If you’ve ever had a cemetery in your haunt or yard you already know the pain of having to purchase tombstones for it. The pain revolves around having to pay for a foam product that you could easily produce yourself. Moreover, yours will certainly look better because you can put as much detail as you desire into it, and personalize it to your hearts content. Personally, I can’t stand working with styrofoam, but for those that don’t have a problem with it, you’re going to want to take a look at Keeba’s Tombstones.
Not only is Keeba’s tutorial nicely laid out from the start of the project to completion, but offers some really good examples of detailing techniques like dry and wet warping that you just don’t find in most tombstone tutorials. After undergoing some simple painting and aging, the finished products look fantastic. These will take a while to make, and you’re going to have to factor your time into these when deciding whether or not it’s worth your while, but you certainly don’t find tombstones this nice for sale.