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Lifecasting: Faking Human Bodies With Plaster Molds & Silicone


How To Conduct Fake Funerals 101: First Manufacture The Corpse

Sometimes military psychological operations require something special.

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"John Dillinger death mask with black background"

image source: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:National_Museum_of_Crime_and_Punishmen_-_John_Dillinger_death_mask_with_black_background.jpg


"Compared with other three-dimensional representations of humans, the standout feature of lifecasts is their high level of realism and detail."

"Lifecasting is the process of creating a three-dimensional copy of a living human body, through the use of molding and casting techniques. In rare cases lifecasting is also practiced on living animals. The most common lifecasts are of torsoes, pregnant bellies, hands, faces, and genitalia and it is possible for an experienced lifecasting practitioner to copy any part of the body. Lifecasting is usually limited to a section of the body at a time, but full-body lifecasts are achievable too. Compared with other three-dimensional representations of humans, the standout feature of lifecasts is their high level of realism and detail."

"Lifecasts can replicate details as small as fingerprints and pores."

"A variety of materials can be used for both the molding and casting stages of the lifecasting process. For molding, alginate, and plaster bandages are the most popular materials. Less common mold materials are silicones, waxes, gelatins, and plaster. Plaster and gypsum cement are the most commonly used casting materials, but various clays, concretes, plastics and metals are also in common use. Ice, glass, and even chocolate are used often as casting materials. Work is being done with imaging technology to map the skin's surface which may enable re-creation of the shape without touching the body. Since the weight of material deforms the body, if only slightly, this new technique may enable even more perfect work, but will not give the skin texture the above-listed materials do."

"Lifecasting allows creation of exact portraits and body reproduction, works which may have artistic and personal value. Lifecasting is regularly practiced in the special effects industry, where it is used in the creation of prosthetics, props, and animatronics, most commonly for film and television. Lifecasting also finds medical use in the creation and fitting of prostheses and dentures."

"A death mask is a similar process to lifecasting, with the major difference being that a deathmask is created on a dead person's face. These were common in earlier times; obviously there is no concern with breathing or discomfort."

source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lifecasting

Moldmaking Lifecasting Tutorial

“In this follow up tutorial for our Bride of BITY construction, we cover the Hydrocal mold process. This is a great, simple way to make a mold for casting silicone. Here's what we used: White Modeling Clay“

"Operation Northwoods, the 1960s government plan to fake terrorist attacks on the U.S."

"Conduct funerals for mock victims."

"In 1997, the John F. Kennedy Assassination Records Review Board released a pile of records from the Kennedy era. Among them was a 1962 document titled "Justification for US Military Intervention in Cuba." The memorandum concerned something called Operation Northwoods, a plan to create fake attacks on "friendly" defected Cubans, U.S. military bases, and U.S. citizens — all designed to appear conducted by Cuba. This action, known as a "false flag" operation, would be used to garner the public and political support necessary for direct military intervention against Cuba. And the plan wasn't some crackpot scheme devised by a minor official – it was sent from the Joint Chiefs of Staff to the Secretary of Defense, Robert McNamara."

"The document also outlines an elaborate plan for a fake attack on the Guantanamo Bay Naval Base, including suggestion number 10, "Sink ship near harbor entrance. Conduct funerals for mock victims." The author goes on to suggest a "Remember the Maine" incident, referring to the explosion and sinking of the USS Maine that lead to the Spanish-American War. "Casualty lists in US newspapers would cause a helpful wave of national indignation.""

source: Operation Northwoods, the 1960s government plan to fake terrorist ...  via: Truthstream Media – with Aaron and Melissa Dykes

Details Matter: Adding Hair To The Silicone Sculpture

“An introduction to hair punching by Lars Carlsson from Makeup-FX.com This version is full SD resolution based on the DVD version. To support future videos and get all the extra pictures,”