Wow - can we do that again?! It is November first and the skys have opened up. It is POURING. Fat drops dumping down in waves, thunder, lightening... all real unlike last night. Thank goodness it waited until today!
Good friend Glen called in sick to work Friday and came over to finish setting up the Haunt. I really needed it too as Thursday it threatened
Updated 11-03-2008 at 10:56 AM by Push Eject
Last year was my first attempt at many things and most of them turned out great. Because it was such an ambitious direction there were many things that were just thrown together. So this year I'm going to sweep through the haunt and graveyard and up the effects.
Graveyard: All month I looked at it and thought it was missing two things. One I knew what it was but the other eluded me. The one thing I knew it needed was animation. Luckily, Dave in the Grave's Peeping Tombstone will be the perfect
Updated 05-02-2010 at 11:22 AM by Terra
Every year when I have my annual party there is one question that is a constant from my guests. Where do you get your ideas for decorating? Well if you have seen any of my albums you know I really love to embrace the vintage side of Halloween. However I also love to embrace funky and glitzy side of Halloween.
As I have mentioned earlier I have two boys, my youngest has always loved Halloween as much as I do. It was he who made it very clear to me early on that I could do whatever
Several years ago, I purchased a Talking Skull Kit from Cowlacious.com for my Halloween display. I liked it so much I wanted several more talking skulls, but I also wanted to create a multi-channel audio program incorporating the Scary Terry board.
I had an extra 5.1 channel DVD player lying around the house, so I tried my luck at creating a multichannel audio DVD so that I could split the audio to multiple channels for individual talking skulls. Alas, I found out that it is impossible
This is a continuation of the series: Seven Layers of Scare. If you haven't already, I suggest you read that blog post first: https://www.halloweenforum.com/blogs/terra/528-seven-layers-scare.html
Now that we've discussed Seven Layers of Scare, lets drill down deep and focus on....
The first area to decorate is the perimeter of the room. This tells the viewer where they are. A jungle (camo netting), freezer (frosted over
Updated 05-02-2010 at 11:23 AM by Terra
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