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  • Singing Pumpkins Illusion DIY guide

    I got the extras like the gel to match the coloration and two of the spotlights you suggest I must say it adds ALOT more detail and depth.In the photo I you can see my Epson 2045 the spotlights which I will put one on both sides just didn't break out the extension cords, and the rosco gel

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  • Homerz2001 commented on davidandora's instructable Singing Pumpkins Illusion DIY guide3 weeks ago
    Singing Pumpkins Illusion DIY guide

    Thanks those will be great this next Halloween I am going to put them in my graveyard scene in front of a16 foot tree in my yard wrapper with orange lights and will grab two or three of those and hide them the way you had them not in the same lane as the projected image but to the sides same with the purple light. I'll have to get those and do a test video , I would put a video of them just didn't have time this season to get a good video of just the pumpkins.

    Also to make about 15 pumpkins flicker how much of those faux flame modules would you need?

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    Projected the video onto panel and then traced it and cut it out looks great!

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  • Homerz2001 commented on davidandora's instructable Singing Pumpkins Illusion DIY guide3 weeks ago
    Singing Pumpkins Illusion DIY guide

    Hi again I've upgraded a bunch so I got the micca mply wlan HD media player ,and a Epson 2045 home cinema projector which is only 2200 lumens but has a contrast ratio of 35,000:1 it's also 1080p. I also have a benq MS24A which is 3300 lumens with contrast of 15,000:1 and it's svga resolution.I actually recently went by Disneys singing pumpkins and noticed my projection on my benq was actually a lot more brighter , but like in your suggestions they were almost identical to the lit pumpkins on the snow moutain I think it's better to get perfect amount of brightness I'll have to see what the Epson 2045 looks like its shipping on Amazon.I also am going to do singing busts also like the ones at Disney I wonder what projected will be best for that.Im doing rising ghost with a used cheap 40 do...see more »Hi again I've upgraded a bunch so I got the micca mply wlan HD media player ,and a Epson 2045 home cinema projector which is only 2200 lumens but has a contrast ratio of 35,000:1 it's also 1080p. I also have a benq MS24A which is 3300 lumens with contrast of 15,000:1 and it's svga resolution.I actually recently went by Disneys singing pumpkins and noticed my projection on my benq was actually a lot more brighter , but like in your suggestions they were almost identical to the lit pumpkins on the snow moutain I think it's better to get perfect amount of brightness I'll have to see what the Epson 2045 looks like its shipping on Amazon.I also am going to do singing busts also like the ones at Disney I wonder what projected will be best for that.Im doing rising ghost with a used cheap 40 dollar projector also.What brand projector do you use for these kind of effects.

    In person you could see the effects on camera and I don't know why the right pumpkin is yellow and other two are white and yellow really hard to capture this effect to what it looks like in real life.

    That's also with my benq on Eco at 2900 lumens.

    I had a purple light and spotlight on it hard to see in photo.

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