Tom Ramcigam (magicmarmot) wrote,
Tom Ramcigam

More corpse pics

These are some pics after I just put on the second layer. You can see how much of a difference it makes.

The wet latex is still very white in comparison to the dry latex-- look at the chin.

I put a dab of latex on the eye to see if I could give it that slightly clouded over look. The wet latex just makes it look diseased and pus-y (almost spelled something different there).

The right side. You can see the rotted/eaten away effect that the layers of the spiderweb material give. And this is a good shot of the detail on the teeth.

The left side. Really a totally different look. You can't really see the holes in the top layer here, but they should show up nicely when it's finally painted.

The thing in the foreground is an appliance I'm making for a Halloween costume. It's based loosely on this:

Rob. Zombie. Get it?


I'm clever.

And if this just isn't enough for you, I present to you this page, where you can order your very own corpse. Excellent price, too.

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