In 1984 Morbid Masks Studios began manufacturing Latex Masks and Special Effects.
In 2008 Morbid Masks Studios stopped production of all Masks, especially it's ever popular Thin Skin Latex Masks. This was because the supplier of the special paint that gave Morbid Masks their unique characteristics terminated supply for good. The whole process relied on this paint and no other alternatives were comparable. The moulds were redundant and could not be stored; nearly all were thrown away. So ended an era.
In 2012 a new supply of paint had been found and Morbid Masks was resurrected,
Apart from our regular range of latex rubber ears, noses, horns and facial features, we also currently make tbree designs of Live Role Play Fighting Claws, our latest Cat Claw design now available. Plus we have re-introduced an old GRP (fibreglass) Skull Helm in several colours and sizes.
To apply: Clean skin with a non-greasy astringent and dry. Position the prosthetic over your ear and determine proper placement. Apply a thin layer of adhesive to the underside of the prosthetic piece and to the skin where the piece will be adhered. After the adhesive has dried, press the piece down firmly, especially around the edges.
Makeup application: After your prosthesis is firmly adhered, you can apply a sealer such as PAX paint or prosaide to the piece and a little over the surrounding skin, then powder. You may then apply a makeup to blend, or skip the sealer and use rubber mask greasepaint to cover the piece and blend.
Removal: Using a Q-tip, apply a small amount of remover along the edge of the piece. Slowly lift an edge and start applying remover underneath the piece. Keep working it under until the entire piece is free.
Storage: After the piece has dried completely, powder the underside of the prosthetic where the adhesive was. Seal in a plastic bag and store in a cool, dry area out of direct sunlight.
Many years ago, a young girl who believed in Fairies, watched out her window as rainbow lights twirled and flickered out in the fields near her home. She ran outside to get a closer look. As she reached the field the lights flickered out before her eyes. Upon the field where she found herself standing alone in the night, there was a ring of mushrooms. Within that ring was a skin with markings on it and a beautiful silken bag. In that bag were twelve carved stones, each with its own rune and shape.As the girl marveled at these items a voice like twinkling bells came from the air around her. "These runestones are for you and the others who still believe in us. They will help guide you on your journey through life. Use them wisely. Now child, this is who the runes represent, what they mean and how you may use them...