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  1. Tutorials and Step-By-Step
    So several years ago my wife had the idea of having Fred Astair and Ginger Rogers in our display (both skeletons). Like most props I make it is my wifes idea that i make become reality. So here it is. Stared out with an octagonal frame that is 47.5" from point to point. Bottom layer...
  2. Halloween Crafts
    So my Christmas theme is NBC and i wanted rod iron on my house well since i do not have any i made my own version with the dollar tree yard bat stakes that you get 2 for 1.00 I then painted some boards black and then i layed a set out of the yard stakes to mark holes to be drilled that i...
  3. Tutorials and Step-By-Step
    OK here is the promised tutorial on the cheap talking skull build. I'm trying to create a talking skull, that will react to any audio file you run through it, for less than $30... The first step was to cut the skull in a way to get access to the inside in a way that viewers couldn't see the...
  4. Halloween Props
    Does any one have a good way of attaching an arm to a basic wiper motor like you would get on monster guts? I need a longer arm than the ones provided. I've tried attaching metal bars that I have drilled a hole in. Then I will use washers and a nut and hope to get enough compression to hold the...
  5. Halloween Props
    Hi Guys and Gals, Has any body used one of these? The price is right. The company claims it is their patented system. I just want to make sure its something more that 3" pvc drilled with holes before I committ to the buy. Of course it needs a chiller. Anybody have any experience with these?
  6. Halloween Props
    Sorry breathing melting plastic bag made me do it. :p Legs done, like the technique I used better for them. Will try it on the next set of arms! I just taped the arms on to show you. And used doodle to put a pretend face on. The faces will be carved and arms drilled into pumpkins. They are...
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