Paulo Machado 3D Pumpkins Season Finale

Paulo Machado 3D Pumpkins Season Finale

This is it… the final 3D pumpkin carving video of the season! It even includes a Halloween Dog Costume Show! Very cool! I have to give everyone who’s supported this website by watching all my videos and my photos a great BIG THANK YOU!! I really appreciate the views, the comments, and support! I look forward to doing it again next year!

To see all the pumpkins I’ve carved so far, visit My Pumpkins page.  In this page I showcase all the pumpkins I’ve done over the years, from the beginning to the latest.

Corn Maze Drone Video
209 Magazine Facebook Page
Turlock Ram Farms Facebook Page

The Tools I use:

Pumpkin Carving Tools
Pumpkin Carving Video Tutorials
Triangle Carving Tools

Come and see me by visiting my Social Media Sites below where I keep in touch with the community around the world.

Facebook
Instagram
Twitter

3D Pumpkin Carving – How To Carve Eyes – [EXCERPT]

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In this tutorial you will learn step by step how to carve eyes in great detail on a 3D pumpkin! This 3D pumpkin carving tutorial covers the basic principles needed to carve the perfect 3D pumpkin eyes. These principles can be applied to any 3D pumpkin. This is the perfect 3D pumpkin tutorial to beginners helping avoid beginners mistakes. You can also use the links below to the perfect tools needed to carve the perfect 3D pumpkin!

To see all the pumpkins I’ve carved so far, visit My Pumpkins page.  In this page I showcase all the pumpkins I’ve done over the years, from the beginning to the latest.

Corn Maze Drone Video
209 Magazine Facebook Page
Turlock Ram Farms Facebook Page

The Tools I use:

Pumpkin Carving Tools
Pumpkin Carving Video Tutorials
Triangle Carving Tools

Come and see me by visiting my Social Media Sites below where I keep in touch with the community around the world.

Facebook
Instagram
Twitter

3D Pumpkin Carving – How To Carve Teeth Tutorial

In this 3D pumpkin carving video tutorial, I am going to show you very quickly how to carve teeth on a 3D pumpkin! Carving teeth on a 3D pumpkin carving adds great detail and it is quite easy. Come in and see how I do it and you will quickly start adding amazing teeth to your 3D pumpkin as well.
This pumpkin was carved live at the Colusa County Pumpkin Village! It was loads of fun to carve and to hear the “WOWs” and the “OOOOOs” was great! That alone makes it all worth it!  I am looking forward to do some more amazing 3D pumpkin carvings next year at the Colusa County Pumpkin Village.

To see all the pumpkins I’ve carved so far, visit My Pumpkins page.  In this page I showcase all the pumpkins I’ve done over the years, from the beginning to the latest.

Corn Maze Drone Video
209 Magazine Facebook Page
Turlock Ram Farms Facebook Page

The Tools I use:

Pumpkin Carving Tools
Pumpkin Carving Video Tutorials
Triangle Carving Tools

Come and see me by visiting my Social Media Sites below where I keep in touch with the community around the world.

Facebook
Instagram
Twitter

Time Lapse – Paulo Machado 3D Pumpkin Carving

I love time-lapse!  This 3D pumpkin carving time-lapse is a video that I made using the tutorial video posted earlier this month.  Check it out!  Pretty cool!

To see all the pumpkins I’ve carved so far, visit My Pumpkins page.  In this page I showcase all the pumpkins I’ve done over the years, from the very beginning to the latest.

Corn Maze Drone Video
209 Magazine Facebook Page
Turlock Ram Farms Facebook Page

The Tools I use:

Pumpkin Carving Tools
Pumpkin Carving Video Tutorials
Triangle Carving Tools

Come and see me by visiting my Social Media Sites below where I keep in touch with the community around the world.

Facebook
Instagram
Twitter

209 Magazine Interview – Paulo Machado The Pumpkin Carver

Turlock Journal’s 209 Magazine invited me to come out and show them the art of 3D pumpkin carving for their October issue. So on September 11th 2017, Angie and the 209 Magazine crew met up with me for a small demonstration. I showed them from how I pick my pumpkins to how I carve the eyes and the teeth. It was really fun to teach Angie how to carve her pumpkin. It shows that anyone who puts some effort into it can carve a 3D pumpkin. The story and the video are coming out the first week of October. If you’re on Facebook, look for the 209 Magazine Page and follow the story there. I’ll leave the link below in the description.

