How to Make Fake Skin for Wounds
Need a bit of realistic looking faux skin to add ghoulish looking wounds this halloween? This extremely simple recipe will have you looking like a properly mangled victim in no time flat. . .
1 tbsp. unflavored gelatin
1 tbsp. boiling Tea or Coffee- Brewed to match your skin tone (add more or less tea bags for Caucasian skin tone, or use coffee for considerably darker skin tones)
1/4 tsp. liquid glycerin
Hair Dryer *optional*
Combine the gelatin, water and glycerin, mix quickly.
Let the mixture cool just until it can be handled (literally seconds!) and then apply a 1/4-inch layer directly to your clean skin.
See examples of it's use here: Protruding Bone Effect
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