Red food colouring, water and a bit of cornflour?
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25-10-2010 04:57 PM #1
Fake blood recipes
I've got a halloween party on wednesday and I'm going as a bloody/zombie nurse. After searching everywhere in town today I couldn't find any decent fake blood so decided to make my own. Anyone know any good easy recipes for making fake blood? The more realistic the better! Thanks.
25-10-2010 05:31 PM #2Postoholic
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25-10-2010 05:55 PM #3I'm clever, I just don't have the qualifications to prove it!
I can, I will, I must succeed!
"I guess it's fairly simple to pull women in a club. You stand at the door of a club (on the inside), wait until a woman is passing by outside, grab her arm or sleeve or whatever and just pull.
Whether that would turn out well in the end, of course, is another matter."
25-10-2010 05:59 PM #4
Yeah, just experiment. Look it up on google. In particular, look for film-making websites, because they usually know how to do it properly.
Add a bit of chocolate sauce to the mixture above. One of the main mistakes people make is making the blood look too bright, which makes it look fake. Real blood has a slight brown tone and is darker than red food colouring will be.
Here's a few different recipes.
02-10-2011 12:53 PM #5Noob
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Halloween Blood and Food Colours
Hi guys, I know it's an old thread but you never know how useful this might be to someone. A friend of mine runs an ebay shop called kitchen-chemistry and each year he puts up a special pack of halloween food colours in powdered form. You can find it here,
have a good halloween anyway...