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DIY Vampire Fangs by SilverDrgnbane DIY Vampire Fangs by SilverDrgnbane
Here's the first part of my fang walkthrough thingy.

EDIT
---->I forgot to write this up there. Alginate is the best molder, but I have heard of people using soft, air dry clay like those from Crayola. I haven't tried this, but if you can't get any alginate give it a shot. :)
Sorry for the brevity. It's late and I have a lot of stuff to finish before Halloween. :D

Part 2: [link]

Fangs made with this process: [link]

Question? Ask. I don't bite hard. ;)

Video tutorial: coming soon
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haddyDrow Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2013
What kind of clay did you use to make the fangs themselves? thank you for this great tut!
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SilverDrgnbane Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I think I used white Sculpey because it was handy, but any non-drying clay should be fine. Thanks!
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haddyDrow Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2013
I don't have sculpey in my country.. would fimo be alright?
also, do you think i can make the teeth as a blob stright on my teeth with some thin plastic sheet covering, and then sand it smooth and sharp after it has dried?
do you think it will work?
i'd love to make a mold but i can't begin to think where i'm going to get all of these materials.
I need to make a whole mouth of fangs. ._.
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SilverDrgnbane Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Yes, Fimo is basically the same thing, so you're good.
As for going straight to your teeth, yes you can do that. People who do custom fangs professionally usually place a large blob over the tooth, let it set, then carve it into the fang. This takes a lot of trial and error until you get a shape that looks good. I haven't tried this because I found it difficult to work on myself. However, this is only good for single fangs, maybe doubles if you know what you are doing. A whole mouth of teeth would be very difficult this way. Having a copy of your teeth would be better. I purchased my alginate from ebay, the dental acrylic from an online special effects supplier, and my plaster from a local craft store.
[link] This tutorial covers how the pros do full teeth sets.
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haddyDrow Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2013
Thank you for the informative answer! i did these fangs: [link] for a whole set, and i'll try your method for single teeth because these are too big to talk with :(
currently i used iclay for the teeth mold, i'll pour some plaster when it dries and try to go from there.
is fimo poisonous?
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SilverDrgnbane Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Those are very cool. :) Too bad you can't talk. It's hard to get perfect fits unless you use the pro method.
Only thing to beware with using the mold and plaster is this: sometimes the mold shrinks, making the fang you produce smaller than your teeth. I had this happen. It isn't a big deal with single fangs, they still fit me, but sometimes the tooth's gumline is exposed. Just keep this in mind.
Also, make sure you use a hard plaster, not just plaster of Paris. That is too soft.
I think Fimo is non-toxic, but I wouldn't put it in my mouth. ;)
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wheeze86 Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2011
this is awesome :D
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IoniaFreak Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
thanks for making this!
im actually a dental assistant, so knowing the supply used is really helpful on my end :D
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SilverDrgnbane Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Well! You should have access to top notch stuff then. ;)
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IoniaFreak Featured By Owner Jun 21, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
yeah XD
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