This year there were a lot of Halloween parties on the 27th. This was a Saturday, so I was schedule to work in our magic bar and could not go to any parties.
|Me in my home made shirt, wearing my self applied zombie make up, and biting my home made zombie dove.|
One of my friends just came back from a long stay in Canada and had fun memories of Halloween. She wanted to go to some Halloween party on the 27th (and did) and we had plans to meet up after midnight when I might have time to leave the magic bar (we are usually very busy until midnight, and then not busy so I might have a chance to leave early). In the end, she went home before midnight (she had an interview for a new job early on Sunday morning).
Also, we ended up being busier than expected, and I was doing magic until 4:30. So I scrapped my plans of going to one of the bigger parties alone too.
|Me after 9 hours of working. The paint is cracking up, the blood has dried up and become strange in places. Still looks fairly OK, though.|
Step by step of making a zombie dove:
|Making of a zombie dove, step 1.|
|Dove, step 2.|
|Dove step 3, only thing left is to add blood (by holding it with my blood smeared hands)|
|Me and my only dinner companion. A rather lonely dinner, with my zombie dove.|
Step by step Jonas to zombie transformation:
|Step 1, paint white. This year I also wanted to make the skin cut up in to puzzle pieces so I drew some black lines.|
|Step 2, paint eyes black, add blood on top of the black lines.|
Step by step make up degradation study:
|In the toilet after a few hours of working. The shirt looks better, the face is starting to degrade.|
|In the toilet after a few more hours. The blood on the face is now mostly dried up.|
|On my way home from work I ran into a girl I know who recognized me in makeup. She had been to a Halloween party that she said was great.|