Grim: Step by step
I have had a lot of questions about my "Grim" prop that I built for 2008. I plan to put a full blown tutorial on my website sometime, but for now here is a brief step-by-step tutorial with some never before seen pictures. I stated with a basic wooden frame, made from 1X2's and 1X3's. I actually stood in the position I wanted "Grim" to be standing in so that I could get the angles of the arms and legs right. I wanted the legs and arms really long and the torso a little smaller. I came up with…
Haunt Yard 2014. Lunatic Asylum "Manicomio"
Hi you guys! Here's my little Haunt Yard this year. I have a little yard and I try not to put too extreme, gore and impact things in my decorations cause...
33 Insanely Smart Eerie Haunted House Ideas for Halloween | Homesthetics - Inspiring ideas for your home.
If you're looking for something extraordinarily spooky for your next celebration, the best smart eerie haunted house ideas are here!
Creative Halloween display lets Lumberton residents keep up with the Bones
When Amy B. Moses bought plastic skeletons last year to decorate her Lumberton yard for...
Milk Jug Skulls
Milk Jug Skulls: These skulls are made with the gallon size milk, water or ice tea jugs! The plastic jug is melted and shaped over a master skull.
Scary Halloween Makeup Tutorials – Easyday
Share this on WhatsAppHalloween is fast approaching and as we all know, the holiday favors monsters over mortals, hellhounds over humans, and carcasses over common [...]
Cheap and easy Skeleton hands
I have seen a few post on skeleton hands so I thought I'd post how I create my undead paws. This is my first tutorial so if I missed steps or you have