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Alan Henney

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Capitol Hill Monitors

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Capitol Hill Monitors

Company Description

The Capitol Hill Monitors is a club for scanner radio enthusiasts in Washington, D.C., Maryland, northern Virginia and lower Delaware. CHM sponsors occasional tours and meetings. The club's newsletter supplements other hobbyist publications such as the former ...more

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Alan Henney 6912 Prince George's Avenue Takoma Park, MD 20912-5414 301-270-2531 voice * 206-333-0595 fax


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Allen says the mural is painted on both sides of a steep ramp that the rider's car ascends just as they enter the mansion (which brings you right above the Teacup ride).
The entire room is lit only by black lights, "giving it a really cool, creepy effect." "We wanted to paint something that blended in with the rest of the mansion," Allen said, "so we chose to paint the up-slope of the ramp like a spooky staircase inside the mansion. So many people have a connection to Funland, Darr notes, and Allen is no exception. "When we proposed the job the first thing that he said was that he has been riding the ride his entire life and it would be an honor to add something." "Rehoboth and Funland are special places to me," Allen said, "since I've been going there several times a year, every year since I was two years old. I also worked two summers in Rehoboth drawing Henna tattoos. It was a great honor and privilege to be able to add something to such a prominent Rehoboth Beach icon as the Haunted Mansion," says Allen, who is an illustrator and graphic designer who comes from Bellefonte, Pennsylvania. Allen says he drew most of the individual elements first (such as the candelabras, rats, portraits hanging on the wall, creatures inside the windows, etc.), and printed them out to size on large sheets of paper. Then he transferred the images directly to the wall using a rubbing technique. "For images that I couldn't use this method," Allen noted, "I drew directly on the wall in chalk. During the whole process, I referred to a colored sketch I had prepared of the entire hallway, so that I wouldn't lose sight of the big picture." "I started by blocking in colors with bright acrylic paint," Allen noted, "and then painted in the highlights using special acrylic fluorescent paint." "I did have to paint in the dark, which was a new challenge for me," he added. "It took about eight days, eight hours a day, with a couple 10 hour days thrown in there," Allen noted. The Rehoboth Weekend Update is distributed by Alan Henney. Should you receive the Weekend Update twice, or do not wish to receive it at all, please contact Alan.


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The Rehoboth Weekend Update is distributed by Alan Henney.
Should you receive the Weekend Update twice, or do not wish to receive it at all, please contact Alan.


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This article was written by Alan Henney who also filed comments with the D.A.B.C.C. in regard to the Stingray petition.
The Rehoboth Weekend Update is distributed by Alan Henney. Should you receive the Weekend Update twice, or do not wish to receive it at all, please contact Alan.


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Photos by Hoyte Decker and Alan Henney
Please look for me (Alan Henney) on the D.C. Examiner Website this winter! The Rehoboth Weekend Update is distributed by Alan Henney. Should you receive the Weekend Update twice, or do not wish to receive it at all, please contact Alan. Please look for me (Alan Henney) on the Examiner DC crime page this fall!


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