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What do you do when you have a 1/4 can of Great Stuff left? Make some guts of course!
Here's a video to let you see the perfect marriage of Great Stuff and Perma-Blood:
Partial can of Great Stuff
Plastic painter's tarp
Another successful day in the Halloween workshop has come to an end. Today I finishes my last pneumatic prop for this years haunt. This prop is a "pop up" reaper that rises from inside a wooden column on a pneumatic cylinder. This prop took a lot longer then I originally thought, as I had to had fabricate the mounts for the cylinder from scratch (well I actually fabricated them from steel channel not "scratch" ). The reaper I used was an inexpensive model from Wal-mart (I think
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Halloween HIts 2012!
With a little over a month away from "the big day", I just finishe the second of two "toe pincher" coffins. The second is not an animatronic piece like the first, but has a "corpsed" skeleton in it, complete with webbing and lighting. It will be part of the static display.
And with time ticking away, i'm moving away from the construction phase of things to adding finishing touches to all my projects. Although I may try and get a couple more tombstones
A new and improved tutorial on how to paint 3D haunt panels. This shows a faster and easier way to get the job done. Here's one of the sets all completed - the HellGrowth Room:
Please watch the video tutorial for a thorough visual of the work you'll be doing:
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