Horror Portraits

Contest Info

  • Started: 10/30/2009 13:00
  • Ended: 11/2/2009 17:00
  • Level: advanced
  • Entries: 37
  • Jackpot:
  • FN Advanced 1st Place $5
  • FN Advanced 2nd Place $3
  • FN Advanced 3rd Place $2
  • FN Advanced 4th Place $1
Horror Portraits
Contest Directions: It's almost Halloween time at Freaking News. A lot of us will wear costumes for Halloween and will turn into evil vampires, zombies, witches, and warlocks just for the Halloween night...
It's a "self portrait" contest where you have to photoshop yourself with some horror theme or Halloween theme. Think about turning yourself into vampires, warlocks, witches, zombies, and other evil creatures, or just make yourself spooky one way or another. Here's a good example by thekillerbee. More than one way to make yourself scary (several entries) is more than welcome!

Contest Info

    • Started: 10/30/2009 13:00
    • Ended: 11/2/2009 17:00
    • Level: advanced
    • Entries: 37
    • Jackpot:
    • FN Advanced 1st Place $5
    • FN Advanced 2nd Place $3
    • FN Advanced 3rd Place $2
    • FN Advanced 4th Place $1
This gallery only contains our top 34 selections from its parent contest Horror Portraits. All 37 contest pictures can be viewed here.
  • Funkwood Officer's Lair

    Funkwood Officer's Lair
  • Monster Carl

    Monster Carl
  • Monster Xaos

    Monster Xaos
  • Pree the Zombie

    Pree the Zombie
  • Spaghetti Head

    Spaghetti Head
  • Kratos Monster

    Kratos Monster
  • Gollum John

    Gollum John
  • Disasterman Monster

    Disasterman Monster
  • Bloody Sherif

    Bloody Sherif
  • Head on Scales

    Head on Scales
  • The Orphan Remastered

    The Orphan Remastered
  • Meert Count Dracula

    Meert Count Dracula
  • Zombie Daveman

    Zombie Daveman
  • Bad John Doll

    Bad John Doll
  • Zombie Man

    Zombie Man
  • Man Spider Monster

    Man Spider Monster
  • Man Frying in Electric Chair

    Man Frying in Electric Chair
  • Man Shot in the Head

    Man Shot in the Head
  • Monster Doctor at Haunted House

    Monster Doctor at Haunted House
  • Goblin Boy

    Goblin Boy
  • Evil Devil

    Evil Devil
  • Man Burning at the Stake

    Man Burning at the Stake
  • Woman Vampire

    Woman Vampire
  • The Red Queen for Halloween

    The Red Queen for Halloween
  • Man Shouting in Chair Painting

    Man Shouting in Chair Painting
  • Reaper Zombie

    Reaper Zombie
  • Phantom of the Freaky

    Phantom of the Freaky
  • Man on Fire

    Man on Fire
  • Ugly Man Monster

    Ugly Man Monster
  • Evil Devil Man

    Evil Devil Man
  • Frankenstein John

    Frankenstein John
  • The Devil with People Burning in Hell

    The Devil with People Burning in Hell
  • Sweeney Tomm and Baker Catherine at the Beach

    Sweeney Tomm and Baker Catherine at the Beach
  • Alfie Dorothy and Alfie Witch

    Alfie Dorothy and Alfie Witch
  • Alf Frankenstein and his Bride

    Alf Frankenstein and his Bride
  • Vampire Woman

    Vampire Woman
  • Woman Cat Mutation

    Woman Cat Mutation
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This contest is fueled by the following news: A night horror or night fears (Lat. Pavor nocturnus) is an unpleasant dream, characterized by the abrupt waking-up in a state of strong fear. A person sits on his bed or jumps-up, screams, swings his arms, walks in his room or in the apartment. Eyes are open widely, the heartbeat is quick, and the person sweats and shakes. Episodes can last from one minute to several minutes. At this point of time, it is very difficult to talk to the person since he does not realize the presence of other people. After some time, the person once again falls into sleep and as a rule he does not remember anything the next morning. Night terrors occur within one to four hours of sleeping, during the time when the deep sleeping phase dominates. The difference between night terrors and nightmares: It is not necessary to confuse a night horror with nightmares. Nightmares occur in the rapid-eye movement phase of sleep and usually have a complex scenario, the consequence of which is the sensation of fear experienced by the sleeper. Unlike nightmares, night terrors occur in the non-rapid eye movement phase of sleep, when dreams are almost not there. In children: Night horrors more often occur in preschool children and young schoolboys. The occurrence of night terrors in children is not due to deep psychological problems but because they can be disturbed more often during a phase of life filled with a turbulent emotional experience. Occasionally occurring night horrors are the norm; however, if night horrors occur almost every night of the week then it is necessary to consult a pediatrician. Never shout at the child nor try to wake him, shake him this will frighten him even more. Take him quietly to wash his face by holding his hand. Items and people in the room can appear frightening to the child. It is necessary to quietly make the child go back to sleep. Singing a song in a tender low voice and gently caressing the child's head can be useful. Attempt to find out the child's dream is of no use, after all, the child cannot recollect anything in the morning. In adults: Night horrors occur much less in adults than in children. In many cases, night horrors indicate excitation, anxiety and aggression. The symptoms are precisely the same as in the case of children.
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