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nOrTHeRn TouCh
11-08-2010, 10:11 PM
A while back there was someone or a company that posted some info 3D murals they create and sell for cheap prices...They met fire codes and could be set up on any kind of wall inculding inside of ScAir structures...any info would be great...

nOrTHeRn TouCh
11-10-2010, 03:23 PM
Are there any companies doing this kind of work? or any haunts wanting to get rid of some 3D murals??? looking for good prices or even someone who is good at this kind of work???

Allen H
11-10-2010, 05:17 PM
Northern,
Let me dig around a bit, I know when I was at the WEST COAST HAUNTERS CONVENTION last year there was a vendor who did those, and his price was really good. so let me find my info from that show and track down that vendor.
Allen H

Allen H
11-10-2010, 05:22 PM
Here
http://worldsbestbanners.com/
they are still sponsoring the show.

nOrTHeRn TouCh
11-10-2010, 06:57 PM
thankz again Allen

I should have been more clear in my post lol.....I am looking for more of the wall panals or wall set ups... We are going 3D in 2011 and I was looking for some used carnaval/clown themed 3d murals...I know I have read some guys do them on some sort of fabric and just plae it on there wall set ups.. I'm not sure I am just looking into this we will be doing much of our own work but would like a starting point...:confused:

The Asylum House
11-15-2010, 10:43 PM
we have a set of 20 8'x12' panels we purchased a few years ago. they are in sets of clowns, graveyard, bats, ghouls. they came on heavy vinyl and pass fire code. some are beginning to fade so we have been touching them up and they pop pretty good with the touch up. We have been contemplating selling them and investing in some 3D painting on our own. If your interested in some pics send me an email at theasylumhouse@yahoo.com

The Asylum House
11-15-2010, 10:46 PM
a bit more on the panels: we have installed them each year with nothing more than 3 x 1" screw and fender washer across the top. at the end of the season, they just fold up and get stored in a plastic tub. this sounds like what you were describing

Allen H
11-16-2010, 12:41 AM
Northern,
do you get Fright times magazine? If you dont, then you should. If you do the first page inside has an add for a company that makes 3-d murals by Stuartizm designs. I know he does great work.

damon carson
11-16-2010, 07:44 AM
Nothing againsts anyone else but Halloween Productions personally I think does the best 3D artwork. Go to halloweenproductions.com Or maybe contact Larry at darkrides@sbcglobal.net
Damon

spookhaven
11-16-2010, 11:36 AM
I actually purchased the 3D pieces at HHA's auction last year and I am pretty sure Stuartizm did them. He does an awesome job.

nOrTHeRn TouCh
11-16-2010, 06:21 PM
WoW thankz Guyz.. those are some great links....I am gong to do some of the work but I think Stuartizm designs could work for us>> I am sending him an email to see what his pricing is like... I like the work at halloweenproductions.com but there pricing is very high for us....

The Asylum House>>>> I will send you a email ASAP mine is donovanville@hotmail.com if you want to just send it to me I would love to see the pics and what kind of price you were looking???

ZombieRaider
11-18-2010, 01:48 AM
For 3D I really like these and they are vinyl

http://halloweenhauntedscenes.com/stuart-smith-panels.htm

Here are more from the same company

http://halloweenhauntedscenes.com/frightscenes.htm

gadget-evilusions
11-18-2010, 04:03 PM
My favorite 3-d work is done by Raven's Wolf. http://www.ravens-wolf.com/

nOrTHeRn TouCh
11-25-2010, 06:47 PM
WoW I like the 3-d work by Raven's Wolf. http://www.ravens-wolf.com/ I am trying to figure out what way to go??? We want to create some of our own as well but we are still waiting on what were going to paint them on. We might be getting a inflatable structure but that is only in the works... I was wondering what is the best material to use? that meets all fire codes and that is easy to work with...