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    Awesome thanks Jason, was looking for this thread a couple of days ago and happened to stumble on it when I was browsing the FCP forums today lol.


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    I noticed the fake eyes section. Thought I'd add www.9mmsfx.com for contact lenses.


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    Thanks to JDS, this is a pretty good recipe for blood. Mix chocolate and strawberry syrup to "taste."

    Mixing the blood


    A sample on my arm


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    Commercial Blood!

    Now is the time to get this, as many of the "Halloween Superstores" carry this:

    Bottle of Blood

    This is the first commercially available fake blood that has impressed me! The color and consistency was phenomenal! And........it dries to the right color! Touch up is easy, no need to start over, just add a little more to "freshen" up the color, which fresh blood on dried blood is realism.

    It is 8 bucks a pint, but so worth it! I am going to go out a buy a gallon of it to have in my kit.

    Quick pic of what it looks like fresh and dried.
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    Need props? Looks easy...
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    Déjà vu (French pronunciation: [deʒa vy], meaning "already seen") is the experience of feeling sure that one has already witnessed or
    experienced a current situation, even though the exact circumstances of the previous encounter are uncertain and were perhaps imagined or not.
    Deal with it...


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