I covered the sides of my mouth with liquid latex and tissue paper, then dried it with a hairdryer. Once it was dry I cut it with scissors and ripped it a little. Then I applied some fake blood to make the "wounds" like freshly cut.
Great idea! Its always best to vary characters, because you could find that you suit another character better. If i go to the big London cosplay in a couple of years, it would be awesome to meet you xD yes i plan ahead. Because cosplays look amazing and i need to get money.
October looks best in my oppinion, because there is blood on the jacket. Let`s Jeff look like he finished someone before going to the comicon. Or wherever the place is you were there (I`m not a cosplayer so I don`t know where this interesting events take place).
Jesus h Christ OCTOBER- I think one day I'll figure out how to makeup and go to the Toronto zombie walk as a zombie-fied Jeff... Heh-keh that would be awesome... Anyways, awesome cosplay! How did you get his scars so perfect in the last one? ono
Thank you, I really appreciate it! I'm actually going to do a video tutorial for my Jeff makeup as soon as I get some more white face paint.
It's funny that you describe them as perfect because they are actually kinda botched. I usually do them a lot less ripped and I usually take more care while doing the scars; however on this occasion I rushed them. They turned out pretty good though.
I learnt how to do the scars from a Chelsea Grin makeup tutorial on Youtube.