This version is built using a rotisserie motor. I got the info off of Monsterlist. I got the rotisserie at Lowe's on sale for $20. With a few modifications I have a great FCG that I cant wait to use Halloween 08. I will place it in our front window.
1.Rotisserie 7.Large washer
2.Wood 8.light skull
3.Screws 9.cheese cloth
4.fishing line 10.hangers
5.eye hooks 11.cardboard
6.black paint 12.masking tape
Drill and drill bits
lock tight glue
|Open up the rotisserie so you can get ready to secure the shaft to be fixed to the motor. The shaft just slides into the motor and goes in and out freely. I drilled a hole throught the male and female part and placed a cotter pin to secure the shaft. I places some locktight on it just to make it a stronger bond. Put it all back together and step one is done.|
Bend shaft 90 degrees at motor and at other end. The rotisserie shaft is also too long so you will need to cut it off to your desired length. That will be determined by the size of your ghost
Drill holes for fishing line 1,2,3
Install bolt and nuts so washer spins freely. Add lock-tight so nuts do not tighten.
Attach assembly to shaft. This on only a dry fit you will need to remove to put through wooden frame later.
Build the frame T
Measure for your shaft and placement of motor
Place your eye loops. one in center and on each end. This is for the fishing line to be placed through. I also placed loops on top to easily attach to ceiling
With paint to hide at night!