Monday, 15 April 2013

How to Make Realistic Looking Fangs Without Having to Make a Mold of Your Teeth

Halloween is a time for kids to have fun, and people to revel in their worst fear or fantasies. As candy is passed around and kids go from house to house, people usually sport an interesting spin on a costume or outfit. Instead of buying expensive outfits, you can make cheaper versions with things in your home, or from your local hobby store, like fangs.

Heat water in a pot. Bring the water to a boil.

Pour the water into a cup. Let the water set for a minute, so the steam ceases to release from the water at a very high rate.

Cut out two equal-sized pieces of friendly plastic. You can get friendly plastic from your local hobby store.

Drop the first piece of friendly plastic into the hot water for about 20 to 30 seconds.

Take the piece of friendly plastic out of the water and roll it into the shape of a fang.

Press the friendly plastic onto a tooth for a fang. Repeat this process with the second piece. The friendly plastic takes about 2 minutes to re-harden.