Looks like it's been busy in here lately -- seems about right for a Hallowe'en pub.
I've been busy too, of course, making Hallowe'en things, and particularly, Poefixins™ .
I give you one Red Death:
He looks ten times more atmospheric and cool in real life (I am trying
refine my camera's settings, dagnabbit!) but I'm pleased. Very pleased.
The big clockface comes next. *sigh* ...I'll never get it all done.
The best part was that for this session of Poefixins™, I had some help in the laboratory from the one and only Kiara!
Is that a cool skull decoration or what?
You let the kid go with some markers and a blowmold skull, and
the next thing you know you've got a contender for an El Dio
De Los Muertos celebration -- way to go Keek!
She seems to get a big kick out of it too:
And as she so often does, she thought it would be best to make a
goofy pirate face when I took this one.
I hope that goofiness never goes away.
Oh, I must point out that she "had to make decorations like Pa in Pa's basement listening to Pa's music," so I put on some Darol Anger/Barbara Higbie (the same group who gave us the S&P's official incidental music, Pumpkintime), and she just bounced all over the seat while coloring that skull.
I thought it might be fun for you to hear the song she loved most (and had to hear a dozen times in a row!) -- it's the last tune in the jukebox now, Movie. It's a track from their 1982 album Tideline.
I've heard it a thousand times over 28 years, but now it will always be Kiara.
Little wonder she took to it so. It actually sounds like her.
And what's this?
Besides part of my radio collection, it's the beginning of
the next installment of the Lean Bros. & Ghoul!
More musical makin's to come soon.