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    Heres the start of my haunted woods entrance. Not done yet, or painted, but a good start.

    This is only one side of it. As you can see I started with plywood and all burlap.

    My buddy is 6ft2 standing next to it.

    Like some input or honest criticism or give me ideas to add to it.

    Thanks,
    smasters
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    picture links have been deleted. Sorry
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    I like it. It really looks realistic. Anything underneath the burlap?
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    no , nothing under the burlap. its final coat is fiberglas resin so we have a hard shell.

    thanks
     

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    How did you texture the burlap and get it to retain its shape? and here are link free pics.
    It looks really great! Great job smasters








     

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    Thanks Allen,


    smaster
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    WOW! Nicely done smaster!

    Very twisted yet very realistic looking at the same time.

    It looks like it could have been formed by a hard wind continuously beating on it at the top of a bluff for many, many years.

    The paint scheme you choose will REALLY make it come to life!

    Looking forward to seeing those pics. Keep 'em coming!

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    Very nice,
    thanks for the tip! Consider it hijacked. Im doing a forest theme this season so I will have my minions begin the burlap method.
    Thanks for the timely tip, now that you mentioned it I can see the baloons inside the trunk.
    Really nice.
     

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    No problem Alan, glad to help!

    Wait a Minute????

    I was asking for the help! what happened?

    Was thinking of adding a few strings on the branches to look like tiny baby vines and maybe something mossy hanging off the branch ends. Not sure yet.

    Smasters
     

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    I would add a hangman. With harness and fake breakaway noose.
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