this is really cool. the only problem is that the angle of the bite is unrealistic since there is no way a dog can get its mouth in that position to leave such a mark. it would almsot have to be 45-90 degrees in either direction. other than that its good for just playing with silicone.
Looks pretty real! Except I can't really imagine how a dog could legitimately bite you like that, since as the angle is it kinda implies it bit from the direction of up your arm, meaning it's head would've had to be in your arm to get that angle rather than from the side, or diagonal perhaps. If you can explain how t would work in that direction, I would love to hear! Aside from that very nice. From preview image I thought it was possible it was real.
Looks kinda similar to the way it looked when I got bit in the face by a dog, except my cheek skin was hanging down & there was a small bite mark underneath, too. I'm not sure that a dog would be able to bite like this on an arm though, since it's smaller, round surface....but it really looks cool. You made it have sort of an infected appearance. I like it.
Oh this brings back horrible memories. I was bitten by a dog on my leg when I was 11... Looked similar to that really. But they did not put stitches in wounds caused from animal bites usually. They want to let the wound drain........
I have a real one courtesy of my late uncle's late Rottweiler. The scar looks pretty much exactly like this, just flip the deeper cuts to the thicker part of the arm and that's a pretty fair representation.
That would be absolutely perfect and convincing-if not for the orientation of the bite. I'd love to see a dog/kangaroo/alligator that would ignore and swallow most of your hand and wrist/feet and ankle only to chomp you down there.