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After careful consideration, Palerider and Myself, decided to enter the fun!
Heres the cost break down.
1. 4x8 sheet of white stryofoam $10.50
2.Half Bottle of gorilla glue 6.88 $ 3.44
3.Half Bottle of 2 ounce brown paint .50 cents on sale $ .25
4.Half Bottle of 2 ounce toffee paint .50 cents on sale $ .25
5.Half Bottle of 2 ounce Grey Paint .50 cents on sale $ .25
6.1 pint of slush latex Pro-rated from a five gallon bucket $1.25
7.Bag of 3 inch balls $3.00
8. 18 inch piece of trashed PVC FREE
9. Piece of old rope found on side of road FREE
10. Spending quality time with Palerider PRICELESS!!!!!
Total price $18.94

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Just so everyone knows, since Bodybagging donated to the prize pool, the entry that Palerider and BB created won't be in the voting. However, it was so totally awesome that I wanted to include showing it because it is an amazing display of what you can make on less than a $20 budget.
 

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I need to build a cannon this year and I may do it in foam for sure! I just need to make it shoot a fog ring now. :devil: Awesome job PaleRider and BBing.
 

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Very nice guys... nice piece of art work there.
would look good in any pirates yard
 

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.................. I'm speechless! Bags and Rider, you 2 did a vunderful--AWESOME job!!!!!!!!! WOW!!!!!! That cannon rocks! I sooo want one even though I don't have a pirate theme for my Haunt.... A how-to would be a great idea! How did you guys get that realistic look to it? Way to go guys! :D :>
 

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Glad that everyone appreciates the Prop, Ill be sure to pass on the good news to Palerider when I see him, for those questions about realism and texures, all I can say is its amazing what a little bit of Latex and rasp can do, Thats the BEST thing about whitestyrofoam, its shaves very easy!




Textures were created using a brush stroke to create woodgrain, and a stipple stroke to create worked iron.
 
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