Here's a couple more.
Midnight Manor is a haunted Victorian Manor that is one of the attractions at Terrorplex in the DFW area in Texas. Here are some construction pics of one of our new rooms, a take on the 'ol pick the correct door with a hidden wall twist and a Victorian theme.
looks like a good start...looks like nice and solid construction! Love those types of rooms. Have one at the haunt I work for, we have it with dark halls leading from a central room of doors. We call it the "Scooby Doo" maze. Even the actors get lost sometimes...lol.
Mike "Pogo" Hach
hell yeah that looks awesome keep up the good work could you shoot me the maze layout i would love to do one firstname.lastname@example.org hmm lets see
More Manor build pictures. My name is Cesar and I started working with Scott at Terrorplex a few months ago. Scott added a runner down one of the hallways and we put a half wall for a actor and a fake wall. Pretty much ready to paint next. Picture quality is a bit poor...we were working at night. I don't know what the heck I am thinking working at a haunted house at night...heh. Scott says I will eventually get used to it. Still gives me the creeps.
Last edited by GreatCaesarsGhost; 04-24-2010 at 01:04 AM.
One more picture.
Looks like it is coming along Keep going.
We're gonna black it out this week, then start detailing to our Victorian mansion theme, it's coming along well, have to get done quickly as we're also rebuilding our 4th attraction into a Wolfman themed haunt. So much to do, so little time to do it in.
about working in a haunted house at night is that particle board! Those little slivers of half-glued wood might have come from trees on top of an indian burial ground.
Chief Flyinyour Face and his brave Cutting Woodchip wait to attack when you least expect it!
(I hate osb! I recently dismantled some old walls here, I had used real plywood and they came apart and salvaged so well that I had those large pieces to re-use, no problem)
I have had osb suck up 12 coats of paint before they looked decent.
Maybe there's a "trick" to it?
No trick, I just paint the smooth side, then the bottom will have paneling made out of fence boards and the top will be wallpapered. No OSB will be exposed, except on the other side of the walls and that area will be pitch black. I am honored to have the great Jim Warfield comment on one of my posts.
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