Nothing says, “I love skulls” better than a nice burial ground scene. With varied sizes, you can now give your skulls on sticks that killer endless-horizon look. While Burial Ground was directly inspired by my early Gothic automotive murals, I have to give credit where credit is due. Many a macabre mural-o-mine was inspired by the fantastic artwork of Michael Whelan, specifically his HP Lovecraft cover art – the one that had skulls on sticks.
The Artool Skull Master Series was created by Craig Fraser not to replace your creativity, but to spark it, by giving you a killer set of tools to help you make the finest skulls possible. Realistic fire is all the rage now, so why not realistic skulls! Hence, the new series from Artool: Horror of Skullmaster. Don’t worry, there are still plenty of horror movies for us to steal names from – so stay tuned!
Not only did we give you a more anatomically correct series of Calaveras, but we also gave you both the positive and negative skull templates as well as registration holes in each corner for perfect alignment. Used in conjunction, the Horror of Skullmaster will ensure the best-looking skulls you have ever done, and the freedom to finish them off in your own style. Just like the steak knives offered on those late-nite infomercials “…there’s more!” Artool offers you Horror of Skull Master designs in three sizes. And what more could you ask for – except, maybe more stencils! You can be sure we will continue to crank them out at the Artool Chemtox Lab, as long as you demand them. Keep the suggestions coming and we’ll keep you supplied with the latest and best skin-challenged creations to ever be lazer-cut out of dead dinosaurs!