Sunday, October 07, 2007

Monster Pumpkins **Link Updated 10/26/08**

Not these monster pumpkins...

THESE monster pumpkins!

In 2003 Pumpkin Masters released a Universal Studios Monsters Carving Pattern Book. It features patterns for Frankenstein, The Bride of Frankenstein, Dracula, The Wolfman, The Mummy and Creature From The Black Lagoon (below). I've scanned the front and back covers along with all of the interior pages and included them in a zip file.

Click the link below to download --

--> Monster Patterns <--

(NOTE: It may seem like I forgot some pages, but I didn't. The backs of the patterns are blank)

I've only attempted to carve one pattern from the book--


brian said...

Thanks so much for these! I don't know how this book slipped under my Universal Monsters radar!

Anonymous said...

Excellent Work.
I have lots of nice stuff to download over the next few days.
rapidshare takes about 3 hours between free downloads. Thanks Vince

sean brown said...

I sold my Bride of Frankenstein pattern to Pumpkin Masters years earlier. Imagine my suprise to see it published in this book! They gave her 2 stripes on each side onstead of one on each side of her head and simplified it a little.
I still have my original sketch of the design and am happy she is available to the masses every October!

Mike D. said...


The download link doesn't work anymore. Do you still have the zip file available for download? I have been searching for these for years!


Erick said...


I don't have the zip file anymore. But I should still have the book somewhere. Give me a few days to find it and I'll re-scan it.

Mike D. said...


Outstanding - that would be a long time search answered! By the way, I love your musical selections, but you are missing one classic that I know of - The Cockroach That Ate Cincinnati. I have it as an mp3 and will gladly send it to you (kind of a trade for the monster patterns). I can give you my e-mail on your Facebook (or recommend some other way). Thanks, Erick!

Erick said...

Link updated 10/26/08

Tiffany said...

Thank you. Thank you so ridiculously much! These gorgeous patterns have made my Halloween and increased my carving skills tenfold. So many, candy corn filled thank yous.

Erick said...

Mike D. and Tiffany,

I'm glad I could help you out with these.

Has anyone tried to carve a jack-o-lantern with these patterns? I'd like to see some photos if you did.