When you go through a haunted attraction, your heart is pumping, adrenaline is speeding through your veins, and all your senses are heightened! So why not take advantage of that fact and add a smell dimension to your attraction? Save some money, bring out the creativity and create your own scents to add to fog machines!
Allen’s YouTube video’s are always full of great tutorials and this is no different. In this video, Allen teaches you how to take that brand new Bucky skeleton from a bright white to what’s left of a aged corpse. Video Description A great technique to add detail to a store bought skeleton. This skeleton happens […]
Need that something little extra to scare the crap out of those waiting in your que lines? How about a nice little dead rat that you can pull out of your pocket to get that little extra jump from your guest! In this week’s video, Allen teaches us how to take some wire, a hot glue gun and some dryer lint to create some really creepy little rats that can be posed in a variety of positions.
While checking out the Prop discussion forum on HauntForum.com, I discover a very kick ass prop constructed by “IMU”. The prop was created with the idea of it becoming a photo display prop for visitors to get their photo taken next to it.
While searching the haunt community for new ideas and just checking out what’s new, I come across all kinds of really amazing props and scenes. Take a look at this incredible tombstone creation by home haunter “Terra”.
Do you have a circus or carnival themed haunt? Then your going to need a ticket booth to welcome all your victi… err… I mean guest! This tutorial will show you how to create a great looking booth in around 4 – 8 hours of work.
It’s time for another great video from Allen Hopps! This week’s video is Allen showing you how to create prop weapons for sets, actors, or costumes cheap easy and fast using a single piece of plastic. Just as if he was from some Highlander movie working like an ancient Japanese sword maker forging weapons from steel in a cave…. only he’s a dude in a garage somewhere in Texas working with plastic and foam, but the principal is the same.
I love haunted mansion inspired haunters. Often when they share their love for the original Disney Imagineers, their enthusiasm shows in their creations and this one is no exception. Interested in building your own creepy above ground tomb animatronic? Check out this tutorial.
Imagine you’re walking down a hallway full of hanging portraits and you get that creepy feeling that your been watched? As you walk by, every picture is watching you. In this tutorial by Herman Secret from HalloweenForum.com, he shows you how to create a custom portrait for your haunted attraction.
Here comes a great tutorial from the blog “Haunt The Yard” on how to create your own LED spotlights using 10mm LED’s, PVC pipe, and wire.