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borge009

New Member
hi I just want to ask what other material could be use aside from latex? can latex paint can be use as alternative? Aside from the foam is there other material that we can use?
 

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knuckledragger

New Member
Elmers glue... If you spread it all over yourself or a suit it will make a rubbery latex-like finish on your skin when dried.... Its paintable and cheap too! This is kind of wierd but I have heard of guys melting down gummy bears into a thick runny type substance, painting it on your suit with a brush, and then when it dries it forms a latex-like finish! Again gummy bears are paintable as well.... Both items are at dollar stores worldwide and a suit will end up costing you about $10 bucks!

Hope this helps.
 

Roydraven

New Member
Elmers glue... If you spread it all over yourself or a suit it will make a rubbery latex-like finish on your skin when dried.... Its paintable and cheap too! This is kind of wierd but I have heard of guys melting down gummy bears into a thick runny type substance, painting it on your suit with a brush, and then when it dries it forms a latex-like finish! Again gummy bears are paintable as well.... Both items are at dollar stores worldwide and a suit will end up costing you about $10 bucks!

Hope this helps.
WHAT that's crazy :lol: that's insane i believe u,just cant believe it LOL would like to see a photo of it
 

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borge009

New Member
how much will it cost if you use latex for your mask and body?

has anybody used elmers glue or the gummy bears for their costume here?
is it strong enough?
 

frosty

Sr Member
gummy bears? your kidding right.
People have made suit parts out of foam and coated that with glue, for a suit, you could get a rambo muscle shirt and repaint it with fabric paint, that would work and be cheaper than a latex skin
 

juiceredrum

Well-Known Member
Elmers glue... If you spread it all over yourself or a suit it will make a rubbery latex-like finish on your skin when dried.... Its paintable and cheap too! This is kind of wierd but I have heard of guys melting down gummy bears into a thick runny type substance, painting it on your suit with a brush, and then when it dries it forms a latex-like finish! Again gummy bears are paintable as well.... Both items are at dollar stores worldwide and a suit will end up costing you about $10 bucks!

Hope this helps.


thats just great lol
 

YautjaSlayer

New Member
make sure that the liquid gummy bears are boiling hot before you put it onto yourself, then you do not even need to make the skin as you will have a gummy bear skin that will be attached to yours untill you eat your way out. :(



(WARNING: never ever for any reason attempt this....) (and if you do make sure to get it on film....) :D
 

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Akisha

New Member
You could use a diving suit for the skin part. but that would get rediculousley hot.. I have heard of some people using diving suits before, but I dont think you would want to make
a mask out of a diving suit =P
 

LordOderus

New Member
For the body suit you can also go with a spandex or lycra unitard. They take to painting very well, aren't very hot, are very breathable and are comfortable. It doesn't look as "skin" like as latex, but with a good paintjob it will look pretty damn good.
 

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