Remember when you went trick-or-treating and there was always that one house on the block that gave out the worst treats? Now everyone on the Internet can re-experience that same feeling of Halloween disappointment. You’re welcome! [more inside]
Gothtober is an annual Halloween "advent calendar" with a different participant providing media or digital art for each day. My contribution dropped today, Gothtober 24 (there's no way for me to link directly to my piece, you have to scroll down and tap /click "24"). It's a silly animation of classic monsters performing at a comedy open mic night. Totally SFW. [more inside]
I made a celebratory Halloween world for the latest version of Terraria 1.4. It requires using a journey mode character. Turning on the pumps at the bottom of the map will keep lava flowing even after the switches near the spawn are flipped.
It’s the stroke of midnight so that means it’s time for the 20th Annual Jabo Halloween Cartoon. Visit the Crypt for terrors from year’s past. Please vote.
Seven stories for Halloween: Trick Or Treating By Car (a story about sadness and loss, death and dying); Separations (a tale of parallel worlds, break-ups, and breakdowns); Magic Trick (the story of a disappearance); The Wedding (unsettling events at a royal wedding); Front Door (an ever-escalating haunting); Flood (the strange tale of a crocodile home invasion); The Second Moon (a final tale of slightly overwrought melancholy).
Hey boils and ghouls! My 17th annual cartoon madness has been stitched together and reanimated for your Halloween viewing pleasure. CAUTION - political humor directed at the ruinous right-wing. Read with care and HAPPY HALLOWEEN!
A tiny epistolary tale for Halloween, involving cats and wasps. [more inside]
Herein lies my 16th catastrophic cartoon to celebrate the carnage of the season. Warning - contains blood, gore and politics. Have a Happy Halloween and Sinister Samhain!
A blog compiling easy DIY costume guides from television, movies, and video games. Make a costume for your favorite character this Halloween using stuff you already have in your closet and off-the-shelf items.
A quick and spooky twitterbot for October. 'The question is,' said Alice, 'whether you can make bones mean so many different things.'
A new ghost story for Halloween, loosely inspired by the painting "The Hands Resist Him."
Death Salon is a group of intellectuals, scholars and artists gathering in LA the weekend of October 18th to host a series of talks, performances and mixers surrounding death and mortality. I've been one of the organizers, particularly of our Uncommon Corpse Cabaret and will be speaking at one of the panel discussions open to the public. [more inside]
A game where you're shown an outfit and have to guess the owner. Includes characters from TV, film, gaming, and the darkest corners of pop culture. Made by repurposing the DIY costume guides from Carbon Costume.
Around Halloween 2010 I saw Cyril Takayama's head drop illusion and made a bold promise to myself that I'd figure it out and wear it for our 2011 company Halloween costume contest. Throughout 2011 I pondered on it and eventually came up with a design. I implemented the design and various tweaks in the month leading up to Halloween. [more inside]
This short horror-comedy film, Goodbye Kitty, which I helped produce, was originally created for a weekend shorts contest that involved writing, shooting, and editing the entire film in 51 hours. This is a more refined version of the film after a little more time was spent on post-production. [more inside]
Just in time for Halloween, a six-page comics horror story in the tradition of EC Comics! This story is also available at Comics Alliance.
Pretty much the most important website of all time.
Free tutorials on how to make edible bouquets - candy bouquets, cookie bouquets, and fruit bouquets... Photos and instructions make the process easy. Kids will love to participate in making edible bouquets. You can suprise your friends and family with unique gifts this holiday season. Get inspired at EdibleCrafts.com