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It’s not too late to dress up your house and yard for Halloween. Here’s one idea: If you happen to have a plastic skeleton hanging around your place, or any other plastic prop for that matter, amplify the spookiness via an artisanal form of accelerated aging. This video from Mancave Effects shows how to apply DIY techniques to weathering or aging a PVC skeleton.
Artificial aging and weathering techniques are commonly used in the entertainment industry and, as the host of Mancave Effects notes, there are hundreds of tips ’n’ tricks to achieve the desired outcome. “There is no recipe,” he writes, and he stresses that you should keep it simple by using things you probably have sitting around the house.
Practice makes perfect, as the saying goes, so why stop at one? As the denizen of Mancave Effects writes on his YouTube channel: “Generally, when it comes to plastic skeletons, I would say the more the better.”
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