Hi! Jack Hammerquist...
Oh! yes, you live in Texas, and just worked at a House that provided or was strictly horror? [Which "may" have entailed blood and gore]...I Of course, have to assume.
However, after viewing the videos associated with the Steam-punk house Of horror event and listening to what the creator Of the "Steam-punk House Of Horror" had to say on the video...
...No blood or gore, but more a psychological mind game played with the participant.
I think that he succeeded because on the video I still heard "blood-curling" screams from the participants. lol
that was one of the ideas i'd looked at, also using large planters i found one tha looked like the 2ooo leages type still playing with that idea.. when i lived in Ardmore okla, i found a few neat shops that had steampunk kind of ideas.. a few now that we moved to okc..
the diviong helmets are from an on line search i've been looking for ideas on how to build a divers helmet for a display piece, . I 'm hoping to get a chance to set up at a steampunk con . to sale some of my art and have a little fun also.one of my art projects..this was a copy of a WWI war poster
Unfortunately I won't be there in any official capacity. :*( ---but I might be around for a scheduled TweetUp with Tee Morris & Pip Ballentine, among others. I'll happily sign your copy of Avalon Revisited!