|Here it is by the light of day...|
It is roped off with purple lights. The backdrop is painted plywood.
Since I took this photo, I have added a shelf to the back of the
wall so I can rest two pumpkins on it.
|And at night it comes alive with black light.|
|Not even poor Betty could escape.|
|The two pumpkins up front rest on a small "brick" wall.|
|Looks like our boy's been eating ribs... but whose?|
|There are four black lights used to illuminate the scene.|
|And Jughead is lit from within|
|I got the Jughead mask as Halloween Express for about $20.|
The rest of the pieces came from a Dollar Store, including the hands,
lights inside the hands (just strings of orange mini lights)
and the night light inside Juggie's head.
|My Wife carved these "Funkins" a few years ago. Slowly but surely, we add|
a new on each year. I'll actually pull out a lot more tonight when the
Trick-or-Treaters start making their rounds.
|The tombstones are made of two flat Coke cartons that are duct taped|
together and then painted with black paint for daylight, and
highlighted with glow-in-the-dark paint for night.
Almost everything here is custom made I did buy the Jughead mask (and, of course, all the paints, lights and plastic body parts), but the rest were created by me. All in all, I'm pretty happy with the display, although there are a few additional touches I'd like to add. But, the boils and ghouls will be here this evening, so the Riverdale sign and other touches will have to wait until next year.