Having made a fake tongue for a show last year, I figured it would make a fun tutorial.
So here it is.
Creating a split tongue that is worn is different in that you can’t really glue it like you would a nose or a chin – at best maybe using a denture fixative but I tried that once with some creature teeth, and it really isn’t pleasant to use.
For these tutorials, I made two different tongues – one is a diseased, fungal-infection thing and the other a split/lacerated tongue. Starting by making a basic, natural looking tongue, it is then pretty straightforward to modify it and create all manner of mouth-related maladies.
I broke it down into two videos, plus did a quicker shortened overview video for those of you in a hurry. If you want to know more then check out video 1 and video 2 (to be uploaded Wed 20th Nov).
The two longer videos also have a downloadable workbook with pics and info for you to follow along later if you want to have a go yourself.
Click on the pictures below to get your copy.
Please do let me know what you think by dropping a comment below!
The shortened video:
Full video part 1:
Full video part 2:
If you have been following the blog, you will know there has been quite a long time between posts. This has largely been due to working on the new season of Game Of Thrones, and whilst I do love to be working on big, exciting jobs, it does mean the blog (and you) were sadly left neglected.
So, to remedy this I will be announcing some exciting developments which is going to turn that around – and I will want you to be involved!
Plus there is a time-limited offer on the Awesome Latex eCourse – just use the coupon code torntongue to save money – valid until Monday Nov 25th!
Incidentally, if you never signed up for the free 7-part mini ecourse then you can get it here. It is a no-hassle and one-click unsubscribe if you want out too – no spam from me! It is from my older site originally, but don’t worry – the stuff still gets to you!