Pred blood!!

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MotoGuy75

Well-Known Member
Hello,

You can also make your own using a green glow stick and KY jelly,that is how the original Predator blood was made in the films.Just a thought.

Daren
 

Guan Thwei

New Member
The AVP Blood Gel packs are good as a collecting item I think I would have to agree with glow sticks and KY. The KY makes it thicker that way it stays on a lot longer instead of the thinner liquid that is already in the tube.
 

ancientpredator

New Member
A better plan is to buy the expensive fluoresic green paint paint (waterbase is the best). And make a correct mixture of water and gelatine or another thickning agent and dilute a tiny bit of the paint in it.
Smart thing is to ask the shop if the paint is already glowing or not. Sometimes it has to be activated with blackligth.

Keep the thick paint in a very good zip-lock bag hidden somewhere in a leather bag with your pred outfit and use it on the cosplay-field instantly.

(I have worked for 2 years in grimage ectr.)
 

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predarandy11

New Member
hey guys this what i was thinking for my mask just a different question quite similar ummm . I have a latex pred mask from ruffkin and i wanna upgrade it more i was thinking burning skewers and dip them on the latex and it will melt the latex whichj will look like a scar on its face would that work??? and after that paint some lil lime green on it !! i was planing to try it but i dont know if its safe :)
 

Guan Thwei

New Member
hey guys this what i was thinking for my mask just a different question quite similar ummm . I have a latex pred mask from ruffkin and i wanna upgrade it more i was thinking burning skewers and dip them on the latex and it will melt the latex whichj will look like a scar on its face would that work??? and after that paint some lil lime green on it !! i was planing to try it but i dont know if its safe :)
Actually I would not recommend that @ all. The best way is to do this purchase a toasty foam latex prosthetic like this one.
Adhere the prosthetic anywhere you want on the mask and paint it green with the glow in the dark paint.
 
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Usurper

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Predarandy11.

You CAN melt an dremel latex, ive done it several times and as long as you are careful and its a nice thick pull you will be fine.

you can then build up some layers around the damage with liquid latex.
 

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