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.
Step 4: Apply the skin curles
Remember the higher you make these, the further the wound will need to feather back into your normal skin .
To create the edge take some toilet paper and make two rolled and twisted lengths. Apply a little glue to the bottom edge and lay them along the wound edges...
Blow dry the area.
Step 5: Sheet layer
First we need to paint a thin layer of glue to help it stick.
Lay it over and press it down into all the gaps, chances are it we tear, don't worry.
Once it is on there take some more glue and saturate it, untill the TP almost goes see through.
Make sure the glue soaks back down to the skin.
Dry the area well.
Step 6: Tear back
Gently pull away the excess.
Dry the area again.
Step 7: Creating detail
I have decided to go for a bit of a skin flap around the edge.
Take more TP and pack it where you want it.
Use more glue where needed.
Step 8: Sheet layer
Saturate the entire area, make sure to soak the glue through all the wound to the skin.
This is important to ensure your features bond well to the base layer. You don't want bits falling off everwhere, no do you?
Dry the area off.
Use some glue to dissolve and feather the outer edges into your skin. Remove any square edges to the TP.
Apply some final smoothing layers. Your may need to do half thickness TP sheets, so separate the two or three ply.
Dry off entire wound. Make sure it is bone dry down to the bottom layers.
Step 9: Adding a black / red layer
Black is always great for wounds. Use your marker to fill in any cavity and the inside of the wound.
When your sharpie / marker runs out, open it and use the inside to give it a more feathered texture.
I like to repeat this process, up onto my skin to aid transition. Maybe best to use non-toxic markers, for that means though.
Step 10: Adding foundation and food stuffs
Once the foundation is down, it is time for some more goo.
Apply a thin layer of tomatoe sauce to the entire wound, let it soak into the TP to send it reddish. Dry this layer off, it smells like sauce if you don't. I apply the sauce back onto my skin, you do not have to if you do not want.
Alternatively you could buy a blood capsule.
Finally we need to add some sticky shiney goop. This is our jam.
Apply in thin layers and dry. If you add too much it will just run off / everywhere.