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Rachel @ CRAFT writes:

We’re reaching that time to start planning for cool Halloween decorations, and this video tutorial by Stiltbeast Studios spotted on Propnomicon could take your spooky decor to a whole new level. He shares how to take a simple plastic skeleton and transform it into a freakishly realistic corpse with just a few simple supplies and less than an hour of your time. Forget cutesy pumpkins on your porch, this corpse will simultaneously terrify and fascinate your trick-or-treaters and make yours the most popular house on the block.

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Becky Stern

Becky Stern is head of wearable electronics at Adafruit Industries. Her personal site: sternlab.org


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  1. Bishop says:

    This tutorial is from the Stiltbeast Studios YouTube channel. Propnomicon cross-posted it. Please show proper credit to the originator at Stiltbeast Studios.

    1. Becky Stern says:

      Ah, I see how it was ambiguous, fixed now. The YT video links to their channel also.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Nice, I’ll have to try this.  The thought occurred to me that you could add other stuff like textured cloth, cotton,  bubble wrap, some rope as veins, etc, between layers of plastic, and have this stuff shrunk in between layers… I’m going to have to try this in the next week or so. 

  3. Shayne says:

    If you don’t have a heat gun can a hair dryer work in its place?