Thank you. THe videos I got from AtmosFX over the years by adding to the collection. This is actually the seventh year we did this. It is just the first time we posted. The tombstones were purchased and some were made. The huts were made from privacy fence. The crate was made from pallets. The fence made from PVC. The gate made from strips of wood. Columns is styrofoam. Everything packs up into half of an 8X12 shed.
I love the glowing eyes creature peeking out from behind the curtain behind Drac in the coffin; is it homemade or storebought? Would love to see the mechansim. Overall this is an awesome use of tech to spook the neighbors, love it!
The singing ghost is known as the Boo Crew and yes they are on the later model of the 3DFX Form. We put water in the bottom, but we always try to put a fence behind them to give something to tie to or use stake and tie them to the ground. We use the ties not to prevent them from blowing over but to help force them into position.
In regards to the digger, yes the flickering is part of the image options.
Great idea on the photos. I’ll try to pull some together and post here.
We all do a lot of work to make Halloween magic happen inside and outdoors. It would be a shame if we get low turnouts this year because of COVID-19. Conventions all across the country are being cancelled due to COVID-19 fears. People are becoming afraid of large gatherings. For those of us...
I just came across this and thought it may be of some value. Disney launched a free online Imagineering course on the Khan academy website. Thought it may be something to get the creative ideas flowing for your next haunt.
Imagineering in a Box | Storytelling | Arts and humanities | Khan Academy
I thought anyone who needs some glow in the dark paint might benefit from this.
In the craft section at Wally World, I found a craft paint that Plaid makes called Glow Away. It comes in a 4 oz bottle and is sold year around! The best thing was it was under $5 bucks.