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  1. Prop How-To's
    Probably my most in-depth tutorial yet, for my most detailed and complicated prop... BERSTUK! See the how-to video below. (as requested by Deoblo) Sculpting, PVC construction, painting, set design, UV lighting: all covered in this tutorial. Please have a watch and subscribe!
  2. General Prop Discussion
    Hi folks! Here's a weird little prop I threw together for my walkthrough. Have a look at the video below for more details! Cheers!
  3. General Prop Discussion
    Hi guys! This isn't really a how-to because I followed a tutorial myself. Hope this is the right place to post this in any cae. So I recently bought the Bruce D. Mitchell mask tutorial from the Stan Winston School. http://goo.gl/MUCNI It was a great lesson, and I highly recommend it to people...
  4. 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!
  5. 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...
  6. Prop How-To's
    Hi folks! One more tutorial for you. This is Betty, made in homage to the work of Brian Demski. Video tutorial here: Written tutorial here: http://post.ly/764AT
  7. 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...
  8. Showroom
    This has just taken up residence on my bookshelf: Paper mache and acrylic paint, and inspiration from Stolloween's haunted busts. You can see more pictures here.
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