GISHWHES Chaos and Hilarity, part 3

This is the last of the GISHWHES submissions.  You can read about previous ones involving myself as well as those submitted by my remote teammates.

A Novel Life Form

Novel Life form from paper mache

I created this the same day I made the tribute to Stonehenge Apocalypse (featured in a previous post).  By day’s end, me and my living room were covered in bits of paint, paper mache, scraps of American Gods, which was sacrificed for the project, wire, saran wrap, foam and Sculpey clay.

Sculpt John Barrowman’s head from duct tape

Duct-tape head of john Barrowman posed behind the driver's wheel.
Duct-tape head of John Barrowman is a lousy driver.

We were a little punch-drunk by the time we photographed this one on the last day of the competition.

Design a sci-fi movie poster with the stars played by Misha Collins and the Queen of England.

You may not use existing altered media images.  It must been drawn or painted (digitally painted is acceptable.)

movie poster-flare

Teammate Amy came up with the title, a play on “Carry on Wayward Son,” which was repeatedly referenced in the scavenger hunt because of its prominence on Supernatural.  I can also give her most of the credit for the tag line.

This one wasn’t worth nearly enough points to justify the number of hours I put into it, but I don’t care, because it was epic to do.  They do give bonus points for particularly good/entertaining/creative submissions, so hopefully that will come into play here.


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