Nurney -The zombie flesh accessories
So you have your zombie look ready for Halloween or your favorite Zombie walk/Ball but you feel like something’s missing. Ever wanted to add a little pizzaz to your zombie routine? Try making a few nurnies.
What’s A Nurny?
HELLRAISER’s makeup effects creator, Gary J. Tunnicliffe describes them best, “Nurnies are a name in the industry for little rubber gnarly kind of things. Very, very useful in zombie movies to put between wounds for biting apart. You can dress them on creatures; you can dress them in as gore. Very, very handy thing to have.”
Use your nurnies anywhere there is a wound
You can use nurnies anywhere there are gashes, cuts and gore. Try hanging the nurny from the edge of a wound, dripping with blood and see if it doesn’t put a little zip in your zombie step! A few nurnies and some extra blood are great accessories for any zombie ensemble
It’s easy and you can find a free tutorial at the Stan Winston School of Character Arts online.
See the attached video or Click here Make latex zombie flesh with HELLRAISER’s FX Wiz Gary J. Tunnicliffe
About Stan Winston School of Character Arts
Stan Winston School of Character Arts is an educational media company dedicated to teaching the art and science of character creation. SWSCA is partnered with the majority of Hollywood’s top effects artists and studios to develop, produce, and distribute ultra-high quality online Creature FX video tutorials teaching the innovative techniques and processes used to create cinema’s most memorable characters. SWSCA’s educational content is subscription-based and will cover the full spectrum of character effects, from traditional approaches to the state-of-the-art Hybrid Practical/Digital Approach that has become the cornerstone of today’s box office hits.
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