Zombie Cosplay-SDCC

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#1 ViolentNight on 5 years ago

So I love doing zombie make up.
I'd like to bring what I do to SDCC this year, rather than a local conventions all the time. So here's what I have done in the past:
This was my first full at home attempt [url]https://www.dropbox.com/sc/x0hco7rla3j6eca/AABJ6kwqcoLEWaLNy-EwDtTda[/url]
This was my first debut at Texas Frightmare Weekend [url]https://www.dropbox.com/sc/fo9znhl8seag7lu/AABefLLwJZUQ_qT0PdgNCdy3a[/url]
This is the new prosthetic I want to show at SDCC [url]https://www.dropbox.com/sc/lqzk7ibckdhpvyy/AAANVhwkpycFGLd8vwVQABC4a[/url]
The full set [url]https://www.dropbox.com/sc/h0ejcfhzvb9oaj4/AAAI64aXTuriNMr2b5Bmn5A4a[/url]

So. [U]the issue with this is that I need to bring liquid latex with me. Has anyone flown with liquid latex, any suggestions?[/U]
my only assumption is to put the bottle(s) in individual baggies in a checked in bag surrounded by clothes.

Thanks for any help!

#2 Mangochutney on 5 years ago

You can put it in checked luggage without any problem. Put it in a sealed bag in case of leakage. Surrounding it with clothes is just for cushioning, not because you're doing anything you shouldn't.

#3 ViolentNight on 5 years ago

Yeah, that's what I meant! thank you!!:bigtu:

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