Sunday, April 11th at 11am

Making a Singing Bust With a Smartphone, 3D Printer, and a LED Projector
with Jeff and Chris Davis of Davis Graveyard

Jeff and Chris David

Jeff and Chris Davis, and their talented crew, are the creators of The Davis Graveyard, a popular Halloween yard display in the Portland, Oregon area, which has been in operation for over ten years. As the nation’s largest and most detailed cemetery-themed yard haunt, the display has won several awards. It has been featured in magazines, as well as showcased in’s “Haunts Across America” series. The Davis Graveyard coordinates the Haunters Video Awards and DVD Set, now in its 12th year, a compilation of home haunter videos from all over the world that are judged and given awards. The Davis Graveyard offers seminars and teaches local workshops, sharing their prop building techniques at summer workshops. The Davis Graveyard was tapped to help with ABC’s “Extreme Home Makeover” of Nightmare Factory in Salem, Oregon, where they created hundreds of cinderblock walls and aged brick hallways and rooms, all out of foam. For more info, go to

45 min class with Q&A afterwards

Class Description:
Inspired with the recent developments in 3D printing and 3D scanning software, the Davis’ took old idea of a singing bust prop using a Styrofoam wig head and a video projector and turned it into something that is extreamly lifelike and realistic Using only a smartphone and access to a 3D printer. During this demonstration, Jeff and Chris Davis of Davis Graveyard will walk attendees through the process of making a talking/singing bust using Photogrammetry, a 3D Scanning phone app and a 3D printer to create the form of the actor’s face. With only the camera in your smartphone the Davis’ will show attendees how to film the actor giving reciting the rules or telling the story of the attraction and then project it onto the bust using a simple LED projector.