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A. writes – “This guy has been updating his library of pumpkin stencils over the years and his catalog is just brilliant. He’s a great artist and the site covers everything from movies to classical monsters. Some stencils are more involved than others when it comes to carving but the results have always been amazing. The best part is that you can get lifetime access to the library with as little as a $2 donation. Well worth it.”Link.

Phillip Torrone

Editor at large – Make magazine. Creative director – Adafruit Industries, contributing editor – Popular Science. Previously: Founded – Hack-a-Day, how-to editor – Engadget, Director of product development – Fallon Worldwide, Technology Director – Braincraft.


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  1. Tercero says:

    WTF?

    Why post a link where you have to pay for the “privilige” of downloading stencils? When the internet is chock full of free patterns.

    What kind’a tard pays for this crap? Please let me know, as I need some free cash.

  2. Catmullrom says:

    Probably cause all the stencils posted so far here look like they were downloaded for free. This guy looks to be an actual artist and based on how pro the site looks he probably needs to pay for bandwidth. I’m sure he’s living it up in Bel-Air thanks to the outrageous $2 fees he charges.

    Also since when does everything on MAKE have to be free? You download your pumpkins too? You carve it with the latest build of SUSE?

  3. Catmullrom says:

    Probably cause all the stencils posted so far here look like they were downloaded for free. This guy looks to be an actual artist and based on how pro the site looks he probably needs to pay for bandwidth. I’m sure he’s living it up in Bel-Air thanks to the outrageous $2 fees he charges.

    Also since when does everything on MAKE have to be free? You download your pumpkins too? You carve it with the latest build of SUSE?

  4. philliptorrone says:

    Tercero – nothing wrong with getting compensated for providing something cool and useful. $2 is like, less than a cup of coffee now :(