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  • Garthgoyle's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:07 PM
    Congratulations on the new hellspawn;)
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  • Paint It Black's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:22 PM
    Thanks. I used a brown spray paint for plastic, Kyron brand, I think.
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  • BlueFrog's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:00 AM
    Posting this Banksy classic in case it inspires anyone else to have escaped animals tag their lab....
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  • Garthgoyle's Avatar
    05-20-2015, 03:38 PM
    No, but the film does sound intriguing. If that feeling does not go away, you may want to try some Tums or something;) http://www.imdb.com/title/tt4163020/
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  • Garthgoyle's Avatar
    05-19-2015, 04:30 PM
    It be the end, I tells ya!!:p That would certainly be something to see...
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    05-19-2015, 02:31 PM
    Garthgoyle replied to a thread Grimm in Horror Discussion
    Quite a finale... I think that this season's ender was easily one of the best episodes in a long time.
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  • Garthgoyle's Avatar
    05-19-2015, 02:26 PM
    Gloss or metallic black (the second is the darker of the two) makes statues 'pop' while still looking incredibly ominous. Another idea is to leave them white like that, but have them crying tears of blood. Everybody's finds are spectacular.
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  • Garthgoyle's Avatar
    05-18-2015, 06:42 PM
    Yes, that is what I figured. *Holds thumb and forefinger perhaps half a millimeter apart to show the extent*:p;)
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    05-17-2015, 05:23 PM
    The dark song with the choir is fantastic, punkineater. Drats!! I followed the chihuauhua and wound up at the Russian equivalent of Taco Bell after your posted video, wdragon209;)
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  • BlueFrog's Avatar
    05-17-2015, 08:58 AM
    Way back when I first started haunting, I bought some fishing leeches and was deeply disappointed at how unrealistic the shape was. Those at the Cabela's link are miles ahead, and I really wish I'd seen them before I bought the odiferous real thing from CBS. Some of those frogs look like great mutant lab animals too. Thanks for the pointers. (Don't forget to look for realistic maggots too!) I can restrain myself from discussing bottles for only so long, and that limit seems to have expired. ...
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  • BlueFrog's Avatar
    05-17-2015, 03:08 AM
    GoS, thank you so much for alerting us to the hollow nature of the parasites. I've eyed them on DC's site for a long time and would not have been happy to learn they weren't 3D. I've become a little leery of DC as being a bit more hit-or-miss than I'd like in terms of quality and value. On the subject of leeches: you can get the real thing, preserved in formalin or something like it and then shrink-wrapped, from Carolina Biological. I bought some to cast from, which I've discovered is...
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    05-17-2015, 03:00 AM
    Love this conversation. Come for the creepy props, stay for the creepy science facts. Given our dependence on honeybees, the real world facts are much more disturbing than almost anything except coming upon your beehive skull for real. Everything from Thoroughbred horses to dairy cattle and pet rats seem to be affected by relentless breeding programs that don't take into account factors like disease resistance and overall hardiness. As sad as it is when a racehorse breaks down on the track or a...
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    05-16-2015, 07:02 PM
    While Halloween is great, it should not be the most motivating concern of any relocation, in my opinion. If a person cannot find/afford housing and maintain at least a decent standard of living, what does it truly matter? My advice would be to make certain that the move is feasible and that you and your partner can live someplace the rest of the year happily. You do not want to be able to play the part of a hobo in a grand parade without having to resort to donning a costume, correct?;)
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    05-16-2015, 06:54 PM
    What I consider to be the best song off the Silent Hill: Revelation soundtrack. It is by Akira Yamaoka, who was also involved with the game series.
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  • Garthgoyle's Avatar
    05-15-2015, 08:27 PM
    Great choice. What I do not understand, though, is how a few inches can add that much to the cost of the larger version:eek:
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    05-15-2015, 02:20 PM
    I have always liked that rainspout, but the other two (one of which is a dragon) cost barely over that price now for both: http://www.designtoscano.com/search.do?query=rain+gutter
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    05-15-2015, 02:11 PM
    Amazing bust of Jack. You had better watch that some here do not show up and attempt to do just that...:p
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    05-15-2015, 01:59 PM
    Where I last lived, the number of trick-or-treaters was decent for years, in the low hundreds, then they kept dropping until barely fifty showed. I honestly have no clue if candy is even passed out here, with here being a 'manufactured home community' (call it what it is, a freakin' trailer park). If there somehow turns out to be, no one will be stopping by anyhow, since I have made no effort to engage anyone and am probably (okay, definitely:D) not the most wholesome-looking person.
