Step 1: Supplies
Red Spray Paint
Red Acrylic Paint
Black Acrylic Paint
Step 2: Build Up the Gore
Once you have a couple of base layers, turn the eyeball over to allow it to start dripping or extending the "gore". This gives the eyeball the illusion that it has been ripped out of the socket with the muscles attached.
Step 3: Paint Your Eyeballs
After the spray paint has dried, paint the fleshy part with red acrylic paint and let it dry. Then I watered down some black acrylic paint and brushed it over the red. If it appears too heavy, use a dry brush to remove the excess.
Once your eyeballs are dry, you can coat them with polyurethane to give them a gloss. I chose not to for these eyeballs.
Now your eyeballs are ready to use in your Halloween display! I used one in a squirrel prop. The squirrel is eating it!