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  1. Showroom
    Hey all, Minus the motor I have on order to animate the prop, the prop is finished and I thought id post some pictures of it. Ill be posting a vlog of the finishing processes of the build this coming Monday. Ill also be posting a night time look at the prop here in a week or 2.. Until then heres...
  2. Prop How-To's
    Hi folks! Here's a mini tutorial I did for one of my favourite props of 2012. I'll include some pictures below. I call this guy Timmy. I used blue shop towels and Welbond paper mache on the arms, hands and legs. These were the exposed parts and I liked the texture for them. However for the...
  3. Showroom
    I made this ground breaker over the past few days. The spine is PVC the ribs are coat hanger covered in mache strips. The head is a foam skull from Target or Walgreens. Coat of drylock then Spar urethane. Stiltbeast method of corpsesing with plastic wrap. Final paints were done with an air...
  4. Showroom
    This was my first serious attempt at a paper mache mask. Eventually, I want to use it as the face for a full scarecrow, but as I am currently lacking in storage space for a large prop, that will have to wait. Used a plastic mask blank for the base, tissues for the top layer of mache to give...
  5. General Prop Discussion
    My minion is busy building his first styrofoam tombstones. He is very excited to put them in the cemetery. One of his tombstones' epitaphs describes the fate of a man who was buried alive. He wanted to have an arm reaching up from the grave in front of this tombstone. I slapped together a...
  6. General Prop Discussion
    I wanted to put a full corpse in the cemetery this year; but time was just not on my side. I will put together a corpse torso and have it "peeking" out from behind a tombstone. I followed the steps outlined on Christian Hanson's video "Make You Own Scratch Built Corpse" and made a ribcage this...
  7. Showroom
    My first prop! Walgreens "Wally" Skeleton with Allen's Corpsing technique.
  8. Showroom
    This poor guy was supposed to be buried a long time ago. Some one just wheeled him out here and left him to rot. Cardboard and duct tape with a layer of paper mache then dry lock for the bones structure. Huge thanks to Allen H for the corpsing how-to. I was not looking forward to doing this guy...
  9. Showroom
    Here's my centerpiece props for this years display. HER and IT.
  10. Halloween
    Last night I finished making a tutorial on "Corpse Hands" for the website http://instructables.com. I just found out that they made it one of their "featured" entries. How cool is that?! http://www.instructables.com/tag/type-id/category-living/channel-halloween/ And, yes, I will be making a...
  11. General Prop Discussion
    Here's a new 2010 props in progress. Picture of the rotten skull ala Build your own corpse from sratch... Thanks Sam
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