Last Night was our Halloween club's Monster dance. Much dancing and monstering was had by all.
I went as an ice mage, which involved a lot of white and blue makeup.
My husband went as a Revenant. A sort of proto-zombie/vampire with a revenge fantasy.
All you need is polymer clay, latex, kleenex, and acrylic paint.
First put down some tin foil and roll the clay about as flat as you can. Fold the clay over top itself, that nice fold makes for the perfect tooth edge. I cut off small chicklet sized pieces and used the pressure of my fingers to roll up the sides to make a tooth shape.
Bake that for 30 minutes at 250. Let it cool. Then I added a few coats of white and since these aren't supposed to be pristine teeth I added some tan and darker brown spots on the edges.
I finally finished with a glossy clear coat of acrylic for that creepy shiny teeth look.
Dredge a kleenex in the latex and put it down on the tin foil, to that add your teeth and position them.
Tear off another strip of kleenex and again put that through the latex, pucker and rip the sides up to create the torn skin. Wrinkles are actually fairly helpful so don't worry too much if it doesn't lay flat.
Let that all dry. If you want you can always go back later to add more layers of torn flesh.
Here I try out the unpainted and dry teeth.