There’s nothing more disgusting than an open wound with the bones exposed. So if you’re ready to gross everyone out, we’ll get started with this tutorial.
Here’s what you’ll need:
Apply Pro=Saide with a q-tip to the outside of the hand and let it dry for a couple of mintues.
Using three q-tips with the cotton pulled off (keep the cotton pieces), apply them to the hand. Be sure to put them in the same area where the actual bones are. Trim as needed.. Next, use the cotton pieces that you pulled off the q-tips and stretch them across the rest of the area with the pro-saide.
Apply liquid latex around the area and be sure to cover up the ends of the q-tips.
While you are waiting for the latex to dry, begin applying black and red from your Burn and Injury Wheel using a q-tip, add it to the inside of the wound.
Finally, add Stage Blood to the area using a spray bottle.
Thanks for checking out this week’s tutorial.
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Until then… live, love, paint!
Stacey Perry is the owner of and primary face painter for Peekaboo Faces located in Lafayette, Louisiana. Stacey also blogs for FacePaint.com
You can visit Stacey’s Artist Page at www.Sistahmatic.com
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