Introduction: Dollar Store Skull Corpsing With Spray Foam No 1
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How to corpse those cheap dollar store skulls with spray foam and paint
This is a super easy technique to corpse a skull or any other prop that needs to be fleshy and chunky. This is the first of 3 corpsing techniques using cheap dollar store skulls. Watch the video here, and subscribe while you're there.
Red and black paint
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Step 1: Spray Foam
This is a very messy tutorial, make sure to cover your work area.
Spray some foam onto the work surface and, using gloves, grab some foam and start smearing it onto the skull. Cover the whole skull, don't get foam on the teeth.
Let foam rest for 10 minutes while the foam expands and forms a workable skin.
Step 2: Painting the Flesh
When the spray foam is dry to the touch (about 10-15 mins), paint the foamed area with the red paint. Get the paint deep in all the cracks and crevices. Don't paint the teeth or any exposed "bone". Let this coat dry. Using a broad brush, lightly paint the top of the red foam with black paint so that only the very outside layer is black and the rest is still red (see the video to see what I mean). Let dry thoroughly.
Step 3: Staining and Finishing Up
Using a foam brush or cotton swab, cover the whole skull with wood stain, then immediately wipe off with a clean paper towel. You are done and should have a nice skull that looks like human BBQ.
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