This was created in under 45min, done 1 handed obviously. That includes picture time also.
This was applied on my forearm, although I have used this method to do a full chest wound also. The technique can be used to achieve, many types of wounds.
Step 1: What you will need
~ Toilet paper- Full role
~ Plain flour- 4 Tsp
~ Jam- Blackcurrent or strawberry (no we are not baking a cake. )
~ Tomatoe sauce
~ Sharpie- Black/red
~ Foundation- This one might be a bit tricky, we may have to borrow some from your Mum or Girlfriend. Ladies your in luck, you may perhaps have some already. This is not strictly needed, yet will take your wound from looking almost fake to looking real.
~ Hair dryer- Makes things 10 times quicker
Step 2: Making our binder
Take your flour and put it in a saucepan. Add some water and heat on the stove top. (Kids get Mum or Dad to help please)
Stir till a paste forms. Add more water if necessary.
Set aside until we are ready.
Step 3: Priming the surface
I have chosen my forearm, so I have painted up to my hair level and slightly beyond.
This layer is what binds the wound to our skin.
Take your hair dryer, place it on warm setting and dry off the layer of glue.