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Hunter's Moon tombstone was made for my latest Secret Reaper victim Lisa48317. On her like list was black cats. That sounded like fun and also an opportunity to try out some fluorescing effects on a tombstone.
Made a video that will help you loads in visualizing the steps needed to make this stone. Please watch:
Here's a quick one you can put together to have some easy scares this Halloween. A Noisemaker Scare:
It's such an easy prop that this 2 minute video is the best way to see how to make it:
Another picture so you get a better idea of how it's hung:
Updated 10-09-2013 at 05:23 AM by Terra
Here's a new twist you can add to your graveyard: Graffiti! Adding graffiti can help make your graveyard transform from the traditional classic Victorian to a gritty, urban one that could fit perfectly in a post-apocalyptic or zombie outbreak-type haunt.
Here's the tutorial video that will give you a quick grasp of how to
Finally was able to drag the hubby to our art museum in Kansas City called the Nelson-Atkins Art Museum. It's a first class museum and if you are ever in town - you may want to spend a few relaxing hours there. This visit I found myself gravitating to the Halloweeny-looking art items and thought I'd share them here.
First though, here is a couple iconic shots of the museum because you may recognize it:
Have finally discovered the best use of pneumatic props - as a distraction! Yes, it is counter-intuitive to spend all that time and money making a pneumatic prop just to use as a distraction but today's ToTs are more sophisticated. They look for all the signs of a pneumatic prop so use that to your advantage. All you need here is a ToT taking a second or two hesitation
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