Boo-yah! I've just made this milestone horror icon: Ghostface from the 1996 classic horror film Scream. His face is so blood-curdling, it will leave you screaming in horror...really!
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Step 1: Materials
To make this, you will need:
- black and white oven-bake clay
- aluminum foil
- clay modeling tools
Step 2: Prep White Clay
First, roll your white clay to make it soft and pliable.
Step 3: White Stuff
From there, mold the clay into the shape of the Ghostface's face.
Step 4: Features
Now, break apart some black clay and use it for his eyes, nose, and mouth.
Step 5: Black Cape
From that point, roll out some black clay and mold it around the face to look like his actual cape.
Step 6: Dimension
Finally, break off a little bit more of the white clay to add some dimension to his face.
Step 7: Bake the Ghost
Now, bake the ghost according to the clay package directions. My clay bakes at 275 degrees for 15 minutes. When it's ready, take it out to cool off.
Step 8: Glaze
From there, just spray on a layer of gloss varnish, let dry, and it's done!
Step 9: Boo!
Perfect as a Halloween decoration, this is one ghostly creation that would make anyone "Scream"!