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Tattoo
11-08-2007, 02:33 PM
Here are some photos from our 2007 season. We had a record setting season and are looking forward to expanding our show next year! We will be selling our second event “TORMENT, Face the Fear Within!” to make room for a brand new Attraction next year!

“Autopsy”
http://www.terroronthefox.com/07_pics/images/Autopsy_email.jpg

“Camp Ash” this is our VIP Only area.
http://www.terroronthefox.com/07_pics/images/CampAsh_email.jpg

“Dismemberment” Designed and built by first year Bad Boy Colt Zahn
http://www.terroronthefox.com/07_pics/images/Dismemberment_email.jpg

“Ed’s Kitchen”
http://www.terroronthefox.com/07_pics/images/EdKitchen_Email.jpg

Tattoo
11-08-2007, 02:33 PM
“Ed’s Living Room”
http://www.terroronthefox.com/07_pics/images/EdShack_email.jpg

“The Waiting Room”
http://www.terroronthefox.com/07_pics/images/Entrance_email.jpg

“Mausoleum 1”
http://www.terroronthefox.com/07_pics/images/Graveyard_email.jpg

“Crematorium”
http://www.terroronthefox.com/07_pics/images/Incinerater_email.jpg

Tattoo
11-08-2007, 02:34 PM
“Swamp Maze” with white work lights on.
http://www.terroronthefox.com/07_pics/images/MirrorMaze_email.jpg

“Observation Room”
http://www.terroronthefox.com/07_pics/images/Observation_email.jpg

“Padded Cell Exit”
http://www.terroronthefox.com/07_pics/images/PaddedCell02_email.jpg\

“Styrofoam Pillars”
http://www.terroronthefox.com/07_pics/images/Pillar_email.jpg

Tattoo
11-08-2007, 02:35 PM
“Torture Chamber 2007”
http://www.terroronthefox.com/07_pics/images/Torture01_email.jpg

“Torture Chamber 2007” BLOOD POOL
http://www.terroronthefox.com/07_pics/images/Torture02_email.jpg

“BODYBAGGING STILT COSTUME in MAIN TOWER!” HUGE!!!!
http://www.terroronthefox.com/07_pics/images/Tower_email.jpg

“Hood Ornament”
http://www.terroronthefox.com/07_pics/images/Train_email.jpg

Tattoo
11-08-2007, 02:35 PM
“Treatment”
http://www.terroronthefox.com/07_pics/images/Treatment_email.jpg

These are some of our new scenes for 2007, I will try to post pics of more soon!

bodybagging
11-08-2007, 02:41 PM
GREAT PICS Tattoo, Im soooo Bummed i didnt make it out there!!!!!!

Frighteners Entertainment
11-08-2007, 02:55 PM
Fantastic photos!!

MMManiac
11-08-2007, 02:57 PM
The house looked great this year. Also their "Torment" haunt was very cool as well. It would make a great addition to anyone's haunt.
If you have the room you really should consider buying this from the bad boys.

sean

ClusterOne
11-08-2007, 03:03 PM
There are no words to describe how amazing that is....just unbelievable...

thanks for sharing, I'm gonna go sit in the corner in the fetal position and rock my self to sleep now...

-Joel-

drfrightner
11-08-2007, 03:18 PM
Nice job! What is Mystic Image or whatever... is that the system that is distorting the pictures??? Larry

Tattoo
11-08-2007, 03:22 PM
Mystique Imagery is the company name of our photographer Kristie, she is a professional photographer and has been one of our make-up artists for 12 years. She is also married to one of the Bad Boys.

Thanks for the nice comments from everyone, have a great night!

Tattoo

screamshow
11-08-2007, 04:06 PM
Amazing as always.

Hollow 3D
11-08-2007, 05:23 PM
Amazing art direction and set design. My hats off to all involved.

David Love
Hollow 3D Productions
http://www.hollow3d.com
hollow3d@pacbell.net

HauntedWebby
11-08-2007, 06:24 PM
Damn Tattoo I need you in my neck of the woods!!!

FAB ... U ... LUS!!!! :D

dr0zombie
11-08-2007, 06:37 PM
Amazing work! Just amazing...... :)

spookologist
11-08-2007, 06:41 PM
Great job as always!!!!!

