Day 2 FX Lessons

DAY 2:TOILET PAPER/LATEX/COTTON-WHAT THEY CAN DO:

  Supplies Used: -Liquid Latex (Can use Elmer's Glue or Mod Podge instead if you only need it for pictures or Halloween) -Various brushes and q-tips -Glycerin -Serial Killers Know How to Party FX Paint Stack by Belladonna's Cupboard -Fake Blood 1. Layer liquid latex down and blend out the edges quickly before they become too tacky 2. Take any semi sharp implement and carve your letters into the latex before it has a chance to dry and has just started to become tacky 3. Once the latex dries more, pick at the edges of the letters 4. Put foundation down that matches your skin tone and blend it out 5. Begin layering various shades of red and black to create depth and show inflammation 6. Add fake blood and smudge it around the edges for a fresh look

SOME SUPER BASIC VIDEOS AHEAD:

LATEX & PAINTING:

  This Tutorial has multiple different bite methods and looks in one resulting in an end look that is Zombie Infection themed. You will learn bruising and vein techniques and see new ways to apply knowledge already learned in previous tutorials. Supplies Used: --OCCULTISMS by Belladonna's Cupboard -Belladonna's Cupboard's Blood Magick -Liquid Latex or elmer's glue or mod podge -Q-Tips -Small angled brush -Stippling Sponges or makeup sponges cut up to make stippling sponges

LATEX & TISSUE PAPER OR COTTON:

You may have seen similar smiles in movies or tv shows. Originally made famous because of the murder victim Elizabeth Short an American woman who was the victim of a much-publicized murder in 1947. Short acquired the moniker posthumously from newspapers in the habit of nicknaming crimes they found particularly lurid. The "Black Dahlia" nickname may have been derived from a film noir murder mystery, The Blue Dahlia, released in April, 1946. Short was found mutilated, her body sliced in half at the waist, on January 15, 1947, in Leimert Park, Los Angeles, California. Short's unsolved murder has been the source of widespread speculation, leading to many suspects, along with several books, television and film adaptations of the story. Short's murder is one of the oldest unsolved murder cases in Los Angeles history. WARNING GRAPHIC PICTURE OF ACTUAL CRIME SCENE PHOTO, DO NOT CLICK UNLESS YOU WANT TO SEE. View a picture of Elizabeth Short and the Crime Scene Shot of her face here. This "smile" actually goes back further than the infamous murder, originally known as a Glasgow smile (also known as a Chelsea smile, or a Glasgow, Chelsea, or Cheshire grin and no Dahlia smile or Black Dahlia smile) is a wound caused by making a cut from the corners of a victim's mouth up to the ears, leaving a scar in the shape of a smile. There are many, many FX makeup techniques that can be used to obtain this look and nearly limitless variations of it.

Supplies Used: -OCCULTISMS by Belladonna's Cupboard -Tissue Paper -Liquid Latex (or Elmer's Glue or Mod Podge) -Q-tips -Foundation -Scab or Gel Blood 

  Supplies Used: -Liquid Latex -Toilet Paper -Blood Magick (by Belladonna's Cupboard) -Serial Killers Know How to Party FX Paint Stack (by Belladonna's Cupboard) -Blood, Brains & Rock n' Roll FX Paint Stack (by Belladonna's Cupboard)

ANOTHER AMAZING THING BY GLAM N' GORE (latex and cotton):

AND THIS IS HOW TO MAKE AN ENTIRE MASK FROM LIQUID LATEX AND COTTON:
AND THIS IS JUST COOL, ALSO WITH LATEX AND COTTON: