A sculpture is created in non-sulphur clay.
Ease Release 200 is applied to the entire surface
Shell Shock® part A is measured (1A:5B by weight)
Shell Shock® part B is measured (1A:5B by weight)
The Shell Shock® is combined and mixed thoroughly.
A thin detail coat of Shell Shock® is stippled onto the clay sculpt
Another batch of Shell Shock® is measured and mixed
This second batch is applied in a thicker coating
A third batch of Shell Shock® is measured and mixed
The third layer is brushed on, creating a 3/8" (1cm) mold thickness
The Shell Shock® mold is removed from the board
Excess clay is cleared out of the mold using a wooden stick
After the edges of the mold are sanded smooth, Skin Tite® part A is measured (1A:1B by volume)
Skin Tite® part B is measured (1A:1B by volume)
Silc-Pig® flesh tone pigment is added to the Skin Tite® part B
The pigmented Skin Tite® part B is added to the Skin Tite® part A
The Skin Tite® silicone is mixed thoroughly for a perfect wound make-up effect.
The mixed Skin Tite® is spread into the mold using a wooden stick
Excess Skin Tite® is scraped away
After a 10 minute cure, the Skin Tite® piece is powdered
The Skin Tite® piece is then carefully removed from the Shell Shock® mold
The Skin Tite® wound make up appliance is now ready for application
Skin Tite is mixed and applied to the model's skin
The Skin Tite® piece is applied to the skin.
More Skin Tite® is mixed and used to blend the edges of the piece
After the Skin Tite® cures, theatrical makeup is applied for a fake blood effect.
The finished piece bends and flexes with the model's facial movements