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  1. Red HOT LOG EMBERS

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    The tubes for fluorescent lights are Too tough to cut (fiberglass) so if you used them in the full length.....would be AWESOME. I actually have SIX here at home not in use:D
  2. Crypt Cellar Doors

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    IS ANY ONE AS MUCH OF A PACK RAT omg i had all this lying around. This is ranch wall board ...plywood with the grooves Ranch wall with some brown spray paint Black and dark brown latex paint Hand prints from the old FARMER doin' his work Some old hinges to mount askew some old...
  3. Static: Creating Hell in your backyard

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    WHOA thats great ...a couple years ago I had the idea to line my path up (Both sides) to my door with 2 ft wide by 15 ft long rolling lava and this is an even better idea !! GREAT JOB
  4. Well hung guy....well,...... hung out to DRY

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    Hey Thanx a lot , I bin workin hard on another few and I love to see member pages with PIC's as well Keep Calm and Keep On Hauntin On
  5. Red HOT LOG EMBERS

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    Hey....all those clear plastic sleeves are exactly what I used. My sleeve was too slender so my logs were like small round logs. I would suggest to you making these to have a thick enough foam wall and or enough paint to block out some light.....the light comes through the foam brightly. OCTart
  6. Red HOT LOG EMBERS

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    This is it with my set up and the next shot is lit up,(couple of bone after the boiling) on the coals as well
  7. Red HOT LOG EMBERS

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    The lights are on all the time ...I picked up an 8 stage xmas light string but the box is too big for the tiny hole in the log. I've had the glowing coals, bones in the fire and the log embers all set up with my paper mache cauldron chained to a tri-pod in the school gym I decorated for the...
  8. Red HOT LOG EMBERS

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    This was made with a sleeve of clear plastic from a toy cardboard box that had a large window ......and I pulled the plastic piece out of it . The plastic is completely covered so don't worry if some glue or paper is stuck on it. The wire is a larger sleeve with the ends folded in to hold the...
  9. Other: Let me teach you something...

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    It sounds like we all have a few perfect skeletons in the closet and just to be cheesy our own demons to deal with. I have finally pushed through the perfectionism or I`m getting faster at producing good quality- as my wife would say``you still spend too much time on the details. It`s great to...
  10. Well hung guy....well,...... hung out to DRY

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    Hey Thanx for the PROPS I found the roots just set this thing off, I`d use them in everything but fear of OVER use prevents me. Maybe next year Thanx again !!!
  11. Nice skirt

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    Well I tried to stand this guy up and MAN is he TALL and way to much weight in the front end.....
  12. Well hung guy....well,...... hung out to DRY

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    Here I hit the shredded burlap with M.Mud and a coat of M.Mud on the ribs and torso The roots I dug up from a cedar tree ,I painted red turned out FANTASTIC A coat of monster mud on the burlap head This thing turned out Great Thanx for the PROPS and watch for my next...
  13. Other: Preparation & Prop Building for The Laboratory of Dr. Victor Baron von Frankenstein

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    HOLY CRAP Snake eyes My favorite movie ever saw it in the theater three times.....I think I was 13 VERY good Beautiful glass in your display SirenTech are there lights inside the bulb-ed part
  14. Electronic/Software: Waterproofing Part 2

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    Watch yourself you don`t want to substitute....some glues or should I say adhesives CONDUCT I`m a Home Depot guy...17 years
  15. Electronic/Software: Waterproofing Part 2

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    AAh yes nothing worse than SHOCKING yourself or guests I would say hot glue would work well for that,I use the hot glue gun tip to spread and seal seams of glue laid that may not have sealed.... and set a piece of plywood over it for protecting it from the direct rain drops.
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