Skin?

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pred beginner

New Member
wondering if rd--407 can be used for the skin or will it be too resistant to movement? i havent been able to find the monsterroom latex online anywhere :( thanks for the help. jimmy
 

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ptgreek

Active Member
Rd-407 is basically the same as monster makers latex ..they are both a "slip latex" or "mask latex"
 

Uglimofo

New Member
Any regular art supply liquid latex works great and can be colored using acrylic paints. Works great!
 

Classic scar619

New Member
like uglimofo said any latex will work it doesn't have to be monsterroom i used cil outdoor latex and mixed it with arcrylic paint and it works great
 

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Effects Guy

New Member
There is also Frend's and Motion Picture FX. Nigel's too, but I have received a lot of mislabelled stuff from them, at least by the time it got to me overseas. Acrylics are fine, but if you add to much it screws with the flexibility and strength of the latex. I would say 10% paint, maximum. You can also color with universal tints, like Pro Line, available at an hardware store. A little of that goes a long way
 

Uglimofo

New Member
Another good art supply site for liquid latex is DickBlick.com. I am making textured skin and quills using this stuff.
 

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