Scars With Bubblegum

Cheapest method for making fx effect. This instructional show you how to make fake wounds with bubblegum instead of fx wax. AMAZING EFFECT GUARANTEED !


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Step 1: The Base

instead of fx wax you can take a non-sugar bubblegum.make the desired form of the wound you want to make. And apply skin tone( your color).

Step 2: The Real Thing

Take a blade and cut trough the gum( dont cut yourself).

Step 3: The Color

put some black and after apply some red makeup. Make this wound more real.

Step 4: The Final Scene

your wound need blood. Take fake blood or just make it yourself with corn sirup and red dye.
Your are done. This beautiful ?


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    gez

    8 years ago on Step 2

    and why a real blade? you can unsharpen it by a simple piece of stone or another metal, isn't using the sharpened one a little bit stupid?

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    chinaoldman

    8 years ago on Introduction

    thanks now my mouth is full of bubble gum because of your great idea...thanks

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    SmurfMama

    8 years ago on Introduction

    I remember coming across this last year and ended up using it for Halloween. It was a blast to do and came out great. My only problem is that I would often forget I had bubblegum on me and accidentally touch it all. I was a mess by the end of the night. It can also be a tad bit time consuming, so it can look great with some planning. The one I did on my brother's neck was MUCH more dramatic (no pics unfortunately) than my random ones. I'd do it again if I didn't have to take care of a newborn this year. My little baby boy is due in October. ^_^

    Oh, and I used Hubba Bubba with the cheap make-up from a halloween store. A skin tone, black, brown, and red worked fine.

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    Dumbryth

    10 years ago on Introduction

    First, I'd probably chew it to mold it, then flatten out the side that touches your skin. Last, I would use Spirit Gum to attach it for a while. BTW nice instructable.

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    lostinoz

    10 years ago on Introduction

    By the way, I think this is really clever and cool! I'm wanting to try it, but I want to make sure I get it right and I want it to stay in place for the whole evening!

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    lostinoz

    10 years ago on Introduction

    Did you mix the makeup in with the gum first? And how'd you get it to stay in place?

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    csalmeron36

    11 years ago on Introduction

    How do you get the gum to get that form and make flexible like that.

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    loup226pyro13

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    my english is bad.the stuff the women apply on face what is the name ?