Silicone Skull Mold

If you’re interested in making your own skulls, and I’m talking seriously making a lot of your own skulls, then you’re going to need a pretty serious mold to cast them in. You can use the Cheap Easy Skulls method provided by Dr. Kreepy, but if you’re interested in some serious skulls you’re going to want to checkout the tutorial that The Devil’s Workshop posted. Creating your mold is a pretty elaborate process but this two part tutorial will walk you through the process from start to finish. http://youtu.be/QetqLES6MXA...

Making Glow In The Dark Teeth...

If you’ve taken the time to follow Dr. Kreepy’s tutorial on making Cheap Easy Skulls, you’ve no doubt ended up with a boatload of superb looking skulls.  The only thing that could possibly make those skulls look better is a little variety.  And what can help give a skull some variety better than some realistic looking teeth.  Well the Devil’s Workshop has a tutorial on how to make glow in the dark teeth that will really help.  It’s a reallysimple process involving  a mixture of translucent white and glow in the dark baking clay....

Cauldron Vampire Creep...

Since the launch of HauntersList the number one most often searched for item that has resulted in a hit to our site has been the Cauldron Creep tutorial by the Devil’s Workshop. I would surmise from this that just about everyone is planning on building one this year, and if that’s the case, you may want to take a look at this cool looking Cauldron Vampire Creep tutorial from Docmansound1.     It’s inspired by the original Cauldron Creep by the Devil’s Workshop, and while there’s not much difference between the two (other than some cool looking vampire teeth), the tutorial is a little more detailed on this one....

Devil’s Workshop ’68 Super Demon...

A little over a month ago it was announced that, in continuing with the Famous Monsters Yearbook Cover line of retro masks, the Devil’s Workshop had added the ’68 Super Demon masks.     These beauties are based on the two headed monster that graced the cover of the 1968 Famous Monsters of Filmland yearbook cover.  Made of heavy latex rubber (and that’s not an understatement,  the Devil’s Workshop masks are some of the thickest masks you’re going to find),  these two full head collector’s masks would be an incredible addition to any mask collection.  They come in either green, or gold at a $119.00 plus shipping pricetag.     All Devil’s Workshop masks are produced in limited quantities and will eventually sell out.  If you’ve got a mask collection, or just love the smell of a quality latex mask, do yourself a favor and check these...


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