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I about fell over seeing the Lawn Mower - what a freakin hoot.

If you like lawn mower scenes - rent Dead Alive...

Great Job - your skeleton gave me an idea for walking skeletons next year - it might just be the pose - but it looks like he's trying to get somewhere!

Thanks for the show.

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very nice work, your coffin looks great!
 

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Burn blucky burn, Halloween inferno!!
Great job and hereeeesss Johnnyyyy!
 

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VERY COOL!! I loved the lawnmower too...NICE coffin!!

Our weather just south of Buffalo was pretty good too...rained all day but at the special hour 5:00 it quit, a little muddy in my drive way.

GREAT JOB...

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Nice job. I liked the dude up against the wall. He kinda looked like a little devil. Good job iwth your haunt.
 

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I'd have to say my fave were the winged demons.
Any insite on how they were constructed?

Great display
 

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Nice work! Nice coffin. Like that grey demon looking guy up by the front door.
How tall is the scare crow type guy in the cemetary?
Thanx for sharing!
 

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I'd have to say my fave were the winged demons.
Any insite on how they were constructed?

Great display
Spectre, heres a brief idea on how I made the winged demons.
The body is a plain blucky knealing with his legs back. Mask was attached to head.
Wings, were made from those big black spider webs, the wire frame kind you see in Big Lots that are aprox, 3 foot in diameter.Fold web in half, and wire ends together, just bend to shape it the way you want. I then ran a small bead of great stuff along the edges and up the middle sections.(you use one web per wing, so you need two). Then fastened wings to blucky.
Hope you understand, any questions let me know.
 
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