As many know, Smooth-On products have been used for years to create movie special effects. Movies that pre-date and include "Jaws" all the way through Harry Potter have used our urethane rubber & plastics, silicones, foams, etc. to create movie magic.
|Slacker™ is a versatile one-component silicone modifier for platinum silicones (Dragon Skin™ or Ecoflex™) that allows the user to attain a variety of tactile effects. Applications include creating a variety of special effects, creating Halloween masks, etc. Slacker will soften and alter the "feel" of the cured silicone. The user can vary the amount of Slacker added to the silicone mix to better simulate the feel of human skin (depending on the users' interpretation of what human skin feels like).|
|Skin Tite™ is a versatile two-component special effects silicone rubber product that can be used as: 1. An adhesive to temporarily adhere platinum silicone appliances 2. An "on skin" sculpting medium to create wounds, scars, etc. directly on the skin. 3. A casting medium for casting into molds to create molded, reusable appliances (wounds, scars, etc.).|| |
|Psycho Paint™ - is a two component platinum silicone that is pigmented with Silc-Pig™ silicone pigments and then thinned with a solvent to make a paint that readily adheres to any cured platinum silicone. The mixture is applied using a brush or an air brush to a model's surface. Psycho Paint™ has a low viscosity that allows it to be delivered to a model's surface with an air brush. A lower viscosity also makes Psycho Paint™ easier to control. Psycho Paint™ layers on better and stays where you put it. The lower viscosity also allows you to spray Psycho Paint™ using an air brush and makes paint effects (like "stippling") easier to achieve. Psycho Paint™ is also faster curing and it adheres very well to itself and other platinum silicones. |
|SMASH!™ Plastic is a new urethane liquid plastic designed to shatter/crumble on impact ("breakaway glass"). SMASH!™ is water clear and, once fully cured, shatters like glass. It can be cast solid in thin sections to make window panes or rotationally cast to form hollow bottles, jars or other glass-like objects to be used as breakable props for movie and stage productions. Maximum recommended thickness is 1/8" (0.33 cm.).|| |