccleston
(2017) The Tenth Doctor, played by David Tennent.
(2017) The Eleventh Doctor, played by Matt Smith.
(2017) The Twelth Doctor, played by peter Capaldi.
(2017) The Thirteenth Doctor, played by Jodie Whittaker
(2014) Very happy with this one. From getting the idea to finish the whole thing took less than an hour and a half. Tried to keep it as stylised as possible and as 10 has such a distinctive look was easier to do.
(2008) I hadn't carved a pumpkin for a few years before doing this one.
(2018) Singh was good enough to come and perform for me at Magicial Mischief. It seems the least I could do was carve a pumpkin of him!
(2013) A pumpkin of my magical cat, Bramble Bear.
(2011) - For their 10th Anneversary I decided to try and carve pumpkins of Debbie and Alan. This was the first time I tried carving people I knew
(2011) - For their 10th Anneversary I decided to try and carve pumpkins of Alan and Debbie. This was the first time I tried carving people I knew.
(2018) - One of the owners of d20 Boardgame Cafe, who host my monthly show Magical Mischief. Difficult due to the lack of pictures I had of Page, this one required a lot of work and imagination.
(2018) - One of the owners of d20 Boardgame Cafe, who host my monthly show Magical Mischief. HATED doing this one, mostly because he pumpkin skin was touch and hard to work with, but also because glasses are a nightmare.