Show off your pumpkin pics and tells us about the experience.
So yesterday I discovered a small soft spot near the stem of another pumpkin (the second one that got me worried when I reeled them all in last week). I didn't want to risk losing this one as well, so I just carved it right away.

Because I wanted to take no risk at it going bad fast, I cut of the entire top and just turned it upside down.

So here she glows:

Last edited by Dadja on Sat Oct 30, 2010 2:06 pm, edited 8 times in total.
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By CombichristGirl
she came out great! the green really adds to it. that was just the pumpkins way of saying carve me now darnit :lol: :lol: :lol:
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By nosferatu
Wow! Fab photography. Great carving

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By nosferatu
Thanks. I'll remember that!
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By purple1worm
very nice! I'd like to try carving her this year for sure!
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By SuperSonic
Dadja wrote:thank you both! glad you like it.

@ Nos: 15 second shutter time in completely dark room
No flash I presume.

Great carve and lighting :)
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By hkzombie
that is a gorgeous pumpkin, the green makes it spectacular! great job! did you use a colored light for that one? Good idea on saving it and turning it upside down, I can't really tell the difference! :)
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By Zombie Pumpkins!
Stunning work, as usual, Dadja. Sorry that this pumpkin forced you to carve it early, but sometimes these zombie pumpkins get anxious. It's a benefit to us, we get to see awesome carving photos early!
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By Euri
Looks fantastic! Good thinking on the cutting off the top and flipping it. I never would have thought of that! She looks beautiful! :D The lighting is perfect.
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By Dadja
Another one that had to be carved early because of a rotten stem. As some of you know, I carve one for my grandma every year, so I decided to do that now, and because of the s****y (oops, there goes the censor again) weather lately, I thought a smiling sun would be nice...

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