I'm not much help, but honestly it looks great just the way it is.
Ya better, cause that's a bad *** coffin.I kinda figured that, so i'll give it a whirl. post pics when i'm done , thx
The controller is no problem, lots of choices there. Building your mechanisms is the challenge.now I've gotta build the new guy for the inside , he's gonna sit up, slowly, and turn his head and look at you, just have to find a controller to let me do that, lol
There's a lot of controllers that will work for this that you don't need any computer skills to set up, I call them Key Bangers. Programming is done via buttons on the controller. I don't personally use them as I like the much greater capabilities of true programmable controllers. Once you use them and begin to learn writing code they are very addictive and well worth the effort to learn. I use EFX-TEK controllers for most of my props, the PROP-1 controller is a staple for most props. EFX-TEK has one of the best user forums for their products and there is always someone there to help out and even write a program for you. Give it shot, I don't know anyone who has been sorry they did.the mechanics end of a build is not a problem for me really , anything to do with a computer is ,lol