Instruction Pamphlet-terminator (advanced)


Instruction Pamphlet-terminator (advanced)
Step 7: Removal
-Using a brush or q-tip saturated in remover, brush
all over the edges and let sit for a few minutes. Peel
up the edge and brush on remover underneath as
you lift, moving around the forehead until the entire
piece is free. Go not rush or you may
injure your skin! Use soap and hot water to remove
remaining make-up and then apply a thin layer of
vitamin E lotion to entire face and neck if desired.
Step 8: Storage
-Store your prosthetic in a ziplock storage bag and
keep in a cool, dry location.
Created by Jesse Melchior
Items you will need for the make-up
-all items included with kit
-small paintbrush or q-tips
-paper towels
-baby powder
-hair gel (optional)
-old toothbrush (optional)
-Silicolor Make-up Kit
-Cab-O-Patch (optional)
-rubbing alcohol
-2 AAA batteries
Step 1: Fitting
-Place make-up
appliance on subject,
and lightly powder
around the outside
edges on the skin to
create an outline.
This will help with
placing the appliance
back on after glue is
applied. Brush back hair with water or styling gel to
hold in place while make-up is applied.
“edges” along the outside of the prosthetic. Let dry, powder,
and re-apply if necessary. Coat with a layer or two of Liquid
Latex to seal and blend the edges further.
Step 3: LED Wire Placement
Glue LED wire down on face and behind ear and run down
the neck under shirt and into pocket. Use double-sided stick
tape to adhere wire to neck area if you prefer. If you have
access to Morticianʼs Wax, you can use that to hide the
wire. Use a spatula or popsicle stick to spread the wax over
the wire, and smooth the edges into your skin. Coat with
liquid latex to seal the wax and apply make-up over top of it.
Step 4: Make-up
STEP 2: Adhering
-Using the included sponge,
take small amounts of the liquid
make-up and sponge it lightly
from the prosthetic edges
outward onto the skin. Continue
to cover the face with a light
coating of make-up in order to
blend face and forehead
together. Continue make-up
down on the neck if desired.
Instructions for
using Silicone
Step 5: FX Colors & Splatter
-Paint the underside of the prosthetic up to the edges
with a thin layer of the adhesive. Apply a thin layer of
adhesive to the area of the face that prosthetic will be
applied to. Do not let adhesive dry...position the
prosthetic immediately in place on the face and press
together. Allow to set for 1 minute. Use brush dipped in
alcohol to flatten edges. Apply more adhesive on edges
if necessary. Some artists prefer to use Liquid Latex, or
Cab-O-Patch, a creamy prosthetic bondo to blend the
edges of the prosthetic into the skin. To use this product,
Apply a small amount using a dental spatula or popsicle
stick, running it smoothly along the edge, filling in any
gaps between the prosthetic and the skin. Blend and
smooth the “bondo” until there are no longer any visible
Splatter paint is a thinned-down
make-up, and is meant to be
applied by “splattering” the
color onto the prosthetic makeup. This adds texture to the
make-up, and helps to blend it
into your own skin.
To use splatter paint with the
silicone prosthetic, you will
need the SILICOLOR MAKEUP KIT, a small paper cup, an
old toothbrush or a 1/2” chip
brush (with the bristles cut in half, making them slightly
stiffer), and a sponge. Simply pour a small amount into a
cup, dip the toothbrush or chip brush into the paint and
squeeze some of the excess paint out. Hold the brush
about 6-8” from the prosthetic or your skin, and slide your
thumb or finger along the bristles, splattering the paint onto
the surface.
You want a variety of the size of the splatter particles, with
the largest being about 1/8” round (about half the size of
an eraser head on a pencil), and you may want or need to
thin the paint even more so with water, preferably distilled the paint splatters a translucent look.
When using splatter paint for a flesh-colored make-up, I
start with painting the prosthetic and skin with the base
medium flesh color, then splatter on the blush color (rouge
red), then move to purple bruise, then darker flesh tones,
then brown (espresso) for a freckled look, and finish off
with the medium flesh tone, and sometimes add a bit
more rouge red color if I want more of a reddish tone to
the make-up. Avoid getting too much on the already
painted prosthetic piece...cover it with a paper towel while
splattering if necessary.
Use a sponge to pat and absorb the excess or large paint
spatters on the face. Smaller splatter particles are better!
Now take the brown & purple colors and repeat the same
process. Next, take the original flesh color, and repeat
the process again. Be careful not to over do it! You are
blending your skin color to the forehead make-up for a
more realistic appearance.
When finished, lightly powder your face and neck, and
then blot lightly with a damp paper towel.
-Add small scratches around edge of appliance using
included fx colors for added realism. Keep scratches thin,
using varying colors of red along scratch.
*Purchase Silicolor Make-up Kit from my webstore:
Step 6: Details
-Using a brush or q-tip, paint
included blood around inside
edge of appliance, smearing
lightly on various parts of the
metallic surface. DONʼT
-When finished, brush hair
naturally overtop of the
appliance to hide the edges.

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