Webbed Fingers

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Introduction: Webbed Fingers

 it a fairly simple way to give yourself webbed hands for those days your just feel fishy

things you will need
 liquid latex ( i use brand X)
card stock
Q-tip 

trace hand on card stock , if it helps make little tabs to help hold the card in place. cut them out and place in between your finger.  the latex really just cover it on there , you are going to have to go over your hand a few times let it dry and go over it again ( try not to let it touch itself it will stick and then your going to have to start over, when it is a little dry but some baby powder or makeup sealer on it this will help so it wont stick to itself .once done you can paint over it with face/body paints .the paints with oil in them gives a better look, the water based ones dry better . 

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    32 Discussions

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    nogoodnikki
    nogoodnikki

    9 years ago on Introduction

    i want to thanks everyone who commented and added some nice ways to make the hands water prof .... given the time i plan on trying out some of your suggestions and will TRY and make a new video ...

    thansk again

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    bdoggy45
    bdoggy45

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    wait there not water prof that was the whole reason i watched this

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    nogoodnikki
    nogoodnikki

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    sorry for the disappointment i was not makeing them for swimming i was doing it for an out of water costume, but if you wanted them water prof there are alot of good comments with helpfull hints .... sorry this was not what you where looking for ,

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    laurent123
    laurent123

    9 years ago on Introduction

    i made mine out of all liquid laytex by making cardboard fingerwebs and pushing them into plado and filling it with about 2 millemeters thick of liquid laytex (like four layers) then atached them to my hand, it was wateproof and moved quite welll with my hands

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    killerx
    killerx

    9 years ago on Introduction

    Now if you could get them water proof and made for feet :]

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    just2drops
    just2drops

    9 years ago on Introduction

    i had done some work on liquid latex before,,,
    you can try curing the latex once applied with diluted acetic acid or vinegar..(spraying works best, i used an old windex bottle)
    the latex hardens and will become waterproof and wont tear that easily..
    you could infact remove your webbed glove like a glove..
    id also suggest adding another layer of latex on to the cured glove to strengthen it.
    nice work.. brings back memories

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    bizshop
    bizshop

    9 years ago on Introduction

    To make webbed fingers you use while swimming, get the wide industrial velcro. Wear a pair of gloves (latex or rubber kitchen gloves. Spread your fingers and attach the velcro in strips across your fingers top and bottom, so the velcro meshes/engages between fingers. This makes a very easy webbed effect and is instantly removable.

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    nogoodnikki
    nogoodnikki

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    i wish, no once they get wet the lose their power and fall apart

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    Garasvaldi
    Garasvaldi

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    have you tried adding a few more layers of latex and brushing latex out from the webs down to the wrist?

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    toad
    toad

    9 years ago on Introduction

    try plastic dip avalible at hardware stores (may be toxic)to make this water proof.