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  1. General Prop Discussion
    So i've been a mad man corpsing stuff lately. I shared my corpsed funkin with you all and i couldn't stop so i ended up making a scarecrow. I'm going to try and make another one so they can be the "gaurdians" of my haunt facade lol. Took a walgreen's skelly torso/arms, my corpsed funkin...
  2. General Prop Discussion
    I decided to make a pumpkin patch ground breaker b/c my haunt has a lot of pumpkin themes. Plus you don't see groundbreakers like that, usually it's zombies or skeletons. But anyway i bought a regular michael's funkin and used hauntcast's method of corpsing but instead of cotten balls i used...
  3. Prop How-To's
    Hi guys. Here's part two of the skull-making tutorial from the other day. Is a new thread ok here for part 2? Or should I have added to the thread? Only one more part after this one... so I hope this doesn't seem spammy! And here's the tutorial: Cheers!
  4. Prop How-To's
    Hello folks! This i part one of my tutorial I'm doing on making the kind of skulls I leave all over the haunt. More parts as soon as they're done. (see YouTube link below) Here's an example of the final product here. Please subscribe to the YouTube channel to get the other installments... I...
  5. Showroom
    Last one for this series. I did this one a little different. The armature is the same process as the other two. The head was a foam cast I made and carved the mouth. The corpsing was dryer lint and latex paint. I have two dogs so their is quite a bit of a hair in the lint. Once the dry...
  6. General Prop Discussion
    How durable is the stiltbeast method of corpsing. Once the plastic cools is it hard or is it still like a drop cloth where I could rip it or push my finger thought it? thanks Dave
  7. AZ Make and Take
    Make and Take Sunday, Feb 19 at 11AM - Corpsing! http://azhaunters.ning.com/events/make-and-take-corpsing-a-skeleton Corpsing is a standard. Corpse a skull, a skeleton, a....tree? Yep! Anything you want to try Stiltbeast's plastic drop cloth corpsing method on, come on by! Just curious? Come...
  8. Prop How-To's
    Corpsing a Funkin Foam pumpkin.
  9. Finishing Touches
    My ghost has been corpsed and is ready to be undercoated black and then paint. Cool. Basically a wall-breaker. It's a ghost thing.
  10. Showroom
    I finished 2 of four. Before: quiet unsuspecting Funkins. After being attacked by a Zombie Pumpkin. [/U] I just followed Denhaunt's instructions from episode 24.
  11. Showroom
    Here's a pic of a skull I did last semester in my props class. http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_oibmCuORxC8/TAweV-x67MI/AAAAAAAAAEg/D_GuE6wBMlc/s1600/017.JPG The whole page of more pics can be accessed at http://bascombemania.blogspot.com/2010/06/gallery-of-oddball-props.html
  12. Showroom
    These are a bunch of skulls I have done over the last few years using a modified "SkullandBone" approach.
  13. Prop How-To's
    Just finished corpsing my Bucky using panty hose, rubber latex and stain.
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