Thank you all so very much. Haunters are the best group in the world. The support and Halloween hugs I've gotten today was wonderful.
Been thinking about this all day and am happy to say that I have fallen on the side of being flattered. Many years ago I thought about this very thing happening if I was to make all these tutorials. Heck - many times I even give measurements - knowing full well that there may be companies that would like the idea very much. Decided that I would be fine if that...
Still a little shell-shocked but I guess I'm more flattered. I've been inspired by other's art and in fact pretty much copied Miles Teves' concept art for the Hell Hound. We are all inspired by each other's art. Just gets a little weird when you see a company do it. But, I share the how-to's so it would get copied and shared though the Halloween community. It takes a lot of time to create a prop and I look at the tutorials as time-savers for all of us. It's also so I can repay others who made...
Well, I'll be!, lol
Being busy last fall with the move I missed this completely. Halloweenprops4ever found this on eBay. The description says it's a Gemmy prototype black horse:
Looks kind of familiar:
I used a weird way to do mine but worked great and was hard as stone. It was what nail salons use to make acrylic nails. Takes a bit of practice but in the end worked great.
Terra's teeth. I asked a local orthodontist if I could have a plaster mold of teeth (they usually throw them away). Using the same stuff to make acrylic nails, I coated and built up the fangs and other teeth. Finished with painting them.
Teeth with acrylic applied (several layers).