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  1. Sink your teeth into this massive prop : Little Spider update 
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    Thought some of you may enjoy a picture of something meaty; Marc of Little Spider's latest massive prop he put incredible amounts of time and passion into. Many of you may know, www.littlespider.net is now producing massive, themed props for several entertainment industries and the latest hot items have been dinosaurs and dragons.

    This thing is massive and I am sure everyone could just go to town with one of these babies in your haunt or event. The client for this piece sure is lucky as it is just incredible in person on a huge scale!!!

    Upon completion of this picture, I am happy to say that Laurie of Little Spider still walks among the living and no limbs or muscle tissue was lost capturing this picture.
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    Last edited by milkunits; 03-01-2008 at 02:06 AM.
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    Isnt this the piece that Scarefactory is Offering?
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    I myself am glad to see some dinos I am not a big fan of the over sized props I like to keep it as real as possiable. Scarfactory had some nice dinos like the one shown. And not a real bad price for once. But this looks good as well.
     

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    Rob,
    No it is not the same.
    Little Spider used to sell to the haunt market.
    But now they work strictly with museum and entertainment displays.
    And this was one of the pieces they did for a museum about a month ago.
     

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    Its a GREAT looking piece. I remember Lil spider at TW a few years back..... Good Work LIL spider Artists!
    Buried deep beneath Darksyde acres Haunted house In Michigan I'm the Best at what I do, What I do Isn't very NICE!
     

  6. Red face Something a little more meaty if you will...... 
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    It is always nice to see a project look so nice in it's final location. Enjoy some recent photos of this meat eaters final resting place. No oil was produced from this monster and no excavating necessary. Now that is a lot of savings if you think about it. No need to wait around a few million years, no need to hire a dig team, just give Little Spider a call and see what can be unearthed for that next theming project .

    The site www.littlespider.net was recently updated with some of Little Spider's recent work for theming. Thought some of you would enjoy the new direction for the Little Spider team!
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    Last edited by milkunits; 04-16-2008 at 02:36 PM. Reason: I can't spll, spall, spell, sometimes. I tri, try relly, really hard!
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    Thats sweet, a lot of people are going to enjoy that, really nice work.
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    little spider is AMAZING! I luv it!

    -Taylor
     

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    Molding this piece would be a son of a bitch, and i give them big credit!!!!

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    I would say around a hundred molds if not more???
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    Amen to that!! That is one cool Dino!! Would'nt mind having one around a little smaller to keep the strays out of the yard.Now that would be funny!
     

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