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How To: Make a latex facial prosthetic for Halloween

If you want to create the type of makeup look where the makeup IS the costume for Halloween, then look no further than this video. You'll be guided step by step through creating a facial prosthetic from latex. This prosthetic can be shaped any way you want to form rotting flesh for a zombie costume, scars and wounds, even bullet holes.

How To: Hold a knife with a prosthetic hook for amputees

A below elbow arm amputee demonstrates how to hold and use a knife with his prosthetic hook. This is an adaptive living video that helps handicapped, disabled or individuals that have lost a limb due to amputation. Using a prosthetic hand or hook can be challenging in the kitchen. Using a hook to hold and use a knife is an important skill to learn when using prosthetic limb adaptive equipment.

How To: Tie a shoelaces with a prosthetic arm for amputees

A below elbow arm amputee demonstrates how to tie a shoe with his prosthetic hook. This is an adaptive equipment tutorial for handicapped, disabled or individuals that have lost limbs to amputation. The prosthetic arm outfitted with a hook or hand can be body powered or myoelectric. The operation is important to ensure healthy living and daily tasks like dressing yourself.

How To: Use a body powered prosthetic hook for arm amputees

A below elbow arm amputee demonstrates how to don and operate his body powered prosthetic hook. This video is made to help individuals use adaptive equipment and prosthetics for getting around with one arm. This is an equipment overview for amputees or individuals that have single limbs and need a hook prosthesis to enable them. It's equipment for handicapped or disabled individuals as taught by a man with a below elbow amputation.

How To: Tie a tie and dress with a prosthetic arm for amputee

A below elbow arm amputee demonstrates how to put on a dress shirt, fold the collar and tie a tie with his prosthetic hook. This is an adaptive equipment tutorial for handicapped, disabled or individuals that have lost limbs to amputation. The prosthetic arm outfitted with a hook or hand can be body powered or myoelectric. The operation is important to ensure healthy living and daily tasks like dressing yourself.

How To: Open a jar with a prosthetic arm

A below elbow arm amputee demonstrates how to open a jar with his prosthetic hook. This is an adaptive equipment tutorial for handicapped, disabled or individuals that have lost limbs to amputation. The prosthetic arm outfitted with a hook or hand can be body powered or myoelectric. The operation is important to ensure healthy living and daily tasks like opening jars, bottles and lids in the kitchen.

How To: Use myoelectric hook and hand prosthetic for amputees

A below elbow arm amputee demonstrates how to don and operate his myoelectric prosthetic hook and hand. This is a first hand account of what goes into using prosthetic hands and hooks for individuals with arm amputations. This video is an overview of adaptive equipment for handicapped or disabled persons to assist them. The myoelectric hook and hand are very helpful in assisting persons with arm amputations or otherwise missing limbs.

How To: Open bottles with one arm without prosthetics

A below elbow arm amputee shows how to open bottles one handed, without a prosthetic device. This technique is also great for people with arthritis pain, cerebral palsy, weak joints, stroke, and people who want to be ready for the worst-case-scenario that they suddenly have only one free hand and have to dismantle a bomb that is hidden inside a bottle! This is a great tutorial for handicapped, disabled or individuals that have lost a limb to amputation.

How To: Explore prosthetic options for the gym as an amputee

A below elbow arm amputee demonstrates the device he uses in the gym. He shows you how to use a prosthetic for working out at the gym when you've suffer a limb amputation. This video is very helpful in describing utilities available for enabling individuals with amputations to workout or get around and function in a gymnasium setting. This is a video that addresses adaptive equipment for handicapped or disabled people.

How To: Tie your shoes with one hand.

An amputee shows the way to tie shoe laces with one hand or one arm. He has no prosthetic help meaning he doesn't use a hook. This can be a huge challenge in life for persons with missing limbs or in need of adapted living situations. Shoelaces are tough enough with two hands, let alone one. This is a great first hand account of the strategy in tying one's shoes without a prosthetic. This is an adaptive equipment tutorial for handicapped, disabled or individuals that have lost limbs to amputa...

How To: Become a zombie with Halloween prosthetics

Use gelatine prosthetics and paint techniques to create the ultimate zombie make up look - great for halloween or professional films! It's easy! So easy, in fact, that this clip can present a complete overview of the process in just under six minutes' time. For more information, including step-by-step instructions, watch this video guide.

