Now, to get down to the business of carving...how did the carver do this (above)!? I doubt that he did smooth, rounded lines like that with a knife Maybe he used an electric hand saw, but then how did he do the teeth? I'm guessing it was done by hand with an X-acto and a file.
|A variation on the Aztec pumpkin...the Tiki mask!|
Ah, the perennial favorite (above), the psycho midget pumpkin!
Lotsa good designs here (above)!
Here's (above) a nice variant on the pumpkin-eating-pumpkin motiff.
Haw! Fire pumpkins! Who wouda' thought!?
Above, a pumpkin scarecrow. I put up one of these on my lawn for three years in a row, and kids loved it. I used torn white rags. big black gloves, and a really wide pumpkin with the hole cut on the bottom, just like you see here. I got the design from an old-time greeting card similar to this one.