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skarinja
« on: November 03, 2010 12:49:51 AM »

For one of my many HalloWEEK costumes, I decided to be a female version of Arnold's Terminator from the first movie, which my friends have renamed the terminatrix. I followed KlairedelysArt's tutorial on youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pVDbc02-hoY&feature=related with a few modifications: I used about 6 layers of liquid latex (sometimes known as "flesh in a flask") instead of the scar putty (I applied it messily and spread it a bit to get the sloppy burn look, but also tried to layer it up near the "metal" to make it look like the metal was under the skin), and I used only face paint, no eye shadow. I used Ben Nye black and white that I mixed to make the various shades of gray. I'm somewhat disappointed with my burnt, scalded skin (not 3D enough, not red/irritated enough) and my lack of a red contact, but this was the least effort I've ever put into a Halloween costume so I'm still pretty happy with it. I wore black pants, a black tank top, combat boots and a black leather jacket. Easy and fun



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« Reply #1 on: November 03, 2010 02:19:46 AM »

Nice. I like this.
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