Sep 12, 2013

Preparing for Halloween

We don't celebrate Halloween here, in Hungary. 1st November is the Day of the Deads, when we commemorate our gone relatives and friends. After sundown we go to the cemetery and place candles onto the graves. It's a beautiful and touching scene with the thousands of candles giving the only light in the dark.
So, no Halloween... But I couldn't miss an opportunity to make funny miniatures in this theme. Here are my latest works with pumpkins and bones and mummies.











9 comments:

ANDA said...

These mummies are diehard! :) The pumpkins wonderfully true to life! I do not like fried pumpkin, but in the pan is very appetizing!
Anda

Bözse said...

Thanks, here again!

Catherine said...

It is all wonderful! Perfect in fact.

Elizabeth S said...

I LOVE IT! haha Your technique and style are Superb! I love the carved pumpkin and the seeds! Just fascinating how you have made those details so accurate, Bozse! And the baked pumpkin is similar to what I do now in Real LIfe. You have perfectly captured the way that the rind curls and what it looks like straight from the oven. What an eye for details you have..... Really Incredible!!!

A BIG FAN! :D

Brad said...

Looks amazing. I love the pumpkins. Fall is my favorite time of year and I enjoy seeing your beautiful creations for the season.

Bözse said...

Thanks a lot!

The grandmommy said...

I have seen these in 1:1 scale but never so perfect and tiny!

Fabiola said...

Wonderful Halloween pieces.
Bye, Faby

Anna said...

The jack-o-lantern board looks just like the yearly pumpkin carving sessions of my childhood! I love these :)