Looks really good.
If you've never been to the Hauntworld Photo Gallery go and check it out...I took some pics of our cave/waterfall we're building. I also uploaded some photos of our IAAPA booth, which has the same facade inside the cave room. This will give you an idea of what the facade will look like after we're done with it.
The cave on the other hand will have TWO massive 20 foot high waterfalls, a rope bridge, four multi motion gorillas, other animations, buda statue, actors running around in the water, and much more. Its really awesome!
You have to walk through a skull facade to get into the room...its really neat!!!
Thats the links!
Looks really good.
OMG :!: Those are freaking AWESOME! :shock:
Great work guys! Jeff is very talented too Larry!
Do you know what the product is that will hard coat the caves? and what kind of adhesive glued all the chunks together?
Hey Greg, I've been doing research into this very topic. Here are a couple of websites for ya...
Hope that helps. If you find a great foam supplier, let me know! :wink:
I know there is one somewhere down here, I have seen 4 foot by 4 foot by 10 foot blocks of styrene. I think it is a boat thing. This sculpting and glueing looks a whole lot less expensive than calling the spray foam truck. Certainly cleaner and lighter.
Thanks for the links Kel.
Nice looking stuff, Larry!
The big skull has sort of a reptillian look to it by my point of veiw, maybe makes it more scary?
Two waterfalls, no waiting!?
"Water?" Or "Blood?"
Two bloody waterfalls, anybody ever seen or done this before?
USDA approved "blood" of course!
Just awhile ago as I was working in my basement standing on a step ladder, holding up a big beam, trying to push the steel pin through the hinge-hole, something wasn't quite lining up right, even "Mr. Hammer" couldn't persuade it to slide together!
Then I thought I might have it ready to try again, both hands were busy holding and adjusting the beam (a couple of planks screwed together, not "Jim Beam") I thought maybe if I was lucky my chin could push it in at the right moment, I tried chin, it worked!!!??
So here I am wearing my newest tool on my face! (Maybe I won't lose it so easilly?)
I'm seeing an amber color in the joints of the styrofoam. We use exterior carpenters glue put if there is something better? It takes a full day to set up.
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