I am just giving all them sneak peaks this month! Complete serious, I am trying to hold October beauty free, but I am also going on full time school so I need to prioritize that, and I hope as well you like to see my process behind my looks as well!
This is only the very start on the prosthetic piece I am making for the video coming up on Halloween, I hope you're exited and that this is getting some creativity towards your costume going, and other then that I'll be packed over my books this evening, so goodnight!


  1. Oh my god, I am so jealous of you! I don't have a face cast unfortunately but I still try to find ways to make prosthetics and wounds. It's incredible! I can't wait to see how it the finish sculpt looks like! As an SFX makeup artist, I am super excited for you! <3

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    1. Thank you! I was practicing with a fellow art enthusiast that I´m friends with, and casted several limbs before I went on to a face. I used mainly Todd Debrenci's book ´special effects for stage and screen´ as a guide to be safe and read the warnings on the worksheet. I´m very glad I casted several things before I tried the face! The finished sculpt will be up on Halloween <3