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    Hey guys- I did manage to post another tutorial last night. It turned out Pretty cool, another cost effective way of doing something that needs doing. These videos are making me seem cheap..lol.
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    You are a cheap bastard. I love it. I saw this in my sub que before work and watched it. Very nifty idea with the plastic. But I have a question, if I wanted to do this with a book should I use an adhesive or will it shrink enough to attach itself to the cardboard of the book?
     

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    That came out pretty good. Cool idea.
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    Looks fantasic!
    Amazing the way your brain works!!
     

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    Cool technique! I've done them with saran wrap before, but this is a lot better. And those Pitini Enterprises skeletons look pretty good for 30 bones! The order time seems a little crazy. Order in January and get them in August.

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    Not only is it far, but I got an e-mail from Len at Pitini this morning. He sent me a catalog and a list of stuff still available to ship this August, and the skeletons aren't on it. I guess they are popular. Go figure.

    Louis Brown
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    Allen, honestly, you're my personal Haunt Jiminy Cricket. Inspiring me to do more and go further. As always, the tutorial is super helpful, easy and saves me a boat load of money. Thanks!
    Last edited by CatacombProductions; 07-15-2011 at 08:47 AM.
     

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    Would it be a problem to use this in an indoor haunt due to flamability of that plastic material?

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