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.
This bestselling Epic Armoury Maintenance Silicone is used for maintenance of Live Action Role Playing foam weapons and equipment covered with latex and/or varnish.
Directions for use:
Latex equipment must be coated with a thin layer of silicone at all times. This prevents the surfaces from drying out, and will prolong the lifespan of your latex equipment. Always check your latex equipment before and after each use. Spray the silicone directly onto your latex product and work it into the entire surface (avoiding leather handles) either with a piece of cloth or using a flat hand. If necessary, wipe off any excess with a dry cotton cloth. Always store your latex equipment in a dry and dark place.
When hurling vegetables isn't enough, but flaming torches and pitch forks are too far...
Please note that these are technically not designed as LARP weaponry, and just happen to be made from the same foam as throwing weapons. Your local game marshals may not approve these fish. For maximum chance of approval, we recommend removal of the eyes. Ia F'taghn.
Also note: These fish are not necessarily biologically-accurate representations of the fish they are named after, and may vary from the image shown. They are more, inspired by fish than replicas of specific fish. If you require a specific type of fish (that's accurately that fish type), please contact us and we can send you a photo of the fish prior to sending your order.