Skull Trophy

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PRED1535

New Member
As the debut of my Predator was more succesful than i imagined, i have started to put together some add ons, carry withs etc.

will be adding dread rings soon, and a few bone necklaces and trinkets etc

However i always wanted an excuse to carry a skinned skull and spine with me in civvie street, so after sourcing a local supplier of anotomically correct skulls, bones and human bits n peices, on ebay, $80 later, I have a skull and right hand

the hand has enough bones to make a necklace and or hang a finger or two from different parts, if i so desire

the skull, well jaw bone actually, will hang from my belt. (pretty sure i saw that in one of the flix)

A spine is en route as we speak and will be secured to the skull, which thru trial and error (ok i fluked it) now looks like i just hunted some poor dude who cut me off in traffic and peeled his head like an onion, thanks to mixing tamiya 'flat red' and modellers 'white scenic glue' into a flesh like mixture.

it dries quite quickly, so haste is of the essence, majority was applied with a cloth, and the chunkier bits a small brush..

however this quick dying actually left a 'skin' on the mix, which i was able to use as pieces of mmmmm lumpy flesh

finished effort is much better than i anticipated....thoughts?

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will add to this once spine arrives
 

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Lflank

Well-Known Member
A spine is en route as we speak and will be secured to the skull, which thru trial and error (ok i fluked it) now looks like i just hunted some poor dude who cut me off in traffic and peeled his head like an onion, thanks to mixing tamiya 'flat red' and modellers 'white scenic glue' into a flesh like mixture.

it dries quite quickly, so haste is of the essence, majority was applied with a cloth, and the chunkier bits a small brush..

however this quick dying actually left a 'skin' on the mix, which i was able to use as pieces of mmmmm lumpy flesh ;)

finished effort is much better than i anticipated....thoughts?

When I made my skull/spine, I used red food coloring mixed with Elmer's glue and dipped toilet paper into it. It made nice gooey hanging strips and chunks.
 

oneuglymf

New Member
Looks good. I found Fake blood, mixed with the cotton for halloween spider webs, or pretty much any cotton batting works well. gives a sinewy feel to it, and really makes it look like connective tissue, as well, it dries darker, like actual blood.

Throw the spine on there and lets have a proper look!
 

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PRED1535

New Member
the ebay seller who sold me the skull has sent a box of an unassembled anotomical skeleton, minus the skull for the cost of postage,,,$20 scooooore

so ill be making a necklace out of hands and feet bones,as well as the spine to attach to the skull,
 

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