Boneyard BBQ

Well if you’ve gone to the trouble of following the charred corpse tutorial, you may as well go the extra mile and check out the Haunt 101 tutorial to create a Boneyard BBQ for it.  This barbaric looking prop is the perfect exclamation point for a prop that’s pretty in your face as it is.  Put a cauldron creep next to it and you’re well on your way to an incredibly creepy scene.  This one is getting filed as a static prop, but it wouldn’t take much to put a motor on this baby and take it up a notch, now would it?     Items needed to create this include: Rubber skeleton Metal shower curtain rod (6) lengths of pressure treated 1”X1” deck spindles 2 1/2” U-brackets (1) 10” length 9/16” all-thread rod, nuts and...

Charred Corpse

Ok, so maybe you’ve tried corpsing a bucky skeleton, but now you want to try something different, perhaps something a little grimmer.  Well here’s a tutorial that may give you what you’re looking for…   That is, if you’re looking for a Charred Corpse tutorial.  That’s right, if you want the end result without the flames, check out Don P’s tutorial over at I Make Projects.  It may not look like much when you start, but as it progresses it really starts to take a gruesome turn.       Items needed to create this include: A skeleton A can of expanding foam insulation (“Great Stuff” is one of the many brand names.) A tin of liquid latex (I couldn’t find the good paint-on stuff all the prop houses seem to use, so I just used Contact Cement.) Flat black spray paint Glossy bright red spray paint Small amount of acrylic black paint (it’s water based and will clean up with water and soap as long as it’s wet.)  Small amount of acrylic brown paint Small amount of clear gloss finish Some old paintbrushes, rubber gloves, and a well-ventiliated area       By the time you’re finished, this thing is just as good, if not better looking than a “standard” corpsed Bucky, and you certainly don’t see these nearly as often!  ...

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