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Lookin good Johnny..
looks like a burnt face job...
more bruising effect for beat up you need uh huh..
you are pretty good at the make -up
 

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Remember if you are doing injuries from trauma, bruises are a secondary result. Fresh is red and some yellow and green, later it turns purplish with some dark grey or blue, almost healed is light purple/blue with yellow. Most of the time, you will use fresh bruising. Eyeshadow and a brush does great at blending these colors. :D
 

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Looks good, are should I say awful. It looks like it really hurts.
 

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Ok a new one, Johnny be VEWWY VEWWY CAWEFUL when playing with Latex around your EYES! lest the effect you are shooting for may not be only a effect!
 

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Are you always like this?
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J, I should have taken a picture of my arm... I got a nasty burn from the oven a few months ago - it was gross - might have been a good "model" to work from, but it's healed up now...

Anyway, it does look good. It would also be interesting to see a shot from further back to get the whole look. Do take heed in what Rob's saying - careful round the eyes. :) Can't wait to see what you do next!
 

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Ben Nye has a nice Bruise Wheel with a collection of four colors that are the colors most used for bruises and contusions.
 
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