Introduction: Fake Blood
Hey have you ever wanted to look like a person or creature that was hurt badly with blood all over them, but you don't want to get hurt? I mean, like when you see people in the movies with blood dripping on them, doesn't that just look awesome? What good is a costume without blood? Without blood you wouldn't have convincing vampires,zombies and no creepy creatures. Well I've got good news for you. You have come to the right instructable.
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Step 1: Getting the Materials
To make the fake blood is actually easier than you think. You will need these simple materials.
- Toilet Paper
- Red Food Coloring
- Old Toothbrush
- Cocoa Powder
Step 2: Mixing and Applying the Materials
- Pour 15 drops of glue into the bowl.
- Add 3-4 drops off food coloring.
- Mix the two until it's mixed well.
- Add some cocoa powder to darken the blood and make it look more realistic.
- Mix until it has a nice darkish red color.
- If it is not dark enough just add more cocoa powder and mix again.
Step 3: Applying the Materials
- Then with the toothbrush tap it on the blood and then tap your skin so that it has some glue on it.
- Now if u have a double layered toilet paper, separate it so it has only one layer(if you don't have it's fine).
- Then get the toilet paper and apply it on the part where you tapped the blood with the toothbrush.
- Then get the toothbrush with some blood on its bristles and tap again on the toilet paper until it is nice and thick and you cant see the toilet paper.
- Repeat these steps so that you can have as many parts of your body covered in blood.
- Finally, the last thing is to wait for it to dry up and look awesome.
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