In this build, I create a roasting spit complete with arms bursting from the ground, evil chef turning the spit, crispy victim, and fire to cook him. Follow the steps and you can make one yourself!
INFORMATION NOT IN THE VIDEO:
o) The spit turns using a 4.5 RPM disco ball motor. You can find them online for pretty cheap. I attached a straight-through coupler to the end of the motor using a cotter pin through holes in the coupler, which makes the spit removable from the motor. The handle is also removable just press fitted on, and not glued or screwed on. This allows for easy dis-assembly and storage of the prop.
o) I put holes in the bones and torso of the blow mold skeleton used for the chef and ran 3/4" PVC pipe up through them so that the legs are sturdy. I zip-tied the upper torso around the pipes as well, to make sure the upper body stood up straight.
o) The fan and fabric technique used to create the fire illusion is a common prop that you can find out about making elsewhere on YouTube.
o) The meal / victim on the spit is covered in a separate video here: https://youtu.be/sKB4F9dwlxo
o) Making the prop wood: https://youtu.be/kthctjewBTs
o) Plastic wrap corpsing: https://youtu.be/4Nu0gphb9Ac
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