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sorry for the delay…here it is, straight from bruce campbell’s book. It makes a huge amount, so I cut it down BIG time, so mine may not have been completely accurate, but still looks great! It was thick and dark when together and brighter when a smaller amount on the knife. I also added a tad of corn syrup afterward to thicken it up…i had a problem with the non-dairy creamer…not exactly sure how you are supposed to make it into a paste, so there were some chunks in the blood that I couldn’t mix up…so anyway, it’s a good recipe and will make your blood look great…here it is…
“INGREDIENTS (coats two thespians)
6 pints clear Karo Syrup
3 pints red food coloring
1 pint non-dairy creamer
1 drop blue food coloring
Large ceramic bowl
Medium sized bowl
The Karo Syrup is your foundation, the base of your blood. Pour syrup
into large ceramic bowl.
In the medium bowl, stir the non-dairy creamer until it turns into a
nice paste. This provides opacity.
Gradually fold the non-dairy paste into the syrup.
Stir in red food coloring. Add drop of blue food coloring for density.
Test on white surface.
Coat aspiring actor from the top down.
To remove, place actor into hot shower, fully clothed, and let sit for
30 minutes or until clean.”