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In Part 2 of this special effects makeup tutorial, Gil Romero uses PAX paint to color the foam latex appliance that he applied in part one of the tutorial. Gil uses a variety of techniques to build layers of color and create realism.

Once the effect is complete and the model has been fitted with wig and wardrobe, he is ready for the movie screen.

For Gil’s step by step instructions for creating this effect, and more information on how its made, please visit http://www.mudblog.net

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  1. dshreve34
    dshreve34 says:

    I love to watch an expert do anything-seriously. I don't care what it is. If you are a garbage man and can flick that bag in the truck effortlessly, I'll watch. I don't know why.

  2. Daniel Pinto
    Daniel Pinto says:

    You can make pax paint with acrylic paints liquitex is my preference you can find a formula online from dick smith that's really good. I would also suggest pondering between every pax color you use as well as sealing it with blue marble sealer and I would highly recommend sealing blue marble sealer between colors when using alcohol paints for texture

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