Kudos to you for using your recovering time so productively and getting the jump on your props! I love seeing everyone's unique approach to building armatures.
I really love your little crouching skelly guy in the brown! :D I hope your knee heals quickly.
My Halloween stuff has just overflowed. I still have giant (hung from the ceiling) industrial garage storage racks packed full, our attack, basement storage room, storage closets, and under beds packed to near over flowing capacities. I didn't mean to send any latex props but going back over today I realized I sent my box of hanging bats so I'll have to treck out in the next couple weeks and retrieve them. Even though my hubby asked and actually listened for once, I sort of felt like someone on...
Hahahahaha funny you should ask about that! Today we rented a HUGE a$$ box truck and a storage unit and spent the day hauling Halloween stuff to storage and cleaning our very messy garage. One of the last things I did was start to reorganize the work bench and there it was... lurking in the dark, unopened waiting to pounce. I ran away terrified.
Apparently I somehow missed your original post too. Welcome! Glad you've joined our little band of nuts! If you get a chance pop over to page and look at my voodoo and asylum album, I used several skelli's and a skelli's dog. Love love all your pics in the thread you started.
What a terrific vortex tunnel! I appreciate the fairly simple construction and that it would be quick and easy to disassemble and store. I also have laser vortex but sadly my display only had sort of a "meh" effect. Sigh. Your application was waaaay better!
Your instructional video was fantastic too!!! Excellent job on both.