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To celebrate Hallowe'en, Holy Rosary Primary School in Belfast visited Titanic Creative FX to find out how to make their very own fake blood - all out of materials found in the kitchen! See how the pupils got on in the video above.
Meanwhile, below, special effects artist Brian Kinney - who worked on the Hunger Games films - offers his own personal top tips after having visited Hazelwood College and Belfast Boys School to impart his own experience and wisdom.
"The most enjoyable aspect of my visit was answering some great questions that really made me realise how thoughtful and engaged the students were. Encouragement and inspiration is invaluable at that age. If I successfully pursued a career in the creative arts and continue to be inspired, anyone can.
I most enjoy creating characters in my job. Every day is a new challenge, thinking on your feet, combining various skills and techniques, and collaborating with other creative minds. It's like being a kid at Hallowe'en every day."
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