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    #31
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    You guys never cease to astound me. It looks great!
    http://darkscares.com/

     

  2. Default I am feeling inspired! 
    #32
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    Wow great idea with the roped wood. Never thought of that approach. That would work great for some props I need next year (still bogged down building for this year). Thanks for sharing!
    Travis "Big T" Russell
    President
    Big T Productions Inc

    Owner and Operator of "The Plague" and "Camp Nightmare"

    Customer Quote of the year: "Damn, I pissed myself"
     

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    #33
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    Put in a real long day Saturday. We will be back there tomorrow.
    Worked on the sawmill all day, it was extremely hot and humid. We finally started getting on a roll late so we stayed till 1:30am. It's a big project but we can see the light at the end of the tunnel now.

    This photo shows the beams made to look like rotted roof joists. They look cool from below, lighting will be very important for this scene. It's starting to look like a real old barn with caved in roof now.



    Time to break out the headlamps. Starting another wall late at night.



    We had a fire going to keep the bugs away.



    Sinking another poll for a doorway.

     

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    #34
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    Tired as hell. I figured I would post these tonight or I never would. Enjoy.

    We got the blade mounted.


    View as you walk around the corner.


    Roof made to look like rotted boards caving in on you. They are wired up. I would need a sprinkler if I made a solid roof.



    The body bags are looking cool as well.

     

  5. Default Damn this is awesome!!! 
    #35
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    Eric, your work is inspirational and so unique, you have a clear passion for what you're doing. Thank you so much for posting pictures!
    *Sigh*I can't wait til' October
     

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    #36
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    Awesome work as always! You know I'm a big fan!

    You said you would need to put in a sprinkler if you made a solid roof. How many feet is it in your locality before you need a sprinkler?
     

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    #37
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    160 square feet
     

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    #38
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    Quote Originally Posted by elowther View Post
    160 square feet
    Thanks! I was curious.

    What awesome progress! What quality! In a few years you're literally going to have a Halloween theme park!
     

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    #40
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    It all looks awesome. I wish I had a block of woods next to my haunt to do something with
     

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