Super creepy. Great work!!Cheers!
wow....truly fabulous prop!
He is fantastic! That is some very fluid movement. :)
At first I thought this was an FCG, but was I wrong! Great movement!!
Thanks everyone, I appreciate it! On to the next project, either animating a walgreens skeleton, or a new cloaked FCG.
Hey Johnny, first off let me say very freaking cool and I am in the process of trying to copy the master for a haunt this year. You say you used cheese cloth were you able to by it in bulk? the reason I ask I checked my local fabric store and they only sell in small 2 yard packages. Do you know off hand how many yards you used. Also forgive me if I posted this in the wrong spot I am new to blog sites..Thanks,
Bullzak cheese cloth scraps are available in bulk but I have never gone that route. I typically get mine in the paint department of Home Depot, it comes in bags with 6 yds. I typically use between 6-9 yds on a ghost, depending on the ghost and how much I layer. I soak the chesecloth in brightening detergent for a while then un fold it and hang it to dry.
Cool, never though about home depot thanks for the input. Going to start on mine this weekend, will be sure to let you know how it turns out.Thanks for the feedback
Question. My daughter wants to do this for her costume this year. What brightening detergent did you use? Also....how do we make her glow while walking around???