In this tutorial we cast our 10lb density flexible foam into a 73-25 silicone mold. This is a self-skinning foam that achieves a tough skin surface and works well with our metallic powders.
This is a great way to create simple claw wounds or scratches using Gel-10. We created the cuts with Gel-10 and then added color with Skin Illustrator colors. We finished off the effect with Fleet Street Blood.
In this tutorial we pour hot Monster Clay into a Gel-10 lifecast mold. This method will also work with a Genesis X or Accucast Alginate mold, but care must be taken to avoid overheating the clay as clay hotter than 200F will cause the alginate mold to distort.
In this tutorial we make an EZ Flo 120 mold for casting Gel-OO or Deadened Gel-10 appliances. This is a fairly in-depth mold process that requires mold making experience with plaster molds.
In this tutorial we show the casting process for a basic silicone prosthetic using Gel-00 Platinum Silicone. Gel-OO cures to a soft, stretchy silicone rubber that is ideal for basic facial and body prosthetics.
This is a follow up video to our previous tutorial on silicone mask making. In this video we show how to sculpt details onto a Gel-00 silicone mask.
In this tutorial we demonstrate a method for creating realistic masks with a simple, relatively low-cost method. This is a great mask making technique for haunted houses and simple Halloween costumes.
This is a great way to create "out of the kit" wounds that are incredibly realistic and fairly quick to apply. Gel-10 has a 5-6 minute working time and sets in about 30 minutes to an A10 rubber. Using Gel-10 on the skin will speed the cure.