In this video by Ellimacs SFX the making of ‘rotten teeth’ is demonstrated. They’re constructed using low-temp thermoplastic, which converts from a pellet-based solid into a malleable solid in hot water. It’s surprisingly versatile stuff and as demonstrated in the video it colors easily too! While not recommended at all for people with braces this is a pretty cheap and easy alternative for constructing custom gum-fitting teeth for your upcoming Halloween costume!
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Hand-Moldable Plastic – Low Temperature Thermoplastic – 100g Bag: They look a lot like sushi rice, but don’t eat ’em – these are Low Temperature Thermoplastic Beads! Also known as “Friendly Plastic”, “Instamorph”, “Polymorph” and many other names Read more.
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