This Halloween was a busy one. With lots of travel and lots of pumpkins, I did a lot of things for the first time, this season. It was my first time to New York and to Texas. It was my first time working on a record size pumpkin, and it was the first time I have ever been inside of a pumpkin. Working for Pumpkin Wow and for Villafane Studios this season, I got to do some cool stuff. It's been a fun season, but I'm also glad it's over. The traveling and time away from my family was tough. Changing time zones ever three days isn't really easy on my system. With all that said, I'm still looking forward to next year and trying to raise the bar on what I did this year.
Now it's all about looking forward to the next thing. The Lucky monument is done, but still waiting to be installed. Monsterpalooza is six months away, so it's time to start figuring out which pieces I'm to work on. I've got some cool ideas for new pieces and I've nearly finished the Young Frankenstein busts (the Gene WIlder and Peter Boyle). I'm also beginning to learn Zbrush, so you'll see some posts of projects I'm trying to work on. So far, it's been slow going, but I'm starting to make some good head way and figuring things out. Now that the Halloween season is over, I'll be able to focus a bit more on Zbrush.
On T-shirt News, I picked the winners and announced the names on the Facebook Fan Page. I'll mention them here as well, so Congratulations to Randy Pavatte, Keith Cousins and Randy VanDyke. Their T-shirts will be in the mail soon. For the rest of you guys that might want a shirt, head over to the store page and you'll see the shirts and be able to click and order your own. Quantities are limited so order yours soon.
So that's all I got for now. Until next time, Thanks for stopping by.