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  1. Tutorials and Step-By-Step
    This is yet another orphan how-to, unfortunately I never recorded who the original creator of this one was: I saw these web guns for sale on various websites and they aren't that cheap. After reading up on them I figured it was time I made one. I'm going to keep these instruction brief since...
  2. Halloween Props
    My apologies if this design has been posted many times, I sure someone else has thought of it before. And I agree with the experts here, use a real cylinder if building an elaborate and expensive prop. My props are for a hayride, I can manually operate and reset the props. This is a single...
  3. Halloween Props
    So, I have my hot coals, and I have my skeleton, and I want to build a human sized rotisserie. I have seen a couple of them on here before, but I can't find them. Are there any good DIYs for a skeleton-sized rotisserie? The basic model in my head is scrap wood and PVC pipe (seems like it...
  4. Tutorials and Step-By-Step
    I finally finished making a new project I wanted to make for a little while. After I finished it I wrote up the tutorial. This has 2 led red/blue strobes with a loud siren mounted on a drill. The LED bars have 9 modes that are selectable. Tutorial can be found here...
  5. Tutorials and Step-By-Step
    I have been slowly working on moving how to's over to my new site and making new how to's for projects as I finish them. This is a how to on making a drill in to a jump scare horn. How to make a very loud horn Enjoy and more how to's will be coming soon.
  6. Tutorials and Step-By-Step
    Last year I found that I needed a large padlock for the gates to our haunted forest. After searching the internet for a suitable lock I found that large prop locks are pretty expensive so I decided I would just make one myself. I will be the first to admit that this is not one of the great...
  7. REQUEST FOR TUTORIALS GO HERE
    I have a couple of the huge resin skulls sold by Home Depot/Costco/Ross and now Lowes. I want to put them on top of stepladders to make giant reapers but haven't come up with a way to secure them to the ladder. The obvious way is to drill a couple of holes in each side and run wire through...
  8. Halloween Props
    All my wiper motor props currently work using repeating motion -- triggers goes off, wiper motor turns on, and the prop shakes or moves around in a constant repeating motion until the trigger turns it off. I use triggered lights to make the props startle people, they don't see them in the dark...
  9. Tutorials and Step-By-Step
    A little spotlight design I came up with that has a little twist compared to a lot of others I have seen. First off the materials! 12v pre wired 5mm LED's. (I got a 50 pack of different colors off of amazon for $8) 1/4th inch PEX tube (Sold next to the PVC pipe at home depot, $3 for a 5ft...
  10. Halloween Props
    I have posted some of the props i have made but haven't shown how i get it done. That's what this post is... I received a new mask in the mail yesterday so i thought id show the steps i take to build one, this took about an hour to do. I do not have measurements as I use the scientific method of...
  11. Tutorials and Step-By-Step
    This year, I'm making a bunch of 2" thick tombstones. In the past, with my thicker 3 1/2" or 4" thick stones, I used Terra's method of routing out grooves in the foam before gluing the pieces together. With 2" foam, though, that's not an option. I'm also not good at free-handing pretty much...
  12. Halloween Props
    As Dr. Satin from House of 1000 Corpses i need a prop like the drill he uses to drill peoples brains. It's not like a normal household powerdrill. It's a much louder, high pitched, screatching, creepy noise. This video has Dr. Satin in it using the exact drill im talking about. The scene STARTS...
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