Yeah, I didn't name it Haunted Overload for nothing. I should have named it Haunted Over budget, LOL!
This weekend working in the heat and humidity was not fun. This was Sunday working on the forehead section.
Awsome as always Eric keep rocking!!! Love, Love, Love it! Shane and it' play some 80's when you work!
I forgot to mention the best way to watch this is full screen in HD mode on Youtube. It's really all time laps photography strung together. The quality looks awesome in HD. Youtube has come a long way.
I was asked to give a private tour to the East Coast Haunt gathering last weekend. I think everyone liked it and had fun.
These photos show the scale of the new skull facade pretty well.
It's starting to look cool. Taken today as we started the skin of slabs. Look for Walley in the bottom left with the nail gun, he looks small, lol!
Fantastic work! Using that much wood, your lumber costs must be sky high.
I take summer classes while I'm in college so that I have more free time in the fall to help out at Haunted Overload.
I just took a media production class, and we had to put together a news piece and present it to the class. Check it out! It's pretty cool. The quality was a lot higher, but YouTube wasn't happy with that, so it got dumbed down a lot. The younger kid I interviewed was 14 and started a haunt in his garage. He is a huge fan!
I am also the one who made the how to foam pumpkins Haunted Overload style for my senior project in high school. I plan on redoing it with actual video vs pictures.
If you're looking for a good laugh, here are some bloopers from my interview with our Jack of all Trades: Walley. Slow at the start, but it picks up.