This 3D wound technique is the basic how-to you need to create broken noses, cut eyebrows, and busted lips. In addition to what's already in your makeup kit, you'll need a nontoxic glue stick ($1 for two). Cut off a small segment of the adhesive with a butter knife and apply to the area where you want the laceration.
Our survival horror game test scene, B.O.W. Qin on ArtStation at https://www.artstation.com/artwork/lbWYG
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Hi ~ I'm B.O.W. I am a UE4 art, i and my partners are making a survival horror game project. This project is based on UE4, and now we share a scene under test ... We are preparing a new demo, third-person survival horror game. Here is the progress of the production: http://polycount.com/discussion/187483/ue4-our-survival-horror-game-test-scene#latest