A photo posted by Marc Clancy on Instagram (@powdah) on Jan 1, 2015 at 9:54pm PST. From Mark Clancy (@powdah):
TIP: Here’s an easy way to make veins using red cotton or wool. This technique has been around for many years but I’ve never seen anyone use it directly on skin. Pull some red wool apart so you see the individual fibers. Stick them down to your skin with prosaide or latex. Use a needle to adjust the shape while the glue is still wet. I made a quick infected zombie bite using this technique but you could use it anywhere.
applicators are like nail polish brushes and are often messy, giving
you too much of the product and wasting it! This applicator squeezes
through a stopper on its way out, only depositing a small amount on the
foam tip. This allows for saving valuable product and precision
application. On the other side is a spirit gum remover. You can either
use the applicator tip, or also hold a cotton ball or Q-tip and deposit
some of the liquid onto it (it will flow slowly out of the tube for
– Adhering lace-front wigs, lace beards/facial hair – Adhering special FX makeup – Great for theatre, cosplay, special FX, everyday wear of wigs.
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“Enjoy your sleep, Billy.”
And with that, ACen is over, and Billy returns to his grave.
Prosthetic is custom sculpted and slush cast in latex, and painted with Mehron fantasy FX paints and alcohol activated paints by I Love FX Makeup.
Experimented with a few different effects last night on Halo: Reach, ranging from in-game special effects to land mines and kill balls. Besides the shot in the middle, these effects are unique to any shot I’ve done before. They give a infrared-esque effect to the shots. I’m going to continue to experiment with other effects to add some variety and uniqueness to the blog. I hope you like them. 😃