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  1. #1
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    Default Looking for a winged Skeleton

    Hi All,

    Nice to see that I'm not the only person planning for Halloween in February. My family thinks I've lost my mind. So, this year I would like to add to the laser vortex I made. I would like to setup a scene where it looks like a winged skeleton is flying out of the vortex. I have not been that impressed with the ones I have found. If anyone has any links to some I would love to see them.

    Thanks and Happy Haunting!

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    Have you considered making one yourself, could wind up being easier than you think to construct one...

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    I agree that it might be easier and definitely cheaper to build your own. Do you all ready have a skeleton?

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    Check out the winged skelli Fear Engineering made. It's fabulous! I'm not sure what you have in mind, but maybe this will give you a few ideas.

    Angel of Death 1
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    http://www.pinterest.com/thehaloweenlady/

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    Attached is the one I made from a bucky, PVC, foam and pait.Name:  2010-10-09 Halloween 011.jpg
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  6. #6
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    Default winged demon

    This is the winged skeleton I made by combining pieces from 2 or the 3ft ones Micheals sells every year, but you could probably do it as well with a 5ft one and then build the wings out of the cheaper 3ft ones.
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    You could definitely modify this one found on eBay
    http://item.mobileweb.ebay.com/viewi...id=89581913521

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    You could use the Stiltbeast corpsing technique like my boyfriend did here...just make them smaller and attach to a skeleton.
    http://www.halloweenforum.com/tutori...ml#post1197859

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    Has anyone gone back and tried to move their Stiltbeast corpses yet? I guess a better test wouldn't be until April (6 months) or more.

    I've done similar projects as well as spilled stain and paint on plastic sheeting and after awhile you wind up with an enormous, hard to clean flaky snowstorm mess.

 

 

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