WIP Part IV is up!
Okay, didn't really do much last night but here's what's new:
- shaved down the top of the head so it's not pointed anymore
- added faux leather for the nose
- made eyes
I borrowed phoenixwolf33's style of eyes and I hope she...
WIP Part III is up!
I did some slight improvements from the last WIP photo I did.
What has been added:
- minor fill-ins of gaps in the foam
I LOVE how the nose came out! I kinda copied someone else's fursuit nose by making...
I'm sorry it's too big, but the tutorial I was using wasn't particularly helpful or detailed. I think it's fine the way it is since I have shaved off some foam since those pics. Never heard of Jo-Anne's or Hancock's but I'll try searching some more, thanks for the info. Don't got a whole lot of...
Finished foaming the head, now I need to fur it.
Anyone have any suggestions where I can buy decent quality, CHEAP and INEXPENSIVE faux fur?
What I am looking for:
- short fur
- light brown to tan in color
- enough to cover my head and make ears
- inexpensive and cheap
- decent to good...
I don't like hugging anyone period even if they are family, but if I was someplace and a kid wanted to hug me, sure, I'd oblige, but I wouldn't really want to hug anyone else my age or older if I don't know them because I'm just naturally wary of strangers.
Tore up the previous head I did and made another....this time the snout actually IS horizontal with my head and doesn't point downward, plus the head actually fits me well enough now. I am really proud and optimistic of this one, since I actually made three failure heads before I got to this...
I only said that I don't know how to sew so basically I will have no idea what I am doing, but my mom does, and no money is not an issue. >_> Just transportation because I can't drive and I have to get one of my parents to drive me to the Wal-Mart.
I am not sewing it because I don't have any sewing supplies plus I don't know how and I tried gluing it down the other day and I realized I glued something in the wrong place and I tried to pull it off which took like 10 minutes and I ended up ripping a chunk out of the mesh that I had to fix...
I used the pins since I was worried that I would glue something down in the wrong place and would have to pry it apart or start over. I think I will continue my head even though it's in a downward diagonal angle like this -> /
Just wondering but is a balaclava head easier to make than a frame mesh one? I think I messed up and need to start over because my head's muzzle is pointing downward not horizontal with my head and I need to fix it.