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Saturday, July 31, 2010

The Bloodshed Brothers

Zach and Jeromy, The Bloodshed Brothers, have been doing awesome video logs on their Youtube channel and... oh, heck, I'm just going to quote them:

The Blood Vlogs follow The Bloodshed Brothers through a year of being a home haunter.  Letting Halloween consume their everyday life, they invite you along for the ride.

So, since they bought one of my groundbreakers, yesterday's vlog (below) was a shout out to me, so I'm going to shout right back out at them and say you should be subscribed to their channel so you can watch these videos as they come out.

Seriously, go do it.

Why are you still here?  Go subscribe!

Sunday, July 25, 2010

Fan Mail

...sort of

Our neighbors left a note for us before they moved yesterday, and one of their youngest drew on the back of the paper.  And what do you know?  It's the yard haunt!

That's one of the singing skeletons from 2008 and Frankie singing into microphones in the 2009 lab scene.  I wish I could draw skeletons that well when I was in kindergarten... I think we may have a new haunter in the making :)

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

For Sale: Frankenstein and Zombie Skins for 3-Axis Skulls!

I will be offering a limited number of Frankenstein and Zombie skins for 3-Axis Skulls for the 2010 Halloween season.

If you haven't been following the blog, here's what they do:

The skins are made of foam latex, painted with rubber cement paints, and are designed to fit a Lindberg skull (though they should fit fine on Buckies or similarly sized skulls).  All you do is stretch it over the skull and apply a little rubber cement or latex to hold it in place.

Email me at ChickenHaunt [at] gmail.com for details.  Orders must be placed by the end of July for this Halloween season.

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Toying with an Idea

I've been building a new prop in my head, and I thought I'd share the first concrete evidence of it.

What is it?  Well, I think the basic design might be reminiscent of something familiar, but the final product will be decidedly... different

And that's all I'm saying now.  But feel free to ask questions so I can give mysterious responses...