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  1. Wanted to Buy
    I've been looking for cheap blow mold skeletons, "bluckies," (if you don't know what I mean check the picture below) but haven't been able to find any this year. I've checked several websites and went to the only Spirit Halloween near me, which has sold them every year before. There's a Party...
  2. Halloween Props
    I'm sure someone else has thought of this but in case it hasn't been mentioned for awhile I thought I'd throw it out here. :D Several years ago I needed a fast and cheap way to have my Blucky's stand or be posed in my yard display but I didn't want to go take a lot of time or spend a pile of...
  3. Halloween Props
    So I was playing around with some clay and ended up sculpting an entire head on a blucky skull that I had covered in paper mache. I like it so much that I want to keep it. So I need some advice from the group. How do I make it permanent? I was considering painting several coats of drylock since...
  4. Halloween Props
    Still looking for Blucky anybody seen him yet, I need him for my prop. :(
  5. Halloween Props
    I need a blucky for this year but i can't find any, does someone know where i can get one??
  6. Halloween Props
    We all know that the Blucky skeleton lacks a bit in the area of authentic appearance. I'd like to see a before/after picture of what you have done to personalize your Blucky.
  7. Blog
    Another one of my older tutorials. Brushed off the dust and shined it up a bit. If you want to see it in action and have me explain how it works, please see this video: The genesis and heart of this 5' tall spider victim is from a 'Hanging Man Zombie' prop made by Gemmy and was sold at...
  8. Tutorials and Step-By-Step
    Zombie Butler Build[/CENTER] Most of the materials I already had. I have tried my best to find out the prices for you. Anything with a * is what I bought just for this build Material * 1 Blucky Skeleton: $11 - $20 Dollars - Depends on where you find them * 1 Derby / Bowler Hat: - $6.99 on...
  9. Tutorials and Step-By-Step
    I've been working on an alternate way to pose my bluckies that was easy to change and wasn't obvious when displayed without clothes. I decided to use the heavy wire used with chain link fence. It's fairly stiff but can still be adjusted and isn't hard to work with. I started out by...
  10. Halloween Props
    another one down ............Im looking to set up on sunday so Im getting a little stressed.......but Im just gonna keep chipping away ....one more done ....My latest blucky ground breaker ..I figured he deseved a movie with cool music ...........I tried alot of different paint jobs with him and...
  11. Halloween Props
    this was one of my first corpsing jobs ....It came out ok but I would have done some things different ............but it looks good in the yard...this was the first one I used Stain on ( natural oak Minwax ) and I was amazed it still looks wet. Kinda like the guy from the barrel in Return of...
  12. Halloween Props
    Over the years I've purchased a couple of bluckies. You know those cheap plastic hollow skeletons you get from Walmart. Yeah, that's the one. Anyhoo as I take them in and out of storage those stupid nubs that connect their joints together start to wear and snap off. I'm interested in copsing...
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