I've seen several ways to make funhouse mirrors and am wondering if anyone knows of a way to make mirrors with superior results. By "superior" I mean without ripples and with a nearly true mirror quality reflection. Thanks.
In previous posts, I've often mentioned using Light-O-Rama hardware and software for Halloween displays. The following video isn't so much a tutorial as an introduction that may tempt some of you to add computerized control to your attractions. I've used only the company's most basic equipment...
I was online and saw an ad for a show called Haunt X next month. It's at the Fairplex in Pomona, which is in outside of L.A. They bill themselves as "HauntX is a haunter’s retreat and trade show for Halloween lovers, yard haunter’s, home haunter’s, and pro haunter’s."
Does anyone know anything...
Not sure if it was here or on the old interweb but I once came across a website that simulated motion. You could change stuff around like pulleys and bars and it would show the results. Any ideas? Thanks
This year I added bulk to my cemetery display by placing 3 "mausoleums" in the background. They were made by repainting Little Tikes kids' playhouses.
My only expense for this project was the spray paint, and the bleach. I was able to put out an ISO call on our local FB swap groups and got 3...
Here's my pirate haunt so far. Need to add the audio to my talking skeletons and parrot and to my drinking pirate out in the yard, but overall I'm happy with the results. The blue LED lights always look really harsh in the video, but I think I need to make some adjustments on them regardless. My...
Has anyone tried UV dyes in water fountains to make the water glow? If so, is it worth while? If not UV dyes, what other items get the best bloody results?
My asylum doctor is going to have a sink nearby that will be pumping water. (might have gone over board with the 1/2HP pump - it was...
Ok, guys. I'm looking for some advice and suggestions
Who here has used REAL candles for outdoor decor?
Are there some kinds that are better than others?
Tricks to keeping things lit?
I've used real candles in both pumpkins and glass jars, and a couple of the '7 day candles' from...
I posted previously with a crow prop I had made, and I said I was going to try making them with different head poses, wings etc. A couple of you asked if I would post pics when I had done it so here are the results so far....only about another seven to go....:)
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I want to do something to protect our latex props and I am thinking of sealing them with silicone. I heard this will give them a glossy look, but is there a way around that? Has anyone done this in the past and what were the results??
I should be receiving my kit tomorrow per fed ex tracking, and dying to see some results as to,whether it will be acceptable enough, especially for the Santa scene which is more colorful than the Halloween scenes.
I bought my chiffon from Joanne's and anxiously waiting to try it out.
I was looking into ordering a 3 axis skull kit from Triaxal Skull Labs, but their store is closed. Are there any other 3 axis skull kits out there? All the results I've been able to find on here/google have been dead links.
Has anyone used Rit Whitner on anything other than cheese cloth to achieve the glowing effect with black lights?
I'm sure this works, but I was just wondering if anyone has tried it and were you happy with the results?
Thanks in advance!!!