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SPECIAL EFFECTS & PROPMAKING - Photos

Creating A Silicone Severed Head Using a Shell Shock Mold
Creating a silicone severed head using Dragon Skin, Shell Shock and Plasti-Paste



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Breakaway Glass Window Pane Sequence
Using Mold Max 30 silicone and SMASH! plastic to create a large window pane of breakaway glass.



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Shell Shock® 'Plate' Mold For Casting A Skin-Tite® Wound
This step by step will illustrate how to make a flat resin 'plate mold' that you can cast platinum silicone into to make a realistic scar or wound.



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Casting a Realistic Flexible Foam Sword Prop
Creating a safe and stage-ready prop sword using Cast Magic powders and FlexFoam-iT!® 25.



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Making a Two-Piece Silicone Mold to Cast a Flexible Police Baton Prop
Creating a safe and stage-ready prop police baton using Mold Max® 30 silicone rubber and C-1515® semi-rigid urethane resin.



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Creating Lightweight Theatrical Costume Armor
Andreas Moravec demonstrates a technique for creating theatrical armor using Rebound 25® silicone and Smooth Cast® resins.



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Horror Film F/X Artist’s Concerns About Breakaway Glass ‘Laid To Rest’
Filming a horror film on the grounds of a former asylum for the criminally insane presented challenges for F/X artist Eric Porn. Thanks to SMASH, the shoot was a success.



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Making 'Joker' Style Silicone Scar Appliances
A detailed description of molding and casting these popular silicone appliances.



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Molding and Casting a Star Trek Klingon Disruptor Using Mold Max Silicone and Smooth-Cast Plastic
Learn how to make a replica of a well known TV prop weapon using Mold Max 15T and Smooth Cast 320.



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Making a Quick And Easy Brush On Silicone Halloween Mask That Looks Like It Took Days To Create
Making a quick and easy brush on silicone zombie mask using Dragon Skin Q and Silc-Pig pigments.



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Using Brush-On 40 To Paint Urethane Rubber
In the following example, Brush-On 40 is thinned with mineral spirits, brushed and airbrushed onto the surface of a Reoflex 30 casting.



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How To Make a Breakaway Glass Bottle
A core mold method for making breakaway beer bottles using Mold Max silicone and SMASH plastic.



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