freakaltfoto:

Copyright: F.ALT (Freak Alternative) Photographics
Model: Marissa Meekins
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Falt-Photography-Illustrative-Retouching/153123581422352

freakaltfoto:

Copyright: F.ALT (Freak Alternative) Photographics

Model: Marissa Meekins

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Falt-Photography-Illustrative-Retouching/153123581422352


From beyond the grave the the screens No.1 SHOCK expert William Castle’s (with the help of his daughter Terry) proudly present his own personal formula for stage blood…
William Castle’s Movie Blood
Ingredients: 
Water
Karo Corn Syrup
Red food coloring
Blue food coloring
Chocolate syrup
Method: 
• Combine 1 part water with 3 parts Karo Syrup (Maple or Corn Syrup can be used as well)
• Add drops of red food coloring; mix gently by stirring. Continue adding drops until the shade resembles that of real blood. (Always err on the side of adding less.  It’s a lot easier to add more red food coloring than start all over again.)
• Add a teeny, tiny amount of blue food coloring. This helps the blood achieve a much more realistic hue.
• If the blood is too thin (“Dad always thought it was”), add chocolate syrup until you get the desired consistency. The brown color also helps add to the realism of the fake blood. And it tastes good, too.
• Wait 15 minutes; this gives the blood time to thicken. 

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From beyond the grave the the screens No.1 SHOCK expert William Castle’s (with the help of his daughter Terry) proudly present his own personal formula for stage blood…

William Castle’s Movie Blood

Ingredients: 

Water

Karo Corn Syrup

Red food coloring

Blue food coloring

Chocolate syrup

Method: 

Combine 1 part water with 3 parts Karo Syrup (Maple or Corn Syrup can be used as well)

Add drops of red food coloring; mix gently by stirring. Continue adding drops until the shade resembles that of real blood. (Always err on the side of adding less.  It’s a lot easier to add more red food coloring than start all over again.)

Add a teeny, tiny amount of blue food coloring. This helps the blood achieve a much more realistic hue.

If the blood is too thin (“Dad always thought it was”), add chocolate syrup until you get the desired consistency. The brown color also helps add to the realism of the fake blood. And it tastes good, too.

Wait 15 minutes; this gives the blood time to thicken. 

markreihill:

My illustration of Christopher Lee in - Dracula: Prince of Darkness
It’s another image from the upcoming film-inspired exhibition ‘24 Frames Per second’.
www.markreihill.com 

markreihill:

My illustration of Christopher Lee in - Dracula: Prince of Darkness

It’s another image from the upcoming film-inspired exhibition ‘24 Frames Per second’.

www.markreihill.com 

godessofhell:

I Ate His Heart by Kristen Lanae. on Flickr.
godessofhell:

Darenzia For Juliland

godessofhell:

Darenzia For Juliland

godessofhell:

true blood

godessofhell:

true blood


Double feature of Legacy Of Satan and Blood (1974)

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Double feature of Legacy Of Satan and Blood (1974)