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  1. General Halloween
    This was my dining room as of 8:05am on Thursday, November 28, 2019 (Thanksgiving Day). Please tell me that I’m not the only one who still has a bunch of uncompleted Halloween props crammed in their dining room? If so I need to join a support group like Giving Halloween Offenders Support Therapy...
  2. Tutorials and Step-By-Step
    Note: This is a repost of an old tutorial whose links to pictures were broken with the software update at HF. Not quite Halloween prop related but thought this would help in easing your prop building tasks. This tutorial shows how to make easy and cheap workshop tables that can be converted to...
  3. General Halloween
    Hi everyone, here's what I have in mind. My garage is too small for a "garage haunt", and besides, it also serves as my workshop (never parked a car in there ever since we moved into the place). I do have a huge driveway, though (over 5 meter wide, 20 meter long), big enough for an 8x4 meter...
  4. General Halloween
    I have been obsessed with planet Coaster for almost a year now. I originally got it because I was sad I had to take Halloween down and it sure did the trick a treat! It's a theme park simulation game and a large part of the community just builds stuff like scenery or ride skins in sandbox mode...
  5. Tutorials and Step-By-Step
    When I built our new witch hut I cut pieces of the side panels from our old one to create "pelts" that look like dried or tanned skins with human body parts embedded in them. I've had many questions and requests for tutorials on them, but since they were salvaged from an older work I don't...
  6. Halloween Props
    I've always hand painted my more detailed pieces & props but I've decided to switch to airbrushing. I think it will be a better fit for me. I design & build static art & props. Most are displayed outdoors at some point so I have to make sure they are fairly sturdy without sacrificing any detail...
  7. Announcements / Press Releases
    Drew Badger (Big Scary Show) and Tony Cooke (Haunted Pyramids) present Boo Camp 101 - an interactive haunted house actor training workshop guaranteed to make your actors scarier. Learn the basics of working at a haunted attraction, haunted trail, or other attraction. Boo Camp 101 covers the...
  8. Announcements / Press Releases
    Attention: West Coast haunt owners: I will be in California from July 28 - August 7 and looking to hold an actor workshop at YOUR haunt during the week of Aug 2-5. To make it interesting, I am offering a VERY special price on my Boo Camp 101 workshop. Drop me a line for more information...
  9. Member Introduction
    As per norm it is general custom on boards to introduce yourself to the masses, and thus as I am new, I must do the same. So without too much hesitation, Hello. My name is Travis, but everyone called me either Ogunshi or Forge. I live in Pittsburgh, PA Old enough to know better but young...
  10. General Halloween
    In trying to provide a link to Stolloween's website for a member, I discovered that Stolloween has been conducting a papier mache workshop. How cool. Looks like April's have sold out and he says they're closing in May (? Permanently..?) but thought I'd post the link to the workshop page for...
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