Step 3: Toilet paper time

Now, take that 2-ply toilet paper and separate the sheets, so you have two very thin pieces. Take on and tear it into strips, roll said strips into a ball, then stick onto the wax. We're trying to accomplish the look that it's tissue (lawl, no pun intended) that's been ruptured when the wound occured!

After you have as much as you want (seriously, go crazy), take the red cream make-up and a brush and start splotching the red onto the toilet paper.
<p>very cool idea but where do u get the items to do this</p>
have you been stabed in the face
stabbed* ?*
If you don't have any face or body wax... Toothpaste will work. Sounds crazy, I know... I tried it and it works.
Very cool, my kids will love this!<br />
Please give any suggestion to the &quot;Instructables the Movie&quot; at <a href="http://www.instructables.com/community/Instructables-the-movie/">http://www.instructables.com/community/Instructables-the-movie/</a><br/>
Liquid Latex + torn pieces of toilet paper make a good 3rd degree burn effect.
I believe oatmeal is also used to achieve a "burned flesh" effect, but I'm not sure how.
I'm not sure about how they use oatmeal, maybe mix it into the latex, etc? But another good way to do a burn is using gelatin. Mix some Knox gelatin with a little bit of water till its a goop, you don't want it runny. Then scoop it up and dab it on where you want the burn, mold it, work it however you want and then wait for it to dry. After it's dry you can seal it in latex and apply makeup as usual. I'm sure a quick Google search will get you more in depth instructions on making the gelatin itself.
looks like red velvet cake! Awesome!
That is very realistic. *reaches for shotgun*... hehe 5*
you done good job
If you wet your fingers before handling the wax it won't stick to you as bad. Also moist finger tips are good for smoothing out wax. Also, most gelatin make-up doesn't need the use of wax... just apply a droplet of witch hazel to the edge with a brush and then you can smoothen it out onto the skin. Also, if you don't have gelatin to make the skin, you can use liquid latex instead... lay down some wax paper... pour some liquid latex on it and tilt it till you get the coverage and thickness you want. Let it dry... after it's dry, powder it down with baby powder, finishing powder, etc... peel off of wax paper and powder the other side too. There you go, now you have a piece of latex skin to play with.
Thought you went missing, glad you didn't :)
Great instructable.
That looks so disgusting and real! Nice 'ible!
So dirty. Ewwwwwwwwwwwwwww.
nice I love doing zombie make up, the puffiness of it make it kinda look like the flesh underneath would be swollen and infected or even slightly torn out. do you make the gelatin skin or buy it? if you make it... how?

About This Instructable


61 favorites


Bio: I'm a nerdy girl, in every sense of the word! I love school, anime, manga, graphic novels, reading, writing, drawing, and, of course, doing ...
More by cbalefan: How to make a zombie face wound
Add instructable to: