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  1. Showroom
    Here is the finished Grieving Widow prop that I have been working on for the last 6 months. I am also including the first tutorial video on this prop. 1 of 13 videos that are available on You Tube under the channel name Widowmakerproduction.
  2. Prop How-To's
    NOTE: All build pics can be seen here: http://www.hauntforum.com/album.php?albumid=1085 The Idea is Born: The majority of my build season for 2011 was taken up building blue/uv LED spot lights with PWM control, reworking my FCG and my reverse vortex chiller. All these improvements were...
  3. General Prop Discussion
    My first official prop for 2010 is going to be a new monster mud project. I found this image online searching for ideas and really like it! It's going to be a life sized prop (5 - 5 1/2 foot skeleton / 7 - 8 foot high x 4 foot wide wall), the plan is to set it up so people can stand next to...
  4. General Prop Discussion
    Glowing red eyes and he breathes fire. Well, okay, fog.But still. This monster mud prop is mounted on top of our front porch where he oversees the rest of our haunt. He needs a little more painting to bring out the highlights. We try to keep the details big and viewable vs. small and practically...
  5. Showroom
    Here it is, my Grim Reaper. He's a tad over 6 Feet tall with his Scythe at about 7 Feet. Now I can say I made a MM prop! :D
  6. General Prop Discussion
    OK ... a few months back, I was silly (more like stupid) enough to agree to make a reaper for somebody. I have read and saw numerous posts about how wonderful MM was to use. After spending 2 days on this project, I'm beginning to think that I should stick with paper mache. I built the frame...
  7. Showroom
    Here is another food container I have been working on and finally finished. coffe can, foam tube,paper,monster mud, white enamel and stain. I used an onion bag for imprinting, hot glue for teeth and 1 flicker light took apart had 2 bulbs in it, separated those 1 for each eye using battery (one...
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