Wayne
www.trailofterror.com

Vengence
11-08-2007, 06:43 PM
Was absoutly amazing to see, the pics look great and the experience was even better. A real experience and educational course the fundamentals of haunting.

maverick005
11-09-2007, 12:18 PM
Terror fox rocked...believe me as awesome looking as those pics are they dont do the rooms justice...it was a fantastic time when i was up there and cant wait to see what those guys do next year...

todd
screamline studios

Tattoo
11-10-2007, 10:06 AM
Here are a few more………..

“Padded Cell” Exit Area
http://www.terroronthefox.com/07_pics/images/PaddedCell02_email.jpg

“Torture”
http://www.terroronthefox.com/07_pics/images/Torture03_email.jpg

“Tower Track Spots”
http://www.terroronthefox.com/07_pics/images/Rock-n-Roll_email.jpg


Thanks for all the nice compliments.

Happy Holidays to everyone!

Take care,

Tattoo

Brandon_K
11-10-2007, 11:10 AM
Larry,

The "distorting" photos is due to a fisheye lense. Fisheye's allow you to capture extreme wide angles, some all the way up to 180 degrees field of vision. It can make for very cool shots.

The photo's are amazing. Very well shot and the scenes are unbelieveable. The level of detail is outstanding! The lighting is some of the best that I've ever seen!

FutureHauntings83
11-11-2007, 08:52 PM
once again bad boys show how it's really done! awsome work guys. only wish the bus tour happened again this year.

steve oakley

Motograter
11-11-2007, 09:11 PM
Wow that was cool. Great job!

TrueDungeon
11-11-2007, 09:41 PM
PLEASE tell us more about the swamp maze! That looks awesome. How did they do the floor? What was the experience like?

I went on the Frozen Tundra tour last year and saw the '06 version -- and now I am kicking myself HARD for not travelling the 450 miles to see it again. You guys should make a video so you can share your hard work with the world!

Thanks for being a great inspiration!

Nightgore
11-12-2007, 12:46 AM
Love the swamp maze... Did you use mirrors and "half trees" for the effect? If so, AWESOME!!! -Tyler

Jonathan
11-12-2007, 11:03 AM
Always great work out of the bad boys!!!! Seeing it up close is always a yearly treat and I am glad we did the Frozen Tundra Fright Tour 2 with many of us coming up to party at the Fox this season.

Old Tree Studios
11-12-2007, 11:17 AM
Incredilble work there. Really really nice. Talk about raising the bar!

Jolly Pumpkin
11-12-2007, 02:08 PM
Wow, those pictures are pretty impressive. The attention to detail and the dynamic lighting is amazing. I'm going to have to check out Terror On The Fox one of these days.

Tattoo
11-20-2007, 06:40 AM
Our Mirror Maze is actually a "transplant" from Rocky Point. We attended Cydney's auction and her Forest Maze was the one thing I wanted and we were lucky enough to end up with it!

After a lot of hard work shipping it to Green Bay we set it up, instead of using the glass mirrors we swapped them with Plexi-Mirror and it worked out great. The trees are half trees that reflect the image to create a full tree. (These trees look so real that we have caught a woodpecker making holes in one of the trees we kept outside, I will post video of it soon; it's pretty funny)

It's hard to see the floor but it's painted to look like dirt and gravel, the grass clumps are fake grass from Rocky Points Queue line and worked wonders for confusing people as they walked through the maze.

We wanted more of a creepy feel so we replaced the normal leaves with "weeping" willow branches from Oak Island, we then lit the entire maze from far above with blue and green mini-spots; the effect was amazing! Our customers fell in love with it immediately and became a favorite filming spot for news stations and shows that visited.

Take care,

bhays
11-20-2007, 08:39 AM
Our Mirror Maze is actually a "transplant" from Rocky Point. We attended Cydney's auction and her Forest Maze was the one thing I wanted and we were lucky enough to end up with it!

After a lot of hard work shipping it to Green Bay we set it up, instead of using the glass mirrors we swapped them with Plexi-Mirror and it worked out great. The trees are half trees that reflect the image to create a full tree. (These trees look so real that we have caught a woodpecker making holes in one of the trees we kept outside, I will post video of it soon; it's pretty funny)

It's hard to see the floor but it's painted to look like dirt and gravel, the grass clumps are fake grass from Rocky Points Queue line and worked wonders for confusing people as they walked through the maze.

