Monday, February 1, 2010

And The Fog Rolled In

In the past, I've used fog chillers loaded with ice to chill my fog machine's fog so it could be nice and dense and cling to the ground. This guy doesn't use any ice, but runs his fog through irrigation tubing with one end blocked up to achieve the same effect.
Looks absolutely stunning.

Click below to watch some video:

4 comments:

JHMDF said...

It must be a little chilly there at least....I HAVE to use ice here in Florida. I also have a tube that the fog pumps into after it goes through the chiller. There are holes punched down the length of it with the it taped off.

K.O. said...

NICE! Looks lovely.

Spinwitch said...

I've done this--but I froze water in recycled water bottles and slid them in there. Much easier than trying to shovel in loose ice. Works great (and I am in Florida--one day in mid-October building the haunt the heat index was 102)

Ian & Devon said...

I tried this method this year for my haunt and it didn't work out as nicely as this video. There was some wind, but barely noticeable, this year for me and my fog went straight up in the air....