You asked for more horror tutorials - you got 'em!Who is this tutorial for?
This tutorial is meant to be a starting point for experimentation with the use of fake blood in photography, aimed at people who would like to have a go at making their own fake blood from ingredients that can be easily and cheaply obtained from most supermarkets and grocery stores. While store-bought blood is mentioned, this recipe reference focuses on home-made blood rather than professional-level theatrical or special effects make-up. Go stalk `Battledress
for that stuff, cause they're awesome and considerably more knowledgeable than me.Be careful. Srsly.
I shouldn't need to say this, but I'm going to just in case. Whatever you do, don't go pouring crazy substances into your eyes (been there, done that, suffered greatly) or dousing your face or body with anything that isn't supposed to go on skin. Obviously I can't guarantee that you won't be allergic to any or all the substances referred to in this tutorial, so please be careful and if in doubt, do a patch test 48 hours before applying larger amounts of any concoction to your skin.Got a recipe I haven't mentioned here?
If you make your fake blood using ingredients or methods I haven't mentioned here and you'd like to submit a tutorial about it to dA, please send me a link so I can add your recipe to my Horror Tutorials
collection and Horror Resource Guide
All illustrative images are from my own gallery. If you want to see more than a little tiny square of each of them, here are the relevant links (in order, from top to bottom): The End of the Night 1 Exodus 7:19 Vicious Little Whispers Grace (shown in colour and monochrome) Executionress Delicious
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