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    03-26-2015, 04:36 AM
    Terra posted a visitor message on jp03507421's profile
    Hello and thanks for the friend request :)
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    03-16-2015, 05:35 AM
    Don't have a coat check (darn it) but roller bags are allowed and almost required so you can haul around all the catalogs you'll grab :)
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    03-13-2015, 06:38 AM
    Terra posted a visitor message on Tombstonemaker's profile
    Hello back and welcome to the forum. Monster Mud is used to thicken/bulk up items. Usually cloth is dipped into it and then it can be draped on whatever you need and when it dries it looks like it was carved out of stone. Monster mud is made by mixing joint compound with latex paint. Drylok is a masonry (basement) waterproofing paint and it used to waterproof items. I also use it to paint tombstones gray and the grit in the paint gives it a stone-like texture. Hope that helps.
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    03-08-2015, 05:35 AM
    Terra replied to a thread Static: monster mud question in Halloween Props
    I've stored mine for quite a while (about a year) and you just have to mix it back up.
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    03-08-2015, 05:30 AM
    Terra replied to a thread Atmosphere Effects: Need help sourcing UV paint in Halloween Props
    I agree that WildFire and DayGlo are two great paints. Though I haven't used DayGlo - many pro haunts use it and it's a bit cheaper than WildFire. I use WildFire because it was the first professional paint I ran across and loved it. It does have some drawbacks: One, it's very thick and so must be thinned about 50 percent for airbrush work. The other is that it's so good at fluorescing that it can emit too much light and make your haunt seem too brightly lit. heh. So, you could use less powerful...
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    02-28-2015, 06:37 PM
    Terra replied to a thread Static: Bit to carve tombstones with in Halloween Props
    It turned out fantastic and this is one that I would think would become a classic idea for any graveyard. So creative!
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