Colors are warm white, cold white, red, green yellow, UV, orange and blue. $3. each plus shipping. These are the same LED's @ used in THE HAUNT in Michigan that got this "glowing" review from Scarefactor.com--"Lighting in the attractions was understated and effective, favoring smaller “pin...
So every year I grab more and more of those lighted pumpkins to the point where I have a good sized pumpkin patch that the kids really like.
Time to make it a little evil and scary by combining it with my graveyard stuff.
I wanted to add this from Home Depot but I didn't see it until...
Now that it's officially fall I know a lot of stores have their "summer" items including landscaping accessories on sale. Anyone come across a good buy on solar-powered spotlights? I'd love to pick up a few more for a good price.
For those of you that are using those LED spotlights that have multi color settings, I'm looking for some advice.
How many are you using?
Any advice how many and what wattage I'd need to light up a house and a rather large graveyard?
Funky little plywood gravestones I made and the LED mini mini spotlights I made today being tried out in the back yard.
I posted a previous thread about tombstone lighting ideas, but I was browsing spirits website and they have colored LED spotlights that stake in the ground for about $30. I was wondering if anyone has tried these? Would you recommend? How bright are they? Do they last in unpredictable weather?
So I am trying to create something like this to light up my big marquee circus sign. I have 2 led spotlights which cover a big area. What can I attach to the base of each spot so they will move left to right like this? I was thinking rotating sprinkler heads? Something easy for my electrically...
Doing a haunted hayride this year and haunt sites will have to be lit without electricity. Asking for any suggestions on where to get battery operated spotlights or lasers. I've researched and not finding much. Thanks!
I am selling my Maleficent Castle Facade prop built in Sep/Oct 2015 along with everything halloween I have left.
You get EVERYTHING Maleficent themed shown in the photos except my wife.
Columns break down into 3 sections no taller than 5'
Noticed most of my blue spotlights have peeled splotches allowing the white light to bleed through and wash out the blue color. Does anyone have a suggestion for a way to coat these spots that wont burn off?
Thank you, Todd
I'm looking to purchase at least 10 nano spotlights. Before I buy them full price from Fright Props, I was wondering if anyone had some for sale?
(I don't have enough posts to put a link in this message, but they can be found on the Fright Props lighting section for $7.99 a piece)
Just an FYI - I found out last night that Home Depot has their gemmy spotlights available. I had several green and red from Christmas last year, but was REALLY wanting some blue ones. Was excited to find them available online last night...
many of your will agree that lighting is a very important aspect of your show because after all, what good is all that hard work if no one can see it?
over the years, I've seen many styles of lighting used for Halloween --- with the recent advances in technology, LED spotlights...
I took photos while I was building my spotlights this year, so I made a little tutorial.
Things you will need:
1/2" PVC coupler. 1/2" non-threaded PVC plug. Wing nut and bolt (I used 1/4-20, you would probably be fine with smaller). LEDs of your choice. You will also need the resistors for...