The Demon Imp. Our first, and only full figured prop for this year. He stands just 3' tall, and is comprised primarily of papier mache. The head was made from a fish tank skull. The wings are made of cheesecloth and wire for hanging drop ceilings. The Horns are mache covered foam with mache clay...
This is the second of my 3 life-size projects for The Darkness haunted attraction's Monster Museum in St. Louis, MO: The Lord of Darkness as inspired by the 1985 film "Legend".
More on this project can be found on blog.grimstonestudios.com
Without further ado, here he is, and now I can relax and just paint stuff.
A few stills:
2012 Edit: I recently put together a video summarizing the creation process:
Here is a sneak preview of a new prop Spooky1 and I have been working on which I have dubbed a tombstone flapper. The basic mechanism is the same as that used for a peeper, but rigged to move wings.
The mechanism in action - click on photo or link:
Flapping Mechanism 2 by
A close up of the...
I was discharged from the hospital Tue., and when I got home there was a box waiting for me from Roxy and Spooky1. I loved their Jack Skellington tombstone, and hinted how much it was like my real last name. They are such sweethearts they made a tombstone for me. So my welcome home from the...
As some of you know I am making a large demon (courtesy of cassie7) to go along with my small one and the babys
I was playing around with my wings and saw something that would work perfect I thought.
Rhubarb leaves ..yup thats what I said alright.
I dumped a bunch in my fire pit last week and...
Special Thanks To CASSIE7
I made this by (kinda) going with her tutorial
was going to do a little highlighting but it will show up under lights with out it.
made with poly fill and floor adhesive
hot glue for nails with glass paint
painted body by mixing floor adhesive and latex paint...