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drfrightner
06-01-2008, 12:17 AM
I was talking with Keith from Scareparts yesterday and we're going to work together to create a super cool mirror maze panel so you can make your own.

Last year I had a mirror maze in my haunt, they're actually very easy to build. I got some help from Ben from Netherworld, but overall these are a breeze to build. The key to a good mirror maze is having some really cool panel to go over the mirrors.

I have some really cool leg posts that we're going to use to build the panels. I'm going to get them up to Keith and from there we're going to make a kit so you can build your own mirror maze.

Would anyone have interest in this?

Larry

gadget-evilusions
06-01-2008, 12:51 AM
I think that would be awesome. It needs to have 1 foot of non mirror panel at the bottom though, that way arrows could be illuminated in that area to show the exit path if the fire system is activated.

Dr Spooktakular
06-01-2008, 12:53 AM
Hell yes!! Maybe you could have keith get a promo ready in time for the next magazine and you could do an article on the how-to and then promo the panel within the article, it's a win-win for everyone.

wipp
06-01-2008, 12:53 AM
im interested,but are we talking high dollar? or are you saying you have a cheaper way.also larry check your pm's i been messaging you about a featured banner

drfrightner
06-01-2008, 01:26 AM
The panels would only be about 150 bucks each, but it would come with a design kit so you know how to put the rest of it together. We could even sell you the walls, and mirrors, but everything would be optional.

Like 1,000 square feet of mirror maze would only cost like $15,000.00 maybe. If you just wanted panels you could buy those if you wanted. Whatever it would be like a kit you just buy what you need.

Larry

Nightgore
06-01-2008, 06:54 PM
I think it'd be MUCH MORE cost effective to go with Oak Island Productions "mad mirrors"... I've seen these things first hand and have helped put some up in a mirror maze; simply the best stuff out there!

http://oakislandinc.com/search.php?search_str=mirror


I mean, you'd have to build your own frames and walls... but you'd save ALOT more money doing it this way! IDK... -Tyler

Motograter
06-02-2008, 02:41 PM
Geez 15 grand just for mirrors.