"Drunk on a ladder is the place to be, When you're plotting and scheming up Halloween. Lacerations from wire and burning hot glue, And constantly backing up to gain a better view, Of this year's monster you're creating. Hoping for awe while the folks are trick-or-treating. Some grown ups will say, "who'd you pay?" They… Continue reading Drunk On a Halloween Ladder -A Limerick by Sam
Finally, a faster, easier way to frame loom with a double heddle shed bar and packing/spacing barWatch the video to see all of the awesome features of our Super Frame Loom! CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE BUILDING PLANS Frame loom weaving has never been easier! We took the classic frame loom and innovated out two of… Continue reading The SUPER FRAME LOOM
I have been hot-gluing his hairy fabric shell together all day, and his trapezius muscles are looking good so far. What do you think of the profile? We moved him out of hiding to take on the over-the-fence challenge. Will we break our necks? Let's find out when we try to lift him up… Continue reading King Kong Is Up In Salt Lake City!
Today was a productive day! We got Kong's head basically finalized last night and added to the Empire State Building today. Check out the progress! I snipped out these spire additions from the last styrofoam sheet we got (for free!) and painted them in the darker grey color. This is going to define… Continue reading Newest Updates on DO9’s King Kong Halloween Build
So here's what we're going for with our top-of-the-ESB Kong idea. That, mixed with a bit of Kong from the 20's-era Jack Black rendition of the movie. Let's see where we get with this! Ok, so you have to start somewhere...we blocked in a cardboard base and added some wood so we can attach… Continue reading Building King Kong for the Empire State Building: Halloween 2017
A totally doable project for the home owner! "Doable," but perhaps not "fast." Watch the video below for an overview, and read on for more detailed direction. So what we're looking at here is just a set drain pipe and a basic opening for where the shower will go. The dotted yellow line is where… Continue reading DIY Build Your Own Shower