The pumpkins you see in this video were made possible by the famous Turlock Ram Farms which opened their Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze this past September 29th and will run through October 31st. If you’re from Turlock or surrounding areas, be sure to visit and check out their amazing pumpkins, corn maze, and haunted house. Which by the way, I’ve made a drone video that show’s the corn maze pattern. Look for the link below. I will be there the last two Sundays of October, the 22nd and 29th performing 3D pumpkin carving demonstrations! So don’t be shy, come and see what I do best and who knows maybe you’ll end up in one of my famous YouTube videos. Be sure to visit their Facebook page for more information. I’ll have the link below as well.

To see all the pumpkins I’ve carved so far, visit My Pumpkins page.  In this page I showcase all the pumpkins I’ve done over the years, from the very beginning to the latest.

Corn Maze Drone Video
209 Magazine Facebook Page
Turlock Ram Farms Facebook Page

The Tools I use:

Pumpkin Carving Tools
Pumpkin Carving Video Tutorials
Triangle Carving Tools

Come and see me by visiting my Social Media Sites below where I keep in touch with the community around the world.

Facebook
Instagram
Twitter

3D Pumpkin Carving Tutorial – Eyes & Mouth

3D Pumpkin Carving tutorial of the eyes and mouth concentrates in the beginning stages of the eyes and the mouth of the carving process. I am proud to present the first 3D pumpkin carving video of the 2017, the next to come out shortly. This pumpkin carving season, I want to put on the teacher hat and help those of you who are interested in learning more about 3D pumpkin carving by creating these simple steps videos covering only a few steps with each video. This will allow the viewer to practice each stage before they go on to more advanced stages of the carving process.
Look forward to the next video where I will concentrate in making the pupil of the eye and maybe even teeth. Be on the lookout for that! Below I’ll have links to Amazon for the tools I use to carve my 3D pumpkin carvings.

Pumpkin Carving Tools
Pumpkin Carving Video Tutorials
Triangle Carving Tools

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To see all the pumpkins I’ve carved so far, visit My Pumpkins page.  In this page I showcase all the pumpkins I’ve done over the years, from the very beginning to the latest.

Come and see me by visiting my Social Media Sites below where I keep in touch with the community around the world.

Facebook
Instagram
Twitter

Also if you want to check out professional pumpkin carving videos, check out the following channels:
Ray Villafane
ThePumpkinArtist

Season Beginning Announcement

 

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This season beginning comes with a big announcement!  Read on to learn about what’s next for Paulo Machado Pumpkins.

These were the first pumpkins I carved this season. It was a Sunday morning when I began carving the pumpkin shown on top.  As always, I always think I have more time than I actually do.  I thought I would have time to carve this pumpkin before noon.  At noon I would be heading out to the Turlock R.A.M. Farms Pumpkin Patch to do a live demonstration, the first of the season!  As usual I ran out of time… rushing out the door with a half finished pumpkin on top of my bench.  At the R.A.M Farms Pumpkin Patch things went well there.  My friend JJ helped me film my next video.  The pumpkin carving demo went well, I carved the second pumpkin shown above.  Some people came out and sat there for a few minutes at a time.  I always have a good time doing live pumpkin carving demos.

As this pumpkin carving adventure I am in right now keeps developing, I am starting to really think about where this could go from here.  There are a lot of people who wish they could do what I do and learn how to carve 3D pumpkins.  The reason most of them don’t start is because they have no idea where to start, what kind of tools to use, and how to do some features in the pumpkin.  I believe that I will put together a video tutorial that will teach people to carve pumpkins from the beginning to the end.  I will be working on putting together a series of tutorials from what tools to use to how to pick your perfect pumpkin, even how to carve the perfect eye on your favorite pumpkin carving.  It will take some time but I’ll announce the progress as it goes on.  I am really excited about it and I hope people will jump on this opportunity to learn how to carve 3D pumpkins.

Until then, I will see you soon.

Enjoy the Video:

This video shows how I carved both of the pumpkins the same day on time lapse.

Charity Pumpkin

 

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Charity Pumpkin is what I called this pumpkin carving.  I carved this pumpkin with the thought in mind to donate it to a special needs school in Ceres, California.  This pumpkin is very special to me for that reason.  Not only that, it also was the first time I carved this variety of pumpkin.  It was very interesting to carve this pumpkin because the peel was completely different then what I am used to with the regular pumpkins.  This pumpkin peel was so much harder then normal and it took a little more work to get to the meat of the pumpkin to be able to carve this wonderful pumpkin.  The shape and the amount actually carved comes out of that reason that the pumpkin was different… which was actually part of the real cool look that this pumpkin has.

Carving pumpkins is just something personal and with each pumpkin carved I experience something completely different.  With this pumpkin, I felt excited because I was looking forward to seeing the look in the kids faces as I presented the pumpkin to them.  It explains why the pumpkin came out the way it did because there was feeling behind each carving stroke.

Needless to say, the pumpkin was a success at the special needs school and everyone was very happy to see it, specially the kids.

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