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    He is my first corpsing with sheathing and renolds wrap. Tell me what you this and I am open for tips ... really not great of the painting yet...
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    Did the saran type wrap work as well as the drop cloths Allen used in the video? Never thought of using that! Great idea!!! And I see you used a blow molded skellie...how did he hold up to the heat gun? I have one sitting around in my barn that I could use to give this a try but was afraid he wouldn't hold up too well to the heat.

    Looking good too. I think I would hit it with some antiquing type stain now to bring out the aged effects and texture...maybe a chocolately orange tinted stain or go the other way with one in the greys, like a zombie like pallor. And maybe some yellows (can you tell I love the painting process, LOL). Good looking corpse!
     

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    the wrap worked really well didnt take much heat to melt, so that helped with the cheaper skeleton I use... I just cut the ribs out and bones to give it the hollow effect... I wrapped each part 3 to 5 times with the wrap... Thanks on the painting tips... I scared to try it but I will.. I got 4 more to make..

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    Did the saran type wrap work as well as the drop cloths Allen used in the video? Never thought of using that! Great idea!!! And I see you used a blow molded skellie...how did he hold up to the heat gun? I have one sitting around in my barn that I could use to give this a try but was afraid he wouldn't hold up too well to the heat.

    Looking good too. I think I would hit it with some antiquing type stain now to bring out the aged effects and texture...maybe a chocolately orange tinted stain or go the other way with one in the greys, like a zombie like pallor. And maybe some yellows (can you tell I love the painting process, LOL). Good looking corpse!
     

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    Cool! I know, it's so scary to put more paint on it! I always get nervous too! If you go with a stain, you can wipe it off right away if you think it's too much. Give it a try on the backside too to see if you like it.

    Good luck with making more! I am so going to have to try this! Now to find the ambition, LOL!
     

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