I can NOT understand why the boys say Norma is crazy! She seems like a good mom altho' a little dingy at times but for gosh sakes Dylan is the one who needs his head examined for saying a little Lysol would fix up that putrid mattress....GROSSSS!
I also wonder why Dylan seemed scared/leery of Norman when he was talking about the drowning dream. Why on earth does he want to move in with his brother if he doesn't trust him?!?
I think your guillotine looks great! Don't worry about what the neighbor does either. Just build your own stuff that is unique. Dazzle the the TOTs with lighting and sound. The best props are almost always home made. Just look around here at all the awesome stuff that members here make that you can't find in any store!!! :)
Thanks guys. I do plan on making another set of contacts for when you flip the switch. The switch is actually flattened 3/4" copper pipe. The patina is real. I got he pipe from my dad's scrap pile. It had been sitting outside for about 25 years!!!!
Today I started building some knife switches for my mad scientist's lab. Not quite complete yet, I still need to add paint and finish them up. I plan on posting a tutorial in the near future. I think it's a pretty good start.
Got this at Goodwill's half off day sales.Shiatsu,ceramic witch,resin witches hat,suede-like heavy throw pillows,fiber optic color changing cat and not pictured...2 halloween t-shirts all for around $10
Doc, I bought mine at a United Way thrift store. I see them occassionally at yard sales. The Good Will around here wants too much for theirs. I think I paid a buck for mine. Try yard sales or the Salvation Army thrift stores, that's where they would be cheapest.
I built this out in the garage today. I don't exactly know what to call it but I think I will put a brain or heart in the jar. Still have to light the gauges and add a few details. Tell me what you all think. The gauges are from one of those home weather station things. The two large knobs are lids off of laundry detergent bottles that I painted black. The electrode things on top of the jar are a couple of old spark plugs I had laying around in the garage.