Introduction: Skeleton Horse Halloween Display

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A static halloween display made out of PVC pipe, 3/4 trim board and spray foam.

Step 1: Skeleton Horse

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After deciding on the size and pose of the horse, I cut all the flat pieces for the pelvis, shoulder blades and backbone out of PVC trim board.

Step 2:

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I used various sizes of PVC pipe for all the leg pieces. Each bone was heated with a heat gun in order to bend and Shape them. The legs all have a PVC pipe in the center for stability with larger pipes placed on it. The ribs are PVC pipe cut length wise into four pieces.

Step 3:

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The ends of each pipe was filled and shaped with PVC board and spray foam. Then the joins where wrapped with resin casting tape.

Step 4:

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I carved the skull and vertebrae out of extruded styrofoam and glued them on a PVC pipe.

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Then the whole thing was painted and the legs and ribs where screwed back on for the finished horse.


mcorbin (author)2016-10-21

Wow! Really creative use of materials. Looks great.

jimfig (author)2016-10-20

Amazing! How much much did it cost to create the horse aside from your time? Great job for sure!

DonM51 (author)jimfig2016-10-20

I used a lot of old PVC pipe I already had but if I were to guess, I would say $65 to $75 dollars. The PVC trim board was the most expensive at around $35 followed by the foam and PVC pipe. The resin tape was purchased on clearance. The best part is I had enough left over to make the Zombie Wolf.

Fuzzy Monkey (author)2016-10-19

Amazing job! This is so cool! :)

Dakotatimmins3 (author)2016-10-19

Look very good well done

ThirdEarthDesign (author)2016-10-18

Excellent work, thanks for sharing and welcome to Instructables :)

Pale Rider X (author)2016-10-18


Swansong (author)2016-10-18

This looks amazing! You did a great job :)

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