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  1. Halloween Props
    I wanted to have a simple shroud over my skeleton cadaver on this tomb. I know many people use monster mud to get the effect but that it is also fairly heavy. Since the shroud really will not be supporting any weight can I skip the joint compound?
  2. Halloween Props
    I am making 12 colums for my cemetery fence and I don't have money to buy board. I have went to companies and industrial shops and I got OSB strand board or chip board and I need to coat it with something to smooth it. I was going to use joint compound but was told it would not stand up to the...
  3. Halloween Props
    Has anyone masked off a mortar grid them applied heavy MM then pulled off the tape for a stone effect? I vaguely remember way back doing something similar with just joint compound on a knee wall in an attic bedroom but that was much memory loss ago.
  4. Tutorials and Step-By-Step
    I have started a new tombstone, I'm going for a realistic stone that you might find in a real graveyard First I measured and marked my blank, it's 24"x24"x3/4" ridged pink foam from Home Depot Next I cut out two for the front and back I took the scraps and made sides and top and sanded it...
  5. Halloween Props
    I got the head and hands from a Spirit after Halloween dumpster dive. It was a broken peekaboo penny This was my first experience with using monster mud. I was as careful with it as I could but I ended up covered head to toe. My drill crapped out so I had to mix by hand. Her base is made from an...
  6. Halloween Props
    One of my witches was ruined by the rain so I am rushing trying to make another...first my clay kept cracking..so I am filling in with joint compound..but it took all her wrinkles out and grrrrrr..she isn't looking like a witch, but maybe when shes done it'll work! Think I can use a thin layer...
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