F/X Gelatin is great to use for direct to skin casualty simulation moulage. No adhesives or glues are necessary for application because it sets and adheres to skin until gently lifted off or washed off with warm water. Use it to create all kinds of character looks, or use it as a very quick adhesive for silicone and latex ready made appliances. You can use it to dress out prosthetics, or use the red color gel for added built up blood effects. It comes single 2 oz bottles or in a convenient package of 3 colors (2 oz. bottle of Light Flesh, 2 oz. bottle of Blood Red, and 2 oz. bottle of Mucous Clear) with easy to follow instruction booklet for great looking casualty effects. Follow these simple steps:
1. Heat bottle in hot water (between 120 and 130 degrees) until F/X Gelatin becomes melted into liquid, then test temperature on wrist to make sure it's not too hot for the subject's face or body. 2. Apply gelatin to desired area and shape, swirl, smear, mix, etc., with a tool, such as the Wooden Handle Palette Knife, into desired effect until the gelatin has cooled. It will now stay firmly in place but it will remain very flexible. 3. Add blood products such as Graftobian's Stage Blood, Blood Paste, or Blood Gel, to finish out the look if desired.4. Simply lift and peel off to remove or wash off with warm water when finished. It washes completely clean from skin and clothing, however the red color may stain clothing so test first before applying on clothing. FX Tip: Apply a bald cap and cover the bald cap with F/X Gelatin to give the look of a melting head. Or, use F/X Gelatin as a direct to skin adhesive to apply a latex appliance, and surround or hide the edges of a latex appliance with the look of blood. Apply Graftobian Brown or Black Colored Liquid Latex, over F/X Gelatin and peel back to create a rotted or charred burn effect. You can also finish the look with Graftobian Color Hair Spray, in a brown, red, or black color to give it more depth in realism. CAUTION: DO NOT MICROWAVE TO MELT F/X GELATIN! Always melt slowly using a double boiler or a hot pot of water. Use extreme caution when applying melted gelatin to skin so to avoid any injury that may result from product that is too hot to apply. Always test temperature for comfort before applying to skin. NOTE: Purchaser's use of this product is at their own risk. Paint and Powder Cosmetics assumes no responsibility or liability for purchaser's use or mis-use of this product. Always follow instructions and pay notice to cautions in using this product.