I thought I would give it a try at making some super duper cheap props that actually look good. So tell me what you think about it?
Thanks those are some great ideas. I am working on another project with that skin texture I talked about. Haven't finished it yet but basically the idea was making some fake skin I saw mainly out of glue. Hopefully it turns out. Thanks for your other painting suggestions I will be sure to try and improve my painting. I am not good at that or picking the right colors.I am interested in seeing the skin texture you were mentioning at the end.
I was a big fan of the latex/paper towel for a long time, but have moved on to Mr Chicken's method of just soaking material in paint. I've used everything from paper towel to scrap fabric.I commented (and subscribed) on your video, but I'll post here too. Try latex and shop towel for skinning props some time. Almost the exact same technique as paper mache, but weatherproof and you can sculpt in details like wrinkles and warts. I use it extensively on my props. Great tutorial. I have issues with the sound of my own voice and speaking clearly so I do text and music for most of mine. lol
Thanks I have some of that paint laying aorund the house too, So I will for sure try this. Thank you so much for showing me this.I was a big fan of the latex/paper towel for a long time, but have moved on to Mr Chicken's method of just soaking material in paint. I've used everything from paper towel to scrap fabric.