After researching different blood paint techniques , I found one I liked and nailed it on the first try. I'm going w a morgue theme in my sun room this year so I wanted lots of carnage to surround my evil doctor . I mixed a clear Elmer's glue base w a nice dose of red food coloring and a few drops of green and my test blood swatch really had me excited. I took a 92cent shiny hard tin cookie tray and drizzled some hot glue to it and placed a blue shop towel down firmly into place. I then lined up a bunch of scary looking surgical instruments I got for $2 and $3 a piece on eBay which were foreign made non sterile junk and glued them into placed. Next, I glued down a realistic ripped out eyeball prop I got from eBay. Then I went to town splattering and pooling my fake blood paint mix and the results were incredible. I used what was left to paint a skeletal arm and will repaint tomorrow to build up the desired texture of fresh scraped bone. Tomorrows project will consist of making a realistic head in a bag prop and corpsifying a whole Costco skeleton.