Just a down & dirty test of a following face effect for our 2013 Halloween cemetery...
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I made this prop with a mask I bought at Dollar Tree. I showed it to several people, they thought it was a cool effect. Thanks for sharing.
This is great! I'm sure it will creep out a few visitors. Thanks for sharing.
Love it. Having just been to the Haunted Mansion, this prop is fresh in my memory. Thanks for posting and thanks for the info. I'm going to give this a try.
Great job and nice effect!
I bought a bunch of those jello molds last year and have yet to use them for anything, now I have a good use for them. I have done the same thing with transluscent bowls for a moving eye effect but never thought to try it with the skulls. Seems very simple and straight forward. Thanks for the
AWESOME! Well done! very professional!
That is so cool!
The plastic is white, and the mold is pretty close to life size. Think small-adult sized skull. From the audience perspective it looks fully life sized. I have no idea where you might find them online, but I'm hopeful that they will return to Michael's craft stores as Halloween approaches.
I was curious about the mold. Was it clear plastic or was it white plastic? Trying to locate one online that same style and size. Most of the clear ones I am seeing are not full size and don't look as good as the one you have.
Yes, I was thinking along vacuum forming lines myself. Last season Target had some really nice skulls for a reasonable price which could be bandsawed in half and used as forms. Thanks for the reply. Could also use the vacuum form table to make various positive shapes as well...
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