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In this instructable I will show you how to make your own blood and guts halloween props and save some money.
 
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Step 1: Materials used

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Materials used:

1 can grey primer.

1 can black spray paint.

2 different color red spray paints.

1 can of glossy clearcoat.

1 or more cans of crack and gap spray foam insulation.

parchment paper.



Optional Materials:

Spare clothing

black birds, I purchased at the dollar store as well as online.

fake rats from dollar store.

assorted fingers, ears, noses, eyeballs. I picked these up from the Dollar store as well.

fake hands

You can purchase all of these I'm sure from most halloween stores but they are often pricey. Cook at your local thrift/dollar stores first then online for these kind of cheap props.




Step 2: Prep your working surface

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Lay down a few sheets of non stick parchment paper. The gap and crack foam were using for this project will stick to anything it touches.

It won't stick to the paper making removing it easy once were done

Step 3: Apply foam insulation to paper

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Holding the can upside down and with the nozzle just above the paper, gently press the trigger. Draw out a pattern of guts, the size and shape are entirely up to you.

Note, the slower you move the can the thicker the bead laid down will become. Also keep in mind this foam expands as it drys so keep the initial lines less than an inch thick.

You can see the expansion of the foam in the images above.

Step 4: Prime and apply black

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Once the foam has dried spray with the grey primer. It's better to spray 1 or more thin layers than 1 heavy one.

After the primer has dried, spray paint all the creases, crevices, nooks, and crannys black.

Step 5: Spray 1st coating of red

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Once the black has dried take the darker of the two reds your using and spray most of the unpainted foam. Overlapping with the black is fine just try not to completely cover the black.

Try to leave a few areas unpainted as well.

nice :D

ewwwwwwwwwwwwww

SparkySolar21 days ago

wow

SparkySolar21 days ago

wow

bretinc23 days ago

great job on this instructible brother!!

cheers!

ghoulishly awesome.
mperkins43324 days ago

I love this! I am so excited to do try this tomorrow!

ccruz1224 days ago
I love that idea n it's fascinating n wonderful creation n it makes it so real .
This is so creative! Great job!
cortchops4 months ago

Hey i have some questions about Great Stuff that is completely unrelated.

is there any spray i could use to make great stuff to not stick to plaster or some other surface? any advice would be great!

-Cortchops

jzuwala motts (author)  cortchops4 months ago
wd-40 would probably work, though I'm not sure if that would damage the plaster or not

alright thanks for your help

-Cortchops

lisamarie5 months ago

Rad!! Love the crow chomp scene!

Blackcloud1615 months ago

TOTALLY AWESOME!!!!
I love that it is both simple and VERY convincing!

Tip of the hat to you mate!

oldmicah5 months ago

that is so disgusting and so....so....awesome! I've used great stuff before with orange Christmas lights for Molten-y lava effects, but never thought of this! Great build!

Triclaw5 months ago

great stuff is even what the pros use I did a hall of souls with great stuff and old masks