We wanted more of a creepy feel so we replaced the normal leaves with "weeping" willow branches from Oak Island, we then lit the entire maze from far above with blue and green mini-spots; the effect was amazing! Our customers fell in love with it immediately and became a favorite filming spot for news stations and shows that visited.

Take care,


So, are the mirrors at a 45 degree angle to one another, or how exactly are the walls laid out. How big is the maze? (how many total mirrors) Sorry so many questions, thinking about doing one of these ourselves and never having seen it in person at Rocky Point or your place, I am having trouble getting the big picture.

Tattoo
11-24-2007, 09:26 AM
Hi Brett,

Our maze has 12 mirrors, they are 5 feet wide and 7 feet tall (you need this size to pull off the effect) The maze we have is small and takes up an 18' x 20' area.

I will look into the exact angles for you but it does set up on a grid creating perfect triangles.

When we bought the maze there were no blueprints for it and actually found the plans on-line from a High School.

I'll shoot you a p.m. or e-mail with the blueprints we used.

Take care,

bhays
11-24-2007, 11:07 PM
Hi Brett,

I'll shoot you a p.m. or e-mail with the blueprints we used.

Take care,

Thanks!! I appreciate it.

Tattoo
12-14-2007, 08:55 AM
Mark,

I sent you an e-mail with the floor plan we used.

Brett,

Shoot me your e-mail and I will do the same, sorry about the delay.

Happy Holidays,

Tattoo

SpFXChic
12-14-2007, 09:32 AM
Beautifully done! Talk about total immersion in the experience!

Now if you'll excuse me, I have to pick my jaw up off the ground!

Great job!

Tattoo
01-20-2008, 09:30 AM
Thanks Janine, your website looks outstanding by the way! Chad is very talented and a great guy to work with!

The class that we are teaching in Houston will cover all of the techniques used to create the scenes in these photos and more!

Stains, rust, rot, decay, mold, brick, block, stone, metal, and we will be discussing other topics throughout the seminar. When you enter the class there will be a pile of lumber on the ground along with other materials, by the time the seminar ends.......

A complete scene will be standing using all of the techniques we discuss during class.

Hope to see you there!

Take care,

Tattoo

RJ Productions
01-22-2008, 02:40 AM
I realize the fisheye lens is trying to get more of the room in the picture, but it doesn't do justice. I think more details could be seen in a normal view.

I really like your use of color lights in your attraction. When Haunters use light they usually go alittle overboard because they are proud of all the detail work they put into the room and want to show it off. Unfortunately, a bright room is NOT scary. You need light and shadows to be effective.

The use of the right color light can accomplish both. You get to see the details in a room, but the coloring makes it surreal and adds to the overall spooky effect.

Maybe post a couple normal pics of the rooms and then people can see what I mean. You can see details in the room, but it won't be just a well lit "safe" room!

Good job, wish I had had the time to make the trip last year!!!

Oh yeah, sorry about the Packers! I was cheering for Brett all the way!! Now the SuperBowl will just be lame! On well next year!!!

Dan Faupel
01-22-2008, 11:38 PM
Love the pics Tattoo!!!...beautiful detail!...and not just saying this because you are on the IAHA BOD with me, you guys are clearly one of the best looking haunts out there!

Tattoo
01-27-2008, 09:15 AM
Thanks for the comments, the scenes at Terror on the Fox are a lot tighter (smaller) than most Haunts that why we tend to use a fish-eye lens for photos.

Lighting has always played a major role in our scene design and minispotlight.com is the way to go! If you can highlight certain areas of your scenes it tends to distract people from where the scare might be coming from. A lot of the photos tend to be brighter than when we are open.

Thanks for the compliment Dan! Look forward to seeing you all soon.

Take care,

Tattoo

Gore Galore
01-27-2008, 09:32 AM
So very impressive,
And I really would like to sit in on your seminar.
But you know I might have a little trouble being out of our Booth for that long.
So, why don't you just come do the seminar in our booth.