How To: Make a prosthetic glasgow smile like the Joker in Batman

In this video, we learn how to make a prosthetic Glasgow smile like the joker. First, smooth the material onto the face and around the lips. Follow the shape of the lips for the sides of the mouth to make it look larger. Use a Q-tip to push on the prosthetic onto the face. Once this is attached, you can add in the color to the lips to make it look more realistic. Makeup will need to be added to the entire face. White should be on the face, black should be around the eyes. Go for a cracked and...

How To: Apply a wound with gel filled silicone & movie makeup

Cinema Makeup School instructor Greg McDougall goes through the steps your need to know in order to create a silicone wound on a student. He starts off by explaining the products needed in order to get the best results. Greg then proceeds to apply and explain how to place a prosthetic piece on your face and how to get it to blend into your skin color. After apply the prosthetic he begins to color in the wound to make it look more realistic. To finish off and get the best result you apply fake...

How To: Paint a prosthetic wound

This video describes the coloring techniques to make a realistic gelatine prosthetic wound. The presenter chooses to use grease paint as it applies easily to the rubber gelatine wound mold. First, apply a base color to mimic that flesh tone around the wound and blend it until it matches the skin tone. Next the presenter applies red and pink tones to the wound, the idea is to mimic the color of raw meat. Highlights are then applied inside the wound to simulate fat underneath the top layer of s...

How To: Remove braces with Photoshop

Learn how to remove braces with Photoshop. First find a photo with some visible teeth; you don’t want a picture with no visible teeth because you would need to redraw an entire set of teeth. Now select the first layer and duplicate it (command control J). Grab the patch tool from the toolbar and set it to "source". Zoom in on the teeth and make sure you are working on the new layer. Select around one part of the braces and drag it to a skin area. Now grab the clone tool and begin cloning the ...

How To: Create a prosthetic scar

We tend to sympathize with those who get hurt. Do you want some extra care and affection from somebody you love? Then here is one great idea to make anybody give you their shoulder to cry on. This video helps you to make a prosthetic scar on your leg. Create a gory looking bruise with modeling wax, liquid latex, skin color makeup and coagulated blood. For best and genuine scars, make the cut look real deep and oozing with blood. Show it to your friends and see the results for yourself.

How To: Bleach your teeth for really cheap

In this tutorial, we learn how to bleach your teeth for really cheap. First, buy the Plus White teeth whitener kit from a store or online. Once you have the whitening kit, grab plastic teeth molds and see how they fit in your teeth. Once you do this, add some of the whitening gel to the molds, then push them into your mouth on both the top and the bottom. Make sure to rub the gel all the way around your teeth as well so you have a layer of gel all over. Leave this in for the recommended amoun...

How To: Make teeth whiter in Photoshop

You know that you can edit almost anything in PhotoShop but did you know that you can make your teeth look dramatically whiter with just a few PhotoShop tweaks? Watch this video to learn how to select the teeth that you want to whiten and then how to adjust the hue and saturation of your teeth. Teeth tend to give off a yellow cast in photos even if they are not yellowish in person. You will need to leave a little bit of the yellow to keep your teeth natural looking.

How To: Sculpt & carve fake teeth from soap

Need a use for a model tooth? Learn with this "Tooth Carving 101" tutorial how to carve a fake tooth from a bar of soap. One will need a small carving knife, a bar of soap and about thirty minutes. Your fake tooth with make for one heck of peculiar mantel piece.

How To: Whiten teeth in the Gimp image editor

In this tutorial, we learn how to whiten teeth in the Gimp image editor. First, open up GIMP and zoom in on the teeth of your image. From here, create a new layer named "white", making sure it's transparent. Now, make sure the white tab is on the top and go to "mode" then "saturation". Select the brush named "circle fuzzy 19". Put the scale around 1.5 or 1.6 and then draw on the teeth, which will make them white! Do this for all of the teeth, then when you save you can use this as your image ...

How To: Whiten teeth in Photoshop like a professional

In this video we learn how to whiten teeth in Photoshop like a professional. Start off by opening up Photoshop and zooming in on the teeth in your photo. Start out by selecting a hollow brush and then paint the selection onto the teeth. Paint around them carefully and make sure you don't touch the gums in the middle and on the top of the teeth. Once you have selected the entire area of the teeth you will see them all covered in red. Then, go to "select" and "inverse", then press the button fo...

How To: Open cans as a one arm amputee with prosthetics

How to use a can opener with one hand or without a prosthesis. This is an adaptive equipment tutorial for handicapped, disabled or individuals that have lost limbs to amputation. This trick is important to ensure healthy living and daily tasks like opening food in the kitchen. Live without limits!

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