Pumpkin carving is definitely an art form, and a skill I unfortunately don't possess. However, these 12 talented people do. In preparation for Halloween (T-minus five days), they carved Disney figures onto their pumpkins, and they all pretty much have zero chill when it comes to details. Seriously, the precision and accuracy is astounding.
We already told you how to DIY your Disney costume, so now you need a badass Disney pumpkin to go with it. Feel free to use these fellow pumpkins as your guides this Halloween.
Jack Skellington from "The Nightmare Before Christmas"
The OG Pumpkin King would definitely approve of this.
Alien from "Toy Story"
Not sure how you can have an alien pumpkin without a clawwwwww pumpkin, however.
Merida from "Brave"
The most impressive part of this is Merida's hair — it actually looks wavy! And that bow and arrow is enough to make even Katniss Everdeen jealous.
Ariel from "The Little Mermaid"
The underwater princess is still wanting to be where the people are, instead of on a pumpkin.
Evil Queen (as the Old Hag) from "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs"
I have zero idea how anyone can get such pinpoint accuracy when carving lines and curves into a round object.
Marie from "The Aristocats"
The snooty cat from this '70s classic looks extra prim and proper on this pumpkin, complete with her hair bow.
Maleficent from "Sleeping Beauty"
It looks like so much work went into carving Maleficent's evil, evil eyes.
Cinderella from "Cinderella" (duh)
Notice Cindy's castle just chilling in the background. Plus, the detail on her dress deserves recognition.
Hitchhiking Ghosts from "The Haunted Mansion"
Fans of this classic Disney theme park ride will instantly recognize the silhouettes from these friendly ghosts.
Jasmine from "Aladdin"
Aladdin's princess wouldn't be complete without her earrings and headband, but we are missing Rajah on this pumpkin.
Anna from "Frozen"
These thin, precise lines were carved with an insane level of patience.
And, the magic castle from every Disney movie
You can practically hear that iconic ding in the distance.