|Here is a shot of the glass combiner. I was very nervous during the transportation. If the glass broke, we wouldn't have a show. Glass was used rather than Plexi because it is less expensive and resists scratching.|
|Here is a shot of the Baron in the FX cabinet. The door was hinged for easy access. If you look closely, you can see the scrims in the cabinet. The scrims were hung using curtain rods.|
Two black lights are used to illuminate the figure. Both lights are mounted on the right side of the cabinet. One is just above the Baron's head, and the other is above the left hand.
|Here is the FX cabinet and the viewing area for the scenic hall. Just above the viewing window are two Radio Shack speakers which provide the background sounds. One soundtrack provides a combination of thunderstorm and wild animals. The second soundtrack provides the music with a Vincent Price evil laugh track dubbed on top. (In this photo, one of our helpers is caught eating on the job.) We have additional walls for other props that join the sides of the viewing port. These walls along with some layers of black plastic are used to conceal the FX cabinet.|