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First time I've ever had a go at using the 'heat gun-plastic bag' method of corpsing a skull, £2.99 ceramic skull money box from Home Bargains, some flesh tone nappy sacks probably ten or so, a heat gun to corpse the 'skin', brown acrylic wash, fake hair and some 'crypt dust' made from Horlicks (sandy pale yellow) and Options caribbean coconut (mid brown) to age it. Think it came out quite well...

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Did another skull (left) but used an oak wood stain instead of acrylic paint which gives a slightly more glossy, almost leathery quality, added brown hair to this one. This skull had a bronze finish which I painted over first with a bone colour. (I think that is why the teeth aren't as detailed on this one) Pirate pistol I picked up for £3 in a local indoor market, really liked the aged look on it.


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