Scar on Arm

Introduction: Scar on Arm

About: I am a boy with a passion for making fake wounds that look real I want them to be movie standards I have reached that once I also like making stuff

Here is how to make a movie worthy scar

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Step 1: Resouses

For this you will need Pva glue (or liquid laytix) Foundation of your skin coloer Tissue paper And a brush

Step 2: Apply Glue

First you will want to pick a spot on your arm. And put one layer of glue on it you can wait or you can dry it with a blow dryer. Once that is dry you will want to put anthoer layer of glue on Then you will want to put tissue paper over that. And rip the edges and plaster it down with more glue repet 4 times then dry

Step 3: Rip the Tissue Paper

rip the area of tissue papper you want to be the wound with a sharp object

Step 4: Make Fake Blood

You will need some fake blood to make this you will need red food coloring and blue and green. Put 5 drops of red put 1 drop of blue and 1 of green if this does not look right mix some more in . Now add 1 teaspoon of flour and one table spoon of golden surp

Step 5: Put Some Cololer on

This step is not nessasery but it does make it look a bit better. Use face crayons and use red blue and green and put it on the inside of the edeges

Step 6: Put Foundation On

Use the foundation to blend in the fake wound with the skin.

Step 7: Add Fake Blood

Add the fake blood in side the fake wound you have made. Add some finishing touchs and your done

Step 8: Finished

Your finished now go make some awsome movies

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    5 Discussions

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    a66fordvan
    a66fordvan

    6 years ago on Introduction

    This is awesome! Just what I was looking for, thanks for posting it!

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    pheesom
    pheesom

    6 years ago

    It's an open wound not a scar . Nice tutorial though

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    gierso
    gierso

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    maybe without the fake blood it would look like a scar ;)