Here's the appliance piece ready to peel.
Remember to blend and stipple beyond the piece and your stippled latex. This helps blend the rest of the skin to the effect.
After laying a dark brown, I then began applying a brighter red to give the look a depth thanks to the duality of color.
I applied a darker purple and blue to create my bruising, but to cut the deep look of it I then applied the base coat of my skin tone to feather out the edges. This crafted a nice, under the skin kinda look for the bruising.
Another student did a festering bullet wound. I particularly like the vein work she painted on that extended past the applied piece.
This claw scratch from another student was amazing in its application. The edges are so faint that it truly looked believable.
Next week we'll pour a gelatin prosthetic of our molds to show how different materials can yield different results from the same mold. Only 3 more classes left to go...