Witch-Finder of Lilburn
Anyone here ever use a Spidora in your haunt (with live actress)? How did it go? Any cautions or comments?
I had to google it.Anyone here ever use a Spidora in your haunt (with live actress)? How did it go? Any cautions or comments?
I thought you were talking about the actresses legs, I got really mad thinking I was stupid for not being able to see them, then I realized I was just stupid for not realizing what you were talking about...Man do I have to study that pic before I see the legs.
Research how the half man props are created, it would be similar. Here's my guess -I'd already be working on one, but the plans I've seen cost $25+ and I'm too much a noob to get it from just looking at it. Love love love the concept though. Man, the story I'd spin on this one. It kept me awake the other night.
Nope...not sure. That's why I called it a guess. But I don't think you'd see the reflection from the face or the web if you handle it correctly. The web should be thin. The face, surrounded with a black velvet, fake fur, or something similar that doesn't reflect light well.You sure about all that DarkLore? Seems to me that you'd get a reflection of the spider and actress's head in the mirror at that angle...
This is exactly correct. The web is perpendicular to the mirror.I believe you have that mirror bass-ackwards, DL... the web is obviously not lying on the mirror, as there is hair and ends of web-string hanging down below the web. And there would be a reflection of the web and the girl. Look at the slat patterns in the reflection... just to the left of the base of the "S". The mirror reflects the floor and makes it look like the back wall, the same way you'd do the mirror in the "head on a table" gag. The mirror is laminated onto the plywood she's leaning forward on and the leading edge of the mirror is concealed by a horizontal line of web.... look at the webbing just above the horizontal spoke and notice that the plane of the web angles back a little differently at that line. The the box is built with parquet sides so that the angle edge of the mirror blends with the slat-lines and makes the reflected slats look contiguous with the real ones above.