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Default Branching out into paper mache

Scouring the interwebz for different things Halloween related and came across these Rot Jars. The tutorial link from Gourdin Fester is posted below. He is heavily influenced by Pumpkinrot and these swamp lanterns are really cool. I'm not sure about next year's theme but these were just too cool not to try. I' m up to where the paper mache goes on but I need glue so hope to start that part next week. I've watched all 5 tutorial vids a few times and I think I can pull this off. Never worked with PM before so here goes nothing!








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