▶ How-To Make "Monster Mud" for Halloween Props (Tutorial) - YouTube

This short video shows you the supplies you need and the steps taken to make "Monster Mud". Monster Mud can be applied like paint to any props you build in o.

For future reference (and you fellow prop-builders who have not yet discovered the joy...) the "recipe" for Monster Mud.

Love this stuff, create your monster base, cover in burlap or old clothes and cover them in this mud. Monster Mud Recipe - Joint Compound tinted with Latex Paint & "whipped" using a Drill Mixer attachment.

part 2: draping fabric on form after dipping it in monster mud

We started with a child's body form from Ghost Ride Productions. Put a wig head on it and a pair of children's shoes. We then build a bas.

I needed something quick and very cheap..the boxes are free...(I send a lot, so I order a lot) I had a styrofoam cooler that I cut up...lots of gorilla glue, then duck tape..my monster mud was way to thick so I used a putty knife like stucco (I like the way it cracked) painted it gray...dryer lint and green craft paint for moss and going to seal it with something like drylock to protect it for a year until I have time to make better ones!

I needed something quick and very cheap.the boxes are free.(I send a lot, so I order a lot) I had a styrofoam cooler that I cut up.lots of gorilla glue, then duck tape.my monster mud was way to thick so I used a putty knife like stucco (I like the w

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