Nothing, really. I just chopped this up in 10 minutes or so, so it's not my best. I really didn't have time this weekend, so I had to manage stretching this in with sunday school, mass, shopping, homework, etc... I hope you like it! Sorry if you didn't like the cheesy gun names, but I have little time before I get to scare little kids! Ahahahaha!
About this creation
Two clone brothers take a shortcut through a small park to get to another neighborhood. This time, they're tricking... For real.
This clone is carrying a "Candytech Sukerupper Model i", used for sucking up candy from bowls, cauldrons, other trick-or-treaters, basically anything. Very energy efficient, powered by green cells. (Very up to date)
Another clone brother carrying a "CandyTech Chocosuker", an over-the-shoulder vaccuum, good for intaking anything that's made from chocolate. Also powered by green energy.
I didn't really work on this that much, but hey, there's no judging! This is a DV scarecrow, and I'm not proud of it.
I'm not typically good at Halloween decor, but this is the best I could do at the time.
Candy, just to make sure you aren't thrown off.
Hoped you like it people, and lucky me, there's no judging!
Nice. I normally don't get cr@ppy candy, but the people in my neighborhood were slackers this year. You just go to their house, and lo and behold, "Take one piece!" and it's like those tiny little bite size milky ways or something. Nothing against bite sized candy, but it's supposed to be handed out in mass numbers. Well, that's my theory.
This is actually pretty good, even the inclusion of the self-made guns and jetpacks make it cool. Besides, your scarecrow is decent and original, aside from needing improvement. I suggest that you make the scarecrow look more anthropomorphic, minifig-shaped. With the Halloween decor, you could add a skeleton, skull, jack-o-lantern, or maybe an unconscious trick-or-treater XD. Also, since the clones are trick-or-treaters or something like that, they could be shorter like clone cadets with armor. Overall, good job!