We're building a full sized witches cottage in the middle of the woods for my next film and for the roof we'll be covering the plywood with fake moss. I know you can get some of this fake moss at like Michaels or Amazon but I'm looking to buy it in bulk. Does anybody here have...
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...
Here's a quick and literally 'dirty' way to make some spider eggs sacs. If you want to see them in action, please check out my video showing the spider room:
Fake spider webs
Fake spiders (or real ones)
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...
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...
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...
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...
I saw this moss and thought I'd share it to help fellow Propaholics. I was hoping that we could use it as a reference for real ground moss (color, texture, etc.) that we could mimic on our "mossy" tombstones.
I am thinking out loud here...I just added a couple of new pics...scary tree moss. Here in central FL its EVERYWHERE. It's all over my trees. I use it in my yard (for putting on cemetery scene fencing & tombstones) and inside (costume, curtains, etc.)...anything looks WAY better...