Just another sketch I was doing during our movie night last week. I think I started with the little guy at bottom left and kept going. 🙂
Wouldn’t it be fun, just for a little while, if your favorite celebrity could be your best pal ever? I’d use it on Tom Petty and Mike Campbell and we could go guitar shopping and eat some great southern comfort food.
Witch’s Night Out was one of those specials that came out in the 70’s that I remember fondly but didn’t get to see too much. Watching it now, I can see how it would hardly hold today’s attention spans but a minute; but it’s still fun to go back and have a look. Here is a link to view it if you’re curious.
When I was in high school,I was not in the band, but I was friends with band members and someone convinced me I should help with their Trail of Terror fundraiser during Halloween on year. I did and loved it, and I participated every year until we graduated.
One year I had a particularly ambitious project to make a ghost horse that I would strap onto my body and ride, with false legs hanging over the sides. Named Spare Ribs, the horse was made of a cardboard box for his body and I sculpted a foam head and covered him with I think about 2 miles worth of shredded sheet pieces. In the end, since I was dressed as a sort of ghoul anyway,I didn’t need the legs..Spare RIbs and I ended up being sort of an enormous shredded-looking ghostly blob out in the woods in the darkness, and that worked pretty well. 🙂
This is dedicated to all my costuming pals out there. Ever have this happen?
I don’t do much costuming anymore; the expense and effort just became a little more than I wanted to deal with, although I still enjoy the vibe very much from my fellow participants. Nowadays, I usually make a puppet instead of a costume.