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DIY Eye Sugery by RabidBallerina DIY Eye Sugery by RabidBallerina
Cause what safer way could you do it than with safty pins?


Actually about half-way through this I realized it was probably dangerous having even closed pins near my eye, so DON'T try this at home, kids.

That being said, however, I'm still happy with it. (even though you can't see all the safty pins so well here.)

Done with: Little bit of liquid latex, geletin, corn flakes, food dye, etc
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candy-yuki Feb 11, 2013  Student Artist
D: officially creeped...really cool though
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GodzillaKrueger Dec 5, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
So gorey...I freakin' love it!
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Kmooz15 Oct 27, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
omg so cool!
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Icepick136 Aug 21, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
OUCH!!!
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:iconaiteamo:
COOL!

Perfect for Halloween... I like to scare people, seriously!
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zombiecrafter Mar 7, 2011
I applaud you. I intend to create a realistic zombie makeup in the future. You have just set a new standard for me. If you don't mind, I'd love some tips from you on how to create open wounds.
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RabidBallerina Mar 9, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you very much for your kind words! Well, for this particular job the key ingrediant is geletin. You buy standard unflavored knox geletin-check your baking or canning aisle-and mix in a small amount of (very!) hot water. It shold begin to gel and clump. It will take some practice to get the right consistency. Color it as you please; I prefer some red food dye, blood, and a dot of blue dye. (Blue is an excellent color to pair with reds for deep blood tones) You can now use this for dripping blood or for a bloody gloss. For the texture seen here, mix crushed corn flakes, (or cherios, or chex...you get it :) ), and slather on.

THe gouged eye effect is a circle cut out of black panty hose, adhered with liquid latex, patched around the outside with toliet paper, (make sure to use 1-ply, or at least non-flowered), covered with greasepaint and geletin. I always smudge a little greasepaint around the edge to blend.
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zombiecrafter Mar 10, 2011
You enticed a shot a laughter when you mentioned flowered toilet paper. I understand what you mean but I got some mental image of a torn wound with flower patterns on the edges. But I really do thank you for the tip. I'm off to check the rest of your works as I'm very curious about what else you did so far.
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RabidBallerina Mar 10, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Haha, well would you take a mangeled zombie very seriously if he had teddy bears and hearts imprinted in his face? XD
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zombiecrafter Mar 11, 2011
I might if it's an 8-year old. Those zombies are disturbing to say the least. :fear:
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