Fake Blood For Very Real Looking Dried WoundsIf you ever stop to look at a real life wound, you’ll notice that the color and consistency of the blood gradually changes as it dries. There is in fact a very prolonged phase with many real abrasions and wounds where the blood itself isn’t flowing with vibrant red, yet still hasn’t fully hardened into a scab. This transition phase of dried blood can be easily accomplished with this 1-ounce vial of “Thick Blood” by special effects maven Ben Nye.Thick, Fake Blood That Is Very Easy To Work WithThis fake blood by Ben Nye has a gel-like consistency that makes it easy to apply in a variety of ways. You can even use a stipple sponge to produce super realistic scrapes and serious road rash effects. It uses a special corn-syrup base and is also formulated with a fresh peppermint flavor for times when you might want to use it around the mouth or nose. Thick blood typically washes out easily from most fabrics and surfaces, though you should still do a little spot testing in advance.