You’ll need a stick, a skull, and a case of Mountain Dew.
“Crow” is the consequence of a dangerous experiment in paper construction. He exhibits certain scarecrow characteristics, but his kind requires a unique definition.
Brigand: Outlaw, robber, thief, member of a roving band practicing “brigandage”. Perfect.
Crow’s build project is now available in our Halloween Projects section.
This over sized stick monster took about a week to build. He’s mostly newspaper with a few other odds and ends thrown in. I think there’s even a pool noodle crammed in there somewhere.
Hide some free time in a sock and bury it in the backyard before starting this project, or it’ll mostly get brigandaged away.
Terror, fire, extinction!
Sso much fun, a feasst for you! Who? Who will ride? You? Yess? Yessss! The cosst is jusst one, thin sssssoul!”
I was exposed to my first “brigand” in 1982 while playing the best board game ever invented called Dark Tower. If your party is weak, count on a band of brigands to finish them off. Nasty creatures. Always trouble.
Crow is a brigand. We couldn’t really call him a scarecrow. In fact, all the new monsters that stomped around Snug Harbor this year are in the same group. I don’t really understand the urge to classify these oversized spit wads, and the distinction doesn’t really mean anything except in my mind, but it feels right.
Brigand, thief, highwayman. Get mixed up with one of them and it’ll burgle all your free time.
Crow’s Gallery (Build instructions are on their way)
In between episodes of King of The Hill, baritone practice, and interruptions by a persistent cat, the photo gallery got an update. It’s a start. More (much more … good grief, there’s a lot) pictures are in the chute.