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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 06:23 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
This year's Transworld was brimming with new ideas. So much so that it was veddy difficult to squeeze the footage into a manageable 10 min. video. Thank goodness I also took pictures...
First off - here's the new 2013 video:
Special Notes from the video:
Start: Pale Night Productions - That is a clear LCD screen! Never heard of that technology but thank goodness Pale Night Productions did.
1:14 - Haunted Props - This
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