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How do you make the most realistic blood, just like in the movies?
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>>1307610
And please don't tell me corn syrup, it's BS
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http://lmgtfy.com/?q=how+to+make+realistic+fake+blood
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>>1307611
Found the unprofessional who never put a shot of black in the corn syrup.
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>>1307610
Buy real blood in from the butcher. It's cheap and as real as they come
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>>1307623
Doesn't this give you diseases?
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>>1307623
yeah if you want to get food poisoning
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>>1307625
>>1307626
heat the blood to 164 degrees fahrenheit before you use it then, dumbass.
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>>1307685
then you have pudding, dumbass

>>1307610
I once heard something about cranberry juice and corn starch, decades ago
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Glue, red dye, red pepper flakes and brown corn syrup
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take it from you're neighbors and reheat ;)
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All these people who have both enough blood to cook and enough to have tried.
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>>1307685
Nigga you dumb.
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>>1307610
Well do you want it realistic, or just like the movies? You can't have both. Real blood coagulates within a few seconds, then starts turning black and gloppy until after about half an hour it's a blackish brown scab. Only blood from a fresh wound is bright red.

Use corn syrup and red food dye dumbass. That IS what they use in the movies.
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>>1307610
Problem is you don't want blood that looks like blood,you need blood that looks like blood on flim. Things look different on film,like you know I the old days they used milk for water because it doesn't look like water on film and cows don't look like cows on film,you got to use horses.
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>>1307810
Kek
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>>1307810
Like they say:
You can lead a horse to water, but they're really cows and they know milk when they see it, you shyster.
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>>1307610
use herseys chocolate syrup and shoot in black and white
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>>1308586
>mfw chocolate syrup is mostly corn syrup, bringing things full circle
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>>1307610
Corn syrup is the best option, you want to water it down enough that its not so thick and globby but not so much that its runny.

You also want to experiment mixing different ratios of red and blue food coloring, i suggest starting with a 10 to 1 ratio and adjusting from there.

Also per cup of fake blood, add cocoa powder in increments of 1/8 tsp until you're satisfied.
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>>1308828
this actually sounds pretty tasty
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>>1308840
>literally just a mix of cocoa and corn syrup
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>>1307610
make sure you put washing up liquid in it....so its easy to wash out.
dont do it for shit you put in your mouth, its gross.
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>>1308828
>blue
If you want it to turn purple instead of brown then sure, but the complimentary color to red is green.

Green and red make brown.
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>>1309173
>I dont know anything about color mixing
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>>1307610
How much blood do you need? A nose bleed is very easy and painless to bring on.
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>>1309364
About a gallon




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