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  1. Mechanical: Human Rotisserie

    Halloween Props
    So, I have my hot coals, and I have my skeleton, and I want to build a human sized rotisserie. I have seen a couple of them on here before, but I can't find them. Are there any good DIYs for a skeleton-sized rotisserie? The basic model in my head is scrap wood and PVC pipe (seems like it...
  2. rotisserie motors for sale

    For Sale/Trade By Individuals
    I have about 30 rotisserie motors like this I'm trying to sell to help out our Dinosaur Park, all are brand new in the boxes . I'm thinking 10.00 each plus ship? message me here or at [email protected] www.backyardterrors.com
  3. Mechanical: Rotten Rotisserie DONE!!! Video Inside!!!

    Halloween Props
    Themed 4 part prop 2016 Wiper Motor Prop
  4. Mechanical: Disco Ball Motor....anyone used one for props before?

    Halloween Props
    Heya Bat's and Ghoulies, I gotta make 2 things spin around constantly this Halloween and a bud suggested a disco ball motor. Has anyone ever used one of these before for a prop? I wanted to use it for a cannibal BBQ rotisserie thingy (rotisserie motors are kinda expensive). Lemme know what you...
  5. Mechanical: Rotisserie motor question

    Halloween Props
    Do all rotisserie motor self reverse if put under a load? I am wanting to do a couple props with these but want to be sure they will reverse when I stop them with a chain like in this video... https://youtu.be/KxruynvVCJY
  6. Electronic/Software: Rotisserie Motors

    Halloween Props
    Alright. I purchased a rotisserie motor in the hopes of copying the skeleton that BigAnt has on top of his column at Eerie Acres. Most rotisserie motors are supposed to reverse when they meet resistance, right? The salesman said this one reversed. My daughter destroyed the box so now I...
  7. Mechanical: Leer Skeleton

    Halloween Props
    This is my leer skeleton I made with a rotisserie motor.
  8. Simple and Cheap, but hopefully interesting

    Tutorials and Step-By-Step
    In 2010 we added a dungeon cellar window using some of the ideas seen here in this section. The frame is 3/4 inch plywood and the "stones" are 1/2 inch foam glued to the plywood, textured with a blow torch, covered with monster mud, and painted with 5 different colors of gray. The skull in the...
  9. Glowing coals effect

    Tutorials and Step-By-Step
    Cheap, easy, but mine you cannot replace the bulbs. But the price is so cheap who cares. Built on the same foam idea as others but without the whiffle balls, ping-pong balls etc. Pictorial begins now. Soda bottle tops & bottoms. Place bottle caps & bottoms on orange lights Add spray...
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