Now, if you got a load of very small LEDs, knocked up a few circuits that fluctuate the current, so lights flicker, and some under-scenery wiring, you could put lanterns/candles on the graves. Then, turn down the lights for the gaming session...
In Finland, every "All Saints' day" (the Saturday after Halloween), people put candles on the graves of deceased family members.
(Image from Kaleva newspaper)
With the evenings being dark quite early at this time of year, it's quite spooky, but beautiful. The above is a photo from the local newspaper from a previous year. This year, we have a lot of snow already and it really is beautiful but eerie in its own way.
Last Edit: Nov 7, 2019 10:29:55 GMT -9 by alloydog
Thank you guys! I love the idea about using lights. I want to do a version of my lamppost in the next months. Maybe I can try if I can get LED lighting to work there.
In theory you should be able to add lamp posts or lanterns into the columns with relative ease. In the set that you provided, wire can be run under the half iron / block fences. The same could easily be done with the mausoleum. Sounds to me, like some LED tealights are scheduled for deconstruction.
I have never found the time to start playing with lights. All I have done is do some photoshop light effects :-) I want to do a special edition of the lamppost with a more matching lamp housing. Maybe I can sneak lighting on then!
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