This is the entry for Round 2 of Caleb's 4x4 Contest.
Category: Grave Peril
About this creation
Bob was contentedly asleep in his bed with his loving wife. Suddenly, he felt himself shaken and awoke to see his wife shaking him, a look of annoyance on her face. She told him to go outside and “tell those teenagers to stop making such racket!” (see what people assume about us, teenagers). With no choice but to go outside and confront the racket makers, Bob pulled on some jeans and a jacket, grabbed a flashlight and baseball bat, and walked outside.
After exiting his walled in yard, Bob started to approach the corner of the wall when he heard a moaning. Bob readied his bat and prepared for anything.
Bad news: There is a zombie. Good news: Bob has an aluminum bat. Bad news: a bat is not enough to destroy the skull of a zombie.
Will Bob get eaten, or will he make a run for it? You decide! Write your answer in your comment below!
Here is the artistic lighting picture.
Here is the top of the vignette.
Here is the bottom of the vignette. It is a sewer.
Here is the back of the vignette.
Here is the zombie worker.
Here is the zombie that is going to attack Bob.
Here is the big man himself, Bob! He has a flashlight and a baseball bat.
This is my dog, Pippi, on the hunt for ratings and comments. Don't forget to rate and comment!
Well I glad I made it into the 2nd round. I hope I do well, even though the uploader wasn't working correctly. Hmmm... the pictures looked better on iPhoto, but what is done is done. After reading the Zombie Survival Guide by Max Brooks, I just had to do a zombie related MOC. When I saw the category, GRAVE peril, I knew exactly what to do. Hope you all liked it!
Ah, a challenging dilemma. I surmise that he attempts both strategies to the great dismay of the poor trick-or-treater, who later presses charges that result in Bob spending the next few years of his life in a place partially inhabited by people scarier than zombies. Good luck in your bracket!
Pretty nice. I think the lighting could use some work though, it's harder to get clear pictures with special lighting. Perhaps it could benefit from a few pictures in normal lighting to show detail better.