I have seen the various threads about water/weatherproofing props but still could use some help. Last year I made a few props that didn't last even a week in the rainy conditions of the general Seattle area. I was wondering if anyone had any tips for me or maybe pointed to what I did...
Hope all is well.
I'm in the process of starting my on niche Halloween store (Brick and Mortar)
so decided to join this forum.
Looking to learn and mingle with fellow creepy crawlers :)
I'm trying to avoid the high cost of buying a large container of liquid latex and wondered if anyone's ever tried using liquid latex mortar additive for their props in place of traditional liquid latex?
It's been the summer where nothing went right, and we're just NOW starting our Halloween build :eek:
Since time is short, we're dyeing canvas drop cloths from Harbor Freight with black Rit dye, which gives a brownish-gray color of varying intensity- almost a tie-dye effect. Then we sponge on...