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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'm looking for ways to better articulate posable skeletons for my display. Mostly I'd like to articulate the neck to have more options in positioning the head and the same for the hips (lower spine). I'm thinking of grafting in a ball and socket joint at those positions but have not been able...
  3. Halloween Props
    I posted a grave digger I made a few months back. Well I broke it trying to fix it. http://www.halloweenforum.com/halloween-props/172010-grave-digger-zombie-spider-hill-props-body.html I thought it would be a good idea to replace his left leg with a 2x4. I had to do so much reinforcing on the...
  4. 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.
  5. Halloween Props
    After all sorts of time messing around over a couple years building zombies from pvc I came up with this relatively simple and cheap movable joint. The ideas come from a variety of sources that I hope can save many of you some time and give more flexibility to your pvc framed props. This...
  6. Halloween Props
    I am too cheap and I can build this kind of thing myself and save the cash too. I re-purposed the motor and did get the slide tees from spiderhills with some joint fittings. I just need to age the coveralls. It turned out pretty good...
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