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Creating rashes and burns

Creating rashes and burns: Creating a Short Film: 06 Working on Set
Creating rashes and burns: Creating a Short Film: 06 Working on Set

Standard gelatin can be used in special effects makeup on movie and film productions to recreate the look of rashes and burns. The gelatin must be prepared first by mixing it with warm water. Once the gelatin mixture has cooled, it can be applied to the skin using a popsicle stick or a stippling sponge. When dried and painted, this texture can closely resemble a rash or a burn.

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