Good question. We all know it's super cool to leave some bones area uncovered. So, when I'm spraying stain all over the poor, dead guy...I just make sure to wipe off any uncovered bone areas before setting it to dry. There's no rush to do this (IMO), since you probably don't want the super white bones showing through, but instead, it makes these naked bone areas look slightly aged to match the rest of the corpse, while still providing good contrast. My 2 cents!How does everyone keep the wood stain from staining the exposed bones?
Thanks for the compliments, Bakke!Can you elaborate a bit more on the latex, paper towel spider web combo
"Change the teeth"...what do you mean? break it down for meThat looks great FearingtonHouse, I worked on some skulls this year using latex, Apoxy Sculpt and stain (leather stain), OMB I would recommend you try to change the teeth, it just creeps them out more, they look more decrepit.