pvc frame, styrofoam wig head, mask and hands, thrift store suit and shoes. Simple and cheap, depending on the type of mask/hands you use. Here's a link to a calculator for the amount of pvc you'll need. I use one inch pvc for mine. http://zombietronix.com/calculator_biped.php
For a light-weight version, use foam board from Home Depot or Lowes, and shape with a serrated knife and wood-burning tools. (Make sure your room is well ventilated when using wood-burning tools with foam!!)
Making LED Spotlights - I love mini LED spotlights, and they truly don't cost that much to buy, but if you're anything like me (is uber-frugal better than saying cheap?), it's hard to justify paying for something that's pretty simple to make. There are tons of tutorials online to guide you through the process of making your own LED spotlights, but none of the tutorials I've read have so clearly articulated the process as the video tutorial posted below.
I have 8 WG skellies. Last year I made a weeping lady and an undertaker prop for my hearse....This year I've made a corpsed witch...I'm currently working on my scarecrow and a corpsed lady (Sleepy Hollow style).Last year I used monster mud only. This year I've been corpsing the skeleton first, then doing the clothes in monster mud. I use the latex and cotton ball technique. no directions
Static: What are you doing with your walgreens skeletons! - Page 4
Easy version of this expensive one....collect downed branches from yard, place in dollar store metal buckets (plaster of paris), spray paint Branches and buckets black, wrap branches with orange lights.