Anatomy And Anthropomorphics For Haunters

Friday, 13 April 2018
09:00 am - 10:00 am

Teaching the 20% of human anatomy and human body motion required to make your props look real, move realistically, and utilize the way your victi... guests' brains work to fool their senses into thinking the prop they just saw was an actor. To put it another way, why do your guests know, with a glance, that a prop isn't real? And how can you get more than a jump scare out of your less-than-human props?

Dr. JP Nixon

Portland Oregon chiropractor and home haunter. Twelve years experience in one field, thirty-four in the other. Expert in human anatomy, foam cutting, lighting, sound systems, audio design, and more. Recent projects include "bramble witches" or "wicker men", which involve making skeleton props out of branches and twine (and possibly too much free time).