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  1. Prop How-To's
    Hello Haunters! I made a new You-Tube tutorial to make this: All from PVC and sheet styrene. Enjoy!
  2. Prop How-To's
    Hi everyone. Here's my biggest static prop of 2012. He was made with a PVC skeleton and paper mache. The head is an original sculpt using styrofoam and Apoxie. He was painted to look good in blacklight, which is how these photographs were taken. His name is Berstuk (originally named 'Alex' by...
  3. Prop How-To's
    Quick and easy movable PVC joints for your ground breakers or the like. Warning: PVC gives off toxic fumes when heated, do this outside or in well ventilated area, use a mask if necessary. Also its hot so don't burn yourself. TOOLS: Heat gun, clamp, sander or grinder, drill. 1. Heat the...
  4. Showroom
    Here's my take on the cauldron creep. I've been meaning to post this since last Halloween but, it's just been a hectic couple of months. Halloween :: CauldronCreep.mp4 video by smoreno3 - Photobucket
  5. General Prop Discussion
    Spent a few quality hours out in the garage melting some PVC and killing some brain cells. More to come...
  6. Showroom
    PVC Candles my son and I made at the Colorado Haunters Make N Take
  7. Off Topic Lounge
    Yup, I Garden... I thought someone started a thread about all the seasons of are year-round gardens that lead us to the Fall harvest...& other seasons harvest...If not Yay! If so, I'm stupid... Whats new?!.. Boot to the Head? OW! Post Here then, I'll do it... Pics please & Info & help!
  8. Light and Sound
    Hi - I've gotten very quick at assembling these PVC mannequins. I use them as static props, and to hold costumes from previous years. They are quick to make, do not need to be glued and can completely disassemble. ALL the props I make need to be easily storable, that's one of my themes and it...
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