Acid Burn

In this, we see just how grossly awesome an acid burn really is. I used liquid latex for the flesh prosthetic and paint for the disolved skin, as well as Isopropyl 70% alcohol and fake blood for the shiny acid effect.

    

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Gripping Bruise

SPECIAL FX IS BACK EVERYONE! In this, I used skin tone paint and Isopropyl 70% alcohol for the bruises.

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Face wound

Face wounds hurt, don’t they? Here is a recent facewound I did on my Dad using scar effects gel. It took time because the tissue around the cheek is not very strong.

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Have a Terror-ific Easter Everyone!

Not all chocoloate Easter bunnies are nice….”Don’t steal my egg!  Arrrr!”

Have a Terror-ific Easter Everyone!

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Slit wrist wound effect

Felling cutty today? This slit wrist was a first attempt at Scar Effects gel. I used gel for the wound and grease paint to color it in. I finished it off with some thick blood inside and stage blood to run down the wrist.

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Sculpting attempt

Here is a sculpt that my Dad and I are working on together.  Hopefully going to make a latex appliance out of it.

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Slit Throat

Did a quick slit throat on my Mom with derma wax and some stage blood.

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Infected wound

Here is an infected wound I did on my Dad’s arm.  I used derma wax to make the skin wound.  I used mayonaise to make the puss.

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Torn flesh wound

Here is a torn flesh wound I did on my Dad’s arm.  I used derma wax for the wound, and I used some derma wax to make the flap of skin.

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Pencil wound #2

Don’t try this at home kids. I’m just trying to make a point! Here is another pencil wound I tried.  I used my Dad’s hand and made the pencil look like it was sticking through his hand.  I used derma wax on both sides for the wound and to hold the pencil.

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