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    05-15-2015, 08:34 AM
    :falls over ded from jealousy:
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    05-14-2015, 05:30 PM
    I would love to see your gargoyles, Scatterbrains. I do not recall glimpsing a similar gargoyle (just a shoddy hard foam 'goyle), but Big Lots did have nice quality resin items quite a while ago, which I wish that they would have continued carrying. Target used to have fantastic ones, although their Halloween selection in general is second-rate compared to what they offered previously, in my opinion. I have yet to be disappointed with a grotesque from Design Toscano, and I own more than a few...
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  • Garthgoyle's Avatar
    05-14-2015, 02:11 PM
    Okay, that clown I do also remember:D I bought the set a few years ago; I see that they now only offer the first two seasons at the Nick site, where I had purchased it, which is unfortunate. Technically not a kids' show, but Monsters, another that I enjoyed, was so campy that it may as well have been at times:rolleyes: Even though it is from the '80s (showing my age here), it has only recently been released in DVD format:eek: It has been so long that most will seem new, at least...
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    05-14-2015, 12:35 PM
    Many here know of Design Toscano by now, and for good reason, of course. Another exclusive of theirs, Gomorrah is a new item and is a very respectable size for $35. I have seen more than a few members on the lookout for larger gargoyles that actually look like a beast and are priced reasonably, so I figured that I would mention this new addition to the company's menagerie. They have lots of other great grotesques, too, for those who have never been to the site....
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    05-14-2015, 12:13 PM
    I do not know about Goodwill, but Salvation Army has things out all year long, located in the home decor section. Awesome finds, everybody.
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    05-14-2015, 12:04 PM
    I loved Are You Afraid of the Dark?, especially. I need to get around to watching the set, since I have not seen the show in so long, but I do recall Gilbert Gottfried being in a very amusing episode with a haunted radio, then there was another dealing with werewolves - lots more good ones, although these are the ones that I remember the most about. I would watch Goosebumps on occasion, though I think that I have seen only one episode of The Haunting Hour (if it makes you feel better, blame me...
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    05-14-2015, 04:03 AM
    cowboy316, I what a score! I've been looking for a nice snake charmer basket like that for what feels like a long time, and there you got one super cheap. Very jealous, in a good way :D
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    05-14-2015, 03:29 AM
    "You're very brave. That's really hard, and I sure wouldn't have tackled that." Of all the words I would have guessed I'd hear from a working professional taxidermist when discussing my mounts, those were not among them. I finally cried uncle when faced with skinning the wings of a subadult male trumpeter swan who died of natural causes in his pen. I read the books, I watched the videos, I was still overwhelmed even before we got to the equipment I'd probably need but didn't own. I found...
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    05-14-2015, 03:01 AM
    Hilda, I forgot to mention earlier that I really like your cookie jar makeover into the leech jar. Very inventive! Clearly you have the touch for the slimy critters what with that terrific snail. I'd seen him on a web site somewhere before but didn't realize how BIG he is. Super, super cool. oojen, OMG, I couldn't love that beehive skull more if I'd made it myself. WOW! That is incredibly creepy and beautifully executed. I know a beekeeper and I think it's high time I asked him for a...
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  • Paint It Black's Avatar
    05-13-2015, 04:17 PM
    Thanks ooojen. And yes, we are very lucky to have mild weather and sunshine as much as we do.
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    05-13-2015, 02:40 PM
    Finally finished the two skulls today. Paper clay is cool. But when you pile on a lot, it takes a while to dry.
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  • Paint It Black's Avatar
    05-13-2015, 02:38 PM
    The snail is awesome, Hilda! And huge!! Love it.
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