Turkey neck process and product question
I need to do an aging makeup and wanted to add the stranding or seeming of an aged under chin and neck. When we were kids we called this turkey neck because of the obvious resemblance to actual turkeys. I have found the stipple latex lesson with Barney Burman and the witch hag prosthetics of Bruce Spaulding Fuller. I was hoping for a non prosthetic, cosmetic process to create Burman's wrinkles in larger scale on the neck with less dramatic accenting than Bruce's going full hag. My intention is to create an impersonation cosplay of a known elderly but fit individual. Is there a lesson that creates more than the double chin, more like the vertical strands of an aged thin person? And am I thinking correctly that the latex stipple is the right product? I thought of rigid collodion but it likely won't give the soft skin effect that would be realistic. I want the strands and hanging skin, in moderation and I don't want stiff gill like flaps.