The toddler was soaked in a pail of "blood" and "eating brains."
Coronavirus or no coronavirus, Halloween was still celebrated by lots of people, although some chose to do so following social distancing rules. Even those who opted to stay at home and avoid mingling with the festivities outside still made supreme effort in putting on their costumes even if it’s just for social media posting. In this regard, a one-year-old boy has beaten them all.
Photographer Bobbi Rylant decided to turn her adorable toddler Kamden into a zombie for a photo shoot featuring the boy soaked into a pool of blood and eating brains.
The 27-year-old mom has been into photography for around two years and she wanted to have fun dressing up the kids for Halloween.
Of course, the blood and brains are all fake – Bobbi used a mixture of warm water, strawberry and chocolate syrup, plus cherry-flavored Kool Aid, for the blood. The realistic-looking brain is made of plastic.
She used the TV show The Walking Dead as inspiration for the shoot.
“My youngest Kamden is dressed as a zombie. My husband and I are big Walking Dead fans, so that is where the inspiration came from.”
In the picture, Kamden has fake gashes, which Bobbi created using temporary tattoos that are easily removed by water.
She revealed that her little boy was hesitant at first to sit into the pail of “blood” so she let him splash around for a bit and taste the syrup before she started taking pictures.
The photo shoot lasted only ten minutes and Kamden absolutely enjoyed it.
Bobbi also revealed that she received hate messages because of the shoot. She had people tell her that she should not have fed the child with syrup because of the sugar and that her son could have had an allergic reaction to red dye.
“Someone else said, ‘Someone needs to call Child Services! You should have your children taken away from you!'” Bobbi added.
However, many also loved the gory Halloween shoot and so she didn’t let the negative comments get to her. She believes that everyone has a right to their opinion and understands that not everyone likes to see that sort of thing and she’s fine with it.
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