The trick o’ treaters have gone, the costumes have been lovingly folded, and, if you’re lucky, your home and yard are beginning to again resembleGo On
Nope, not THAT kind! Say you’ve got most of your haunt laid out and it’s looking really good. Well, except for that annoying hallway thatGo On
My first “real job” had many issues with it, but there was one hugely redeeming factor – the annual charity drive where all the engineersGo On
The trickiest part of designing compelling scenes and scares in a haunted house is designing for groups of guests rather than individual victims. Short of sending each through individually there is no way to permanently break groups apart, but using a few well-place split-up scares can give each guest a far more personal haunt experience.