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A fan of horror movies has decided to make one room in his house in the style of horror. It can be a good idea to scare your friends who do not know about the new interior.
That would be freaking scarry to live in such a flat !!
Awesome art though !
Would be nice to see a reference to the original article or information on how the effect was done.
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Use the hands & head from a store mannequin. You can also use gloves filled with plaster, halloween masks, paper mache and whatever looks interesting. Mount these in holes cut into plywood, at various appropriate depths and angles. Dip cotton cloth into plaster and drape over the hands and head, smoothing outer edges of the cloth out across the plywood while leaving some cool looking folds in place. Build layers for strength. When dry, remove stiffened cloths from the improvised molds. You can backfill the pieces so they can’t be crushed. Apply to wall with more plaster. Sand edges to be seamless to the wall. Hands over molding require small pieces of scrap molding to be attached to the plywood to get the right fit.
That’s insanely genius! Until you get drunk and try to fight it. Or it scares the mess outta you! hahaha Love it, seriously though!
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