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  • SavageEye's Avatar
    04-08-2014, 05:42 AM
    @CFD318. Impressive! Where the heck do you store that?
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  • foolishmortal42's Avatar
    04-07-2014, 05:12 PM
    I am in Atlanta and would like to check the classes out. Please post the details. There are a lot of haunters in Atlanta based on what I have seen on the boards. It would be a good reason to get together.
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    04-02-2014, 05:57 PM
    foolishmortal42 replied to a thread Lighting: 3M Mobile projector in Halloween Props
    I also have 2 of the wonder wall projectors (got them super cheap on clearance). I don't recommend them. They only work in total darkness and the image is not very crisp. I did not know they were 30 lumens. If the 3m has the same brightness as the wonder wall then I would recommend that you buy something else that has much higher lumens. I have been able to find used projectors on eBay for about $100 bucks with 2500 lumens.
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    04-01-2014, 07:18 PM
    foolishmortal42 replied to a thread Lighting: 3M Mobile projector in Halloween Props
    I looked at the link and it looked like the lumens were a bit low (32 lumens). I have not used or seen the 3m projector in use but this might be an issue for you. I have read on the forum that you should shoot for about 2,000 lumens. I use 3 older Infocus projectors that output 2,500 lumens. They can be seen well in twilight and in full darkness. The issue with lower lumens projectors is sometimes they can be hard to see in anything but total darkness. Hopefully someone on the forum...
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  • SavageEye's Avatar
    04-01-2014, 07:01 PM
    Last year I bought this Digital Soldering Station from Radio Shack on a recommendation from Halstaff. I want to say that I used around 600 deg.(?). It definitely makes a difference!
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  • SavageEye's Avatar
    04-01-2014, 05:49 AM
    What temp did you put your soldering iron at?
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  • TNBrad's Avatar
    03-29-2014, 07:55 PM
    TNBrad replied to a thread Prop Showcase: Cadaver Tomb (Transi) in Halloween Props
    great effect. would like to see more about how it works
    11 replies | 398 view(s)
  • SavageEye's Avatar
    03-24-2014, 06:45 AM
    Love this! Can you please share how you painted it to look rusty? Thanks.
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  • SavageEye's Avatar
    03-23-2014, 09:00 AM
    Nice Work! And Congratulations!
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  • TNBrad's Avatar
    03-19-2014, 03:18 AM
    All new adventure for 2014 My little buddies have be move out of the home and and now all the kids are gone. so my love has taken it upon her self find a NEW Manor for us to haunt for 2014 I love her.
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    03-18-2014, 09:21 PM
    Dminor replied to a thread Atmosphere Effects: Most invisible scrim? in Halloween Props
    No worries! Actually, now that I'm reading it again, it was written in a confusing manner. Basically I meant to say that you don't want that holes so big that what you're projecting onto it doesn't have anything to be seen against...but also not too small that it's not see through enough for the environment you're using it in.
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    03-18-2014, 01:46 PM
    Dminor replied to a thread Atmosphere Effects: Most invisible scrim? in Halloween Props
    If you go to your local fabric store and ask for grey tulle (pronounced "tool") and look for one with a hexagonal pattern, that should give you what AtmosFEAR used. Just make sure that the holes in the fabric aren't too big that you can't see through it.
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