Fall is here and with it comes many holidays to celebrate. Even though many people will be going to buy turkeys soon, another item may also be on your shopping lists: pumpkins. Before Thanksgiving, there is Halloween. There are many different traditions associated with Halloween, costumes, candy giving, and last but not least, pumpkin carvings.
Pumpkin carving is an inexpensive way to decorate your home for the fall and, when Halloween is over, pumpkins also have the benefit of being organic. So planting them in the earth instead of throwing them away, can help fertilize your soil. Here a couple cool pumpkin carving designs that you will love!
A staple of Halloween is fright and what is more frightful than skeletons. You will definitely see many skeleton decorations around your living area the sooner to Halloween it gets. Therefore, why not add more skeletons to your decorum through pumpkin carvings. There are many ways to go about this.
You can attempt to carve out skeletons in its entirety in a small size. They may be running along the whole width of your pumpkin. There may be scenes in which skulls are present, such as a skeleton next to a tree or a witch’s broom. There are countless possibilities with the skeletal figure that is found within each of our bodies.
You might also attempt to just carve the skull on the pumpkin. You may attempt to do so with an anatomically correct skull or even attempt to stabilize the design with more of an anime or Disney flare. However you wish to do so, skeletons are an easy way to carve your pumpkin for Halloween.
Animals are also a lovely way to decorate your house. By carving animals unto your pumpkin, the atmosphere may become a bit lighter. Skulls and skeletons are not for everyone, but who can say no to animals. You might try to carve your own pet unto your pumpkin.
This may even turn into a fun and silly contest between you and your family. If you would like your pumpkin carving to be a more serious matter, the contest is not necessary. Cats are an obvious choice to carve on your pumpkins. Cats are very close ties to witches, especially on Halloween.
Therefore, why not try carving cats in various situation on your pumpkin. The cats can be lying on fences, next to a pine tree, or even next to a broom. If you prefer things to be more explicit than implicit, you might also be inclined to draw a witch flying on her broomstick and a cat riding with her. Such a cute scene will definitely have all pumpkin carvers falling head over heels over your art.
Art is supposed to connect with your viewers, and there is no larger pool of memories that people can connect with than Disney. You can try to draw Ariel from The Little Mermaid, Belle from Beauty and the Beast, Alice from Alice in Wonderland, or even Mulan fighting all the Huns on that snowy mountain like in the movie.
There is an unlimited supply of ideas that include Disney characters, and I guarantee anyone who sees your pumpkin carving that calls to Disney will have your pumpkin’s viewers in awe. Coming back to skeletons, carving Jack Skellington can be an amazing way to combine both skeletal and Disney into one amazing and survive carving for Halloween.
Another interesting way to carve your pumpkins is with Logos. Though you might not get paid for this endorsement, it might be the best way to show your love for movies and television shows. Though you may want to carve your favorite scenes from your favorite mediums, unless you are an art master, it may take you a couple of pumpkins. You can leave a pumpkin with your favorite show on your porch and help spread awareness for your favorite pastime, as well as being able to express your likes to the public.