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Section - 9. How can you make realistic whip marks on an actors back?

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I made whips of sisal rope with the rope strands separated
(cat'o nine tails), coloured them a deap leather brown and
then saturated the rope strands with Doc Martin Cherry Red
boot polish where the strands hit the actor's back. The boot
polish washes off both the set and actor and the effect did
not splatter blood on other actors

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