Maybe dig deeper holes for the stakes to increase the sturdiness. I use a 24 inch pin thay you can get near the rebar at home depot to pre dig the holes. I hammer the pin about 12 inches into the ground stopping every 4 inches to move the pin around and widen the hole so I can put the stake deep into the ground. Once I get the stake in I tamp the dirt around it to firm it up. They are in the ground pretty good.I had a similar idea for my garden theme this year inspired by the Battle of the Mounds in Conan the Barbarian, Vlad The Impaler, and generic undead/skeleton horde coming to life like Army of Darkness/Jason and the Argonauts, but then knocking up the first one realised it's extremely windy in my garden and the broader torsos with bits of armour tended to act like sails, knocking stuff over and would no doubt destroy the prop given a short period of time. So now i'm a bit stuck as to how I can keep everything sturdy and disrupt/break the wind a bit.
Not a stupid question. Here is a review of the lights I use that will answer your questions . They added a lot to my display this year.Sorry if this is a stupid question, but what are you using for the lighting and how are you changing the colour with just the 'touch of a button?'
Thanks mate, I'll give it a read nowNot a stupid question. Here is a review of the lights I use that will answer your questions . They added a lot to my display this year.