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06 Apr 2013 - 22:44100523
Scarring Tips
Hi, Does anyone have any tips of scarring I need to write the Initials A D to be on my right hand for anyone who has played Bioshock Infinite you know why


09 Apr 2013 - 01:35100609
I may be just a novice at this whole thing, but have you considered giving liquid latex a try?

It's often used around Hallowe'en to create false wounds/scarring and, from the looks of things, doesn't cost all that much. Especially as you'll only need a tiny amount to create Booker's AD brand/scar. Just enough to cause a noticeable rise from the back of your hand, then colour it to make it look like it's burned/partially healed and boom!

According to this thread, acrylic paints are a suitable alternative to dedicated latex pigment so, if you mixed it to a burned version of your skin colour, it could be a good way to go about it.


09 Apr 2013 - 20:12100673
I can't remember if its a deep scar or one that sticks out but if it's a deep scar you might want to look at liquid collodion. It gives a deep scar by tightening up the skin and then you just colour it to make it more scar-y.


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