So I've been working on a fursuit of my fursona for a while and I'm not sure how I should make the horns. I'm using a balaclava base and don't have much to attach the horns so I need some horns that are lightweight, and I would like them to look close to what I usually draw my fursona with. I started off thinking I should make them from paperclay, but I used it once in the past and it broke once, and I've heard it would get destroyed if it ever got to wet. I'm not planning on getting my fursuit wet or being rough with the horns but it would be nice to not have to worry about the horns getting destroyed. I thought I would make the horns out of faux leather so I made a prototype horn and I like it for the most part except for how visible the seams are, is there some way I could make them less visible? I thought of using some type of 3D fabric paint to cover them but I'm not sure about it and don't want to ruin the one horn I have made. I'm still not even sure if I should use the faux leather idea. I might end up ditching it. I'm just really unsure of what to do since this is my first fursuit and the first time I've made horns. Is there a different way I could do this without the faux leather and still have lightweight horns? Or a way that I could do this with faux leather and have the seams much less visible? Here's a picture of the horn I've made so far and some in progress photos of the fursuit head copperdragoness.deviantart.com: Fursuit Progress #7 Fursuit Progress by CopperDragoness on DeviantArt Any feedback/constructive criticism is much appreciated! Thanks!