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  1. Halloween Props
    I am going to purchase a plunge router attachment to my Dremel tool. What router bits are you having success with for lettering or doing raised lettering ?
  2. Halloween Props
    So I got a Dremel 3000 for my birthday. I am hoping to use it for making Tombstones. What bits do you use the most for your tombstones? The kit came with one carving bit #191 and 2 cutting bits #426 and #561. The rest of the bits are sanders and polishers. I have never used a Dremel before so...
  3. Halloween Props
    Would a Dremel motor work for a flying crank ghost? It is a 2 speed and says the following on the label: 120 v. AC 50-60HZ. low speed .60A/Hi Speed1.15A. My first attempt with moving prop! I have not seen a Dremel named in any projects for FCG, and looking at all my old tools for a...
  4. Halloween Props
    Dremel tool and lots of sanding!
  5. Halloween Props
    I'm looking to replace my Dremel Stylus that died last month, but don't have a lot of spare cash to upgrade to a high end dremel. Instead I'm looking for a rotary tool without a battery to do basic detail work. After searching the web I've come down to a Black and Decker RTX $29.00 on Amazon...
  6. General Halloween
    How many of us use things like a heat gun, Dremel, wood burner when crafting? Are there other tools that you rely on?
  7. Halloween Props
    This stone is constructed of 3 layers of 1" foam sandwiched together with spray adhesive and 2 1/2" screws. I've had an old rubber doormat hanging around with a great filigree pattern on it that I've used for the top. The name and epitaph were routed out with a dremel. The book was carved from a...
  8. 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...
  9. Blog
    Electrical transformers are accents you could use in a laboratory scene or electrical room at your haunt. You can make these using some funny things around your workshop. Hey, just like a mad doctor would :p For a quick rundown of how to put this together, please check this video out...
  10. Blog
    So glad there was the time to make this just before Halloween. Was thinking if there was an impressive entrance to the haunt, it would help set the mood. Also, needed something to be obvious that this was the entrance to the garage haunt. This is a very large gate (8' x 6') so it is...
  11. Blog
    Love the flicker lights using tealights created by jimmyzdc. But, needed them to be on a timer. Time to hack a string of Christmas flicker lights. Videos of them in action can be found here: The following pictures shows you how to make the candles but I did not show how...
  12. Blog
    I tried my hand at making the Beloved Tombstone by somewhat using the instructions at Haunted Webby - Alice Tombstone. I got additional ideas from Kevin at Brewster's Yard haunt at Brewster Yard Haunt: New Props. From what I can gather, the Beloved Tombstone was created by...
  13. Blog
    This is my version of the weeping angel tombstone that I combined with DaveintheGrave's peeping tombstone. For directions on how to make Dave's Peeping mechanism, please go to the following awesome, terrific, easy-to-follow thread: Project 1 - Instructor Thread You can also make this just a...
  14. Blog
    This is a two-part video series on how to make Halloween Tombstones: Following is an outline and pictures of the construction of this stone: Okay, let's start: Cut Foam: First off...ALWAYS WEAR A MASK WHEN CUTTING FOAM! The foam dust floats through the air and...
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