How to Demos

How to Make Custom Monster Teeth in 12 easy Steps!

This new demo is for the new 2010 Fearfinder Magazine.

This taken from Volume One of the Fantastic Dentistry Video and broken down into 12 principle steps. There are a number of techniques used for making theatrical dentures. This one covers one of the fastest of the methods for making full appliances. Volume Two of Fantastic Dentistry covers a method used for making backup production molds for various teeth designs. If you lose a set or need to make backup copies for your customers than Volume Two will teach you the techniques for this process.

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How To Make Your Own Rotting Skull in 12 easy Steps!

This is a fun little How-To that I did for the 2006 Fearfinder Magazine. Click the left image to download the PDF version of the document.

To begin you will need the following materials: One generic Halloween Skull, RD-407 Mask Latex, 1 set of acrylic eyes, One Upper and one lower set of acrylic teeth, Selection of Mask Paint, Paper Towelling and two disposable brushes.


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How To Turn Your Own Face Into a Latex Monster Mask in 12 Easy Steps!

This  demo appeared in the 2007 edition of Michigan's largest Haunted House publication , Fearfinder.

To turn you face into a Halloween Mask you will need: 1/2 lb. of Prosthetic Grade Cream Alginate, 3, one gallon buckets, 1 roll of plaster bandages, cotton fiber, 2 pair of latex gloves,  4 lbs. of oil based clay, 1 crock pot,  10 lbs. of water based clay, Two, 2" Chip brushes, 1 Quart of RD-407 Mask Latex (slip latex or casting latex - different names for the same product) 10 lbs. of White Hyro Cal.

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How To Turn Your Own Face Into a Latex Monster Mask in 40 Easy Steps!

Here is a more detailed instructional on turning your face into a latex monster mask. This is same demo as above but with much more commentary and of course some extra photos of the process. This one appears in issue 7 of Horrorshow Magazine.

The Turn Your Face Into a Monster Mask Kit with all the materials needed to follow the demo can be found here.

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The Monster Makers - How to Paint a Latex Demon Mask- by Arnold Goldman

Here is a deluxe demon mask called Demonicus that I created specifically for Horrorshow #5. The process used to create is this mask is covered completely in The Monster Makers Mask Makers Handbook. To fabricate a mask like this you will need a variety of mask making items. Check out one of our Complete Latex , Halloween Mask Making Kits to see a complete list of items used to make this mask.

One of the painting techniques that is often employed in Halloween Latex Mask Making is the Rub-out technique. The rub-out technique allows you to accentuate all of the fine details that can be put into a latex mask design. This demo covers doing rubouts, using mask paint and stippling techniques.

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The Monster Makers - How to Paint a Latex Vampire Mask- by Arnold Goldman

Some of you longtime Monster Makers Customers will recognize this mask called the Immortal. It was originally created in 1994 at a time when Monster Makers was producing a small line of masks for sale. For Horrowshow Magazine #6, a new color scheme was called for to demostrate a different painting effect using the the Iwata eclipse and FW Inks as well as Mask Paint.

Latex Halloween Masks can be painted in a variety of ways and this demo shows you how to combine two different approaches. Regardless of which painting technique you choose to use, the way to get really good at this is to practice, pratice, practice. Enjoy!

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