The Cinematic History of Fake Blood

10/31/2015 ISO 1200 Magazine 0 Comments


There are a lot of ways to make the screen bleed - in this course we dissect the history of fake blood from its origins in the Theater to modern recipes for making characters bleed on screen.


Recipes:

Grand Guignol (mock)
Vegetable Glycerine
Color with Red, a little Yellow and a drop of Blue Food Coloring

Kensington Gore
2 Parts Golden Syrup (Light Treacle)
1 Part water
Red/Yellow/Blue Food Coloring
A bit of Corn Starch (Corn Flour in the UK)
Peppermint Extract to taste.


Modified Dick Smith Recipe
2 Quarts Corn Syrup
5 oz Water
Red/Yellow/Blue Food Coloring
Non-Dairy Coffee Creamer to Thicken
Liquid Lecithin
Peppermint Extract to Taste


This course is sponsored by RĂ˜DE Microphones rode.com

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