The pictures must have been taken down. I was hoping to get another look at your corpse.
I'm beginning to use Henry 663 and 356 on a few props and I do like how inexpensive it is compared to "good" mold latex. The effects are GREAT when using cotten fabric. THe fabric does seem to improve the drying time by absorbing the moisture. But I'm still dissapointed at the drying time.
There must be a chemist in here that can recommend a curing agent for this kind of Latex/Glue. I've done some research and such chemicals seem to be available. I'd love to know if Latex paint might improve the dry time??? or some other household chemical or product that could make this carpet glue cure at a faster rate.
Last year I did use the indoor (356) on a large prop, and spray painting a light coat on it did seem to help it dry a little faster in certain areas. I also tried mixing sawdust into it to add some texture. That did seem to improve the dry time as well. All in all, the only thing dissapointing about this type of latex/glue is the dry time. It's a fantastic medium for corpsing and chicken wire/cloth props.
Here are some shrooms that I'm working on Inspired by Rehnefan using chicken wire, hardware cloth, carpet latex, and cotten fabric.