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How to Make Fake Blood for a Movie
By Robin Hewitt
OverviewIf you're into making your own movies, sooner or later you're going to need blood. No two ways about it: Someone in the script is bound to get cut, maimed or murdered, and if you want it to look realistic, ketchup is not a viable alternative.
You'll be relieved to learn that it's not too difficult to whip up a batch of fake blood, and you may already have the ingredients in your kitchen cupboards.
Step 1Mix the corn syrup, red and blue food colorings together until the colors are fully blended.
Step 2Add 1 tbsp. water and stir until the fake blood reaches a smooth consistency.
Step 3Apply liberally to all wounds, bites and slash marks.