Blood Paste is perfect for simulating coagulated lacerations, abrasions, gashes, and a realistic look of wounds forming scabs. The stiff structure of the paste holds firm so it can be applied very thickly to build three-dimensional effects. The texture has very dense and sticky quality so it holds to skin or prosthetic materials very well with a congealed look. It doesn’t dry out, and retains the dull sheen look of clotted wounds.
It has a bit of an elastic quality to it, so you can lay it on in lumps, bumps, or clots where ever you need it. Or, string it out to create fine scratches or deep puncture wounds for quick and easy effects. Highly effective to use just to add some texture dimension to your wound creation, or to hide any seaming from prosthetics that are going to be portrayed under blood. Fantastic to use as bloody “fingerprints” or blood tracks that stay in place.
To use, scoop paste from container with spatula or tongue depressor type of stick and apply to your wound effect as desired. Or, load some paste into a black stipple sponge, MM-1133, and “scrape” it along the surface of skin for an easy abrasion or road rash look. Create the look of scabbing by dusting the top of an application of blood paste lightly with Graftobian Specialty FX Powders, MM-1242. If you spray it with a bit of water, it will also create a bloody discharge/ lymph fluid type of oozing. An absolute must have blood product for all disaster and mass casualty training drills and exercises.
Non-toxic. Washes easily off skin with soap and water. Product may stain clothing so pre-testing is recommended.