Tutorials

Written by Paddy McGurgan

Recreate any genre of tattoo using the classic aged black and green colors of the past with Skin Illustrator's new Tattoo Classics.   From the old, faded, hand-made style to modern recreations of tribal bands to historical designs, Tattoo Classics can easily produce the aged effect you desire.   The only variable is your application technique. Make it look modern, make it look classic, make it look like it's been there forever! You must use Skin Illustrator Activator or 99% alcohol to activate the color pigment.  Do Not use 70% alcohol, MEK, acetone, water or any other solvent. Available here at Face FX...

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Written by Paddy McGurgan

Find out how to put on NImba Creations prosthetics......Here we show you how to apply, paint and dress a horrific 'Ripped Face' prosthetic to get professional results - buy yours from FaceFX here:  

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Written by Paddy McGurgan

Before you use the liquid latex, you should mix the coloring well to ensure that all of the pigment that may have settled to the bottom of the bottle is fully homogenized with the rest of the liquid latex in the bottle. You may accomplish this by stirring or by shaking. Draw a simple design using the brush cap included with your Colored Liquid Latex. Try to paint evenly without heavy drips of latex in any one area Allow the latex to dry completely without touching it with anything, except perhaps the warm breath of a hair dryer to help...

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