I like the way you show the whole process and that skipping feature is very helpful to a viewer who needs to watch a particular section again before starting. Thanks also for the shout-out and your stones looked great!
You are very welcome and loved making this for you. Seeing all you've done to help the Halloween prop/craft building passion here it was a joy to have your name and the trust of your likes for your Halloween theme given over to me. Yay! that you like it :) Sorry for the loooooong wait you had to go through to finally see it. Muh ha ha ha!
Looking at your like of the swamp/voodoo theme jumped out as a huge challenge. Loved every bit of it... including digging out the pastel paints. heheh....
Hello back and thanks so much. I do miss Beloved... The girl isn't attached at all. I had planned to but after mudding and letting her dry on the stone - realized that she wasn't going to go anywhere, lol. Then the 3 coats of Drylok completely glued her in :)
The big mistake was the newspaper that thought, "Hey, of all the pictures I could take of the park and plaster on the front page of my newspaper... I think the best one is of the severed heads." They of all people should have known better. In this light it wasn't really the park's fault.
This debate reminds me of the annual discussion of whether to use a hanging man prop. For my haunt, thought that it would be easier to just avoid things that would obviously offend some groups. But that is...
Yes, that is me and it's landscape fabric but I use the professional version that I was able to get at a huge nursery. Granger also sells it. I like using landscape fabric vs. black plastic because it's not so shiny and it's paintable. Here's a link to the full written tutorial: http://www.halloweenforum.com/blogs/terra/611-building-haunt-wall-panels-tutorial.html
This is how the landscape fabric I use looks. The stuff is so resilient that it's being used for cheap bags and packaging...
Oh, your teaser card (my very first) really sent me on the hunt. Soon as I saw someone refer you to MWK <smack to the head> I just knew it was you. Then it was so fun as you teased on the thread here about it being in Texas. Sweet torture.
Thank you again for your gifts. The artistry was such a treat to behold and admire. Plus - I get to Keep THEM! <Muh ha ha ha!>