Okay. So, I'm not making a conventional fursuit. For one thing, it will require no fur whatsoever. Because my character is insectoid with an exoskeleton. I was going to make her a mayfly, however, she ended up being sort of a mix of different species of bugs. Anywho, I found a cosplay website that suggests making armor out of something called worbla and from there I found a product called Instamorph. What instamorph is, is basically a non-toxic plastic that melts into a sort of moldable putty when placed in very hot water. It sets after like 15 minutes after being removed from the water into a hard, strong plastic. This product sounds almost too good to be true. lol. I am really considering ordering it online off of Amazon. Well, my question is, do you think I will be able to use this product to make a realistic insect head? I made a mold for my insect head on a styrofoam head out of plasticine. It looks really good so far. I will flatten the instamorph over the the mask and sculpt details out of it. I think this might work if I make the plastic thin enough to not be heavy? I just found this product online a couple days ago and have never worked with it. If I can't use it for my mask though, I think it would also be perfect for marionette (string puppet) construction. So do you think this could work?