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Stockton, CA, United States
2008
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a "chunk" of skin bitten off by the infected

This is some makeup fx i did on my friends hand. It was meant to look like someone or something had taken a chunk of flesh from his hand. I got the inspiration from Resident Evil when Michelle Rodriguez gets bitten by an infected woman.

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    add a layer of liquid latex to the desired area and allow to dry. Repeat this process until you have the desired thickness for your "wound." 1-6 coats should be enough.

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    then when fully dry begin to lift small amounts of the liquid latex off the skin to make "blisters" in the skin. you can puncture the latex as well.

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    once you have the desired look add one final coat of latex just to set it in place.

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    begin adding red and black color to it. you want to color the wound mostly red and mix in a little black to change the color from bright red to blood red. you then want to add black along the outside to make it look like its bruising.

    TIP: you don't need to use halloween or professional makeup you can use a cheap red lipstick and a creamy black eyeliner.Just make sure to use a brush or makeup sponge to apply.

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    Then your ready to add the fake blood. I recommend using blood gel instead of liquid blood because it stays in place and it has more of a realistic blood clot look.
    You can then add setting powder if you would like and voila you have a bloody body part!

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