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  1. Default Haunted Overload build photos 
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    I have been enjoying everyone's build photos. Here are some photos of our new 40 foot skull head building with a stage in the mouth. It is far from finished but you can get the idea. I included a photo of the scale model and a quick rendering of what it will look like when finished and lighted with an actor on stage.

    I'll post more when it has a lot more detail, there will be vines all over it and big teeth along with 10 foot horns. We will have to do some trimming of the trees so it will be more visible. This thing overlooks the queue line. It will look cool with tons of fog blowing out the mouth.

    Oh yeah, the weird orange pants I have on are used for protection when cutting with a chainsaw.

    Eric







     

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    Freaking amazing. BRAVO!
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    awesome man!!!
     

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    Very cool, how tall is the structure?
     

  5. Default hell yeah 
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    hell yeah..now that is bad ass..
    in order to see the orchestra ...you must turn your back on the crowd...



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    wow wow wow.. absolutely amazing! Great job!
     

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    Hi Eric,

    You are the master of Larger than Life Props! I'm blown away by your vision and how your haunt stands out truely above the rest is awesome.

    You need more than those orange pants to work on that structure, you need a crane!

    Stay Safe and keep on dreaming big!

    Keep the photos coming, I can't wait to see it finsihed.
    Tony Wohlgemuth,
    Comes up with the fun stuff!
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    Thanks for the compliments! It's 40 feet high and scary as hell at the very top! Here are some photos from the decks and one showing the back of the structure. I designed it so I can build another face on the back next year that faces in at the haunt itself.

    The trees you see stuck in the ground are going to be 6 more big tree monsters. I carve the faces with a chainsaw and attach limbs for arms. Then I will put a bunch of smaller trees around them for a spooky forest. They look cool when lighted up. The headless horseman will run around that section in back of the queue line.

    Eric







     

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    It is absolutely insane that this is part of a home haunt! I really wish I could have big set pieces like that at mine.
    Mike Cirrincione
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    Looks awesome, I love the rough wood with the bark still on, nice touch. Also, that's some beautiful land you have to work on....


    Allan
    Last edited by MDKing; 06-29-2008 at 09:13 AM.
     

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