Ever wonder what ectoplasm feels like? No you can find out for yourself. Take a little water, some kid's glue and a little food coloring and presto, instant slime. You can even make green or pink slime depending on how you plan to use it; in case you plan to animate a statue or something.
Now that we're 30 episodes deep into the show (we're over 130 if you include the original show, Group Therapy), I thought it might be a good time to share some of the secrets and techniques we use to get the show to you every week and on every platform available. Whether you're new to podcasting or a seasoned vet, I've got some valuable information that might help make things easier and grow your audience. Grab your mic and your pencils; class is in session.
It's finally here. After promoting it for months, I've finally completed my first How To guide. This guide will help you to build a kids sized proton pack based on the packs seen in The Real Ghostbusters cartoon complete with lights and sound. In it you will find parts and tools lists, simple electrical diagrams, templates you can print out and use and step by step instructions. Even if you have never built a prop before, this guide will help you get the job done. Who you gonna call?
The guide has been updated to version 1.1 and now includes links to complete the costume (flight suit, boots, belt, etc.)
The guide has been updated to version 1.2 after correcting a few minor measurment issues. Thanks to Jonathan Ferguson for the pointing them out.
A couple of years ago I decided to build Thomas & Percy costumes for my twin boys. After building them and doing minor repairs for my boys to wear them a second year, I have learned a lot especially considering this was my first costume build of any kind. This video is to help aid anyone who would like to take on this project or a project like it.