Pocket Ghost Tutorial

Pocket Ghost tutorial by Mthrcuttr

Pocket Ghost Complete
(original steam crow bag ghost)

supplies suggested: sharpie, scissors or other sharp cutting tool, milk/water jug, ghost source material, large safety pin

Milk Jug
Remove 1 side of the jug, smoother is better

Illustrate or transfer ghost image to jug, then cut it out.

Use the scrap from your cut out ghost, or if necessary remove larger piece from another side of the jug
illustrate or transfer ghost arms to jug, then cut out.

Add central bisecting cut to ghost arms:

Roll your ghost head so it will fit through the bisecting cut in the ghost arms.

Flatten your ghost back out.

Grab your trusty hole punch…

Using the hole punch place 2 holes the width of the safety pin at the base of your ghost:

Attach your ghost to the inside of your hat or pocket with your safety pin.

Take your ghost out for a good time!

Thank you to Mthrcttr for creating this cool project! Great work!

About The Author

Steam Crow

Daniel has a lifelong fascination with Monsters, Halloween, illustration, pen & paper rpgs, collecting miniatures, watching movies, and listening to and playing music. He's been a graphic designer since 1994; Monster Rangers is a culmination of all of his personal projects in one. He lives in Arizona with Dawna and Goblin, and runs the Steam Crow.

Add a comment

Related Posts

Posted by Steam Crow | September 29, 2018
For the Month of October 2018, the Monster Rangers are hosting a drawing challenge; RANGERTOBER! Basically, we're offering these drawing prompts for you to make a daily drawing. It needn't...
Posted by Steam Crow | July 25, 2018
How to Patina Obscuros
Obscuros (kinda like "Euros") are brass monster coins, and used by monsters as their money across all of Obscuria. They are really made out of brass, but as antique coins...
Posted by Steam Crow | February 8, 2018
Weathering Bandanas
When you first get one of our orange bandanas, they're just a little too bright. But there's a fix; STAIN IT! It's easy, quick, and will bring that bright orange...