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Lillie Charllotte

Utsukuchiku no yagi.
Any suggestions?
'Cause I can't think of anything except upholstery foam, but that would be hell.


Lurking in Castle Moats
If they are not big horns you can do it with sculpty clay, like Zeke and I did ours:

You can see two of the horns there, the are also two horns in the back. (can't see those in that shot).
The way those horns were done is they were made, baked, and then had a really good quality latex coat (double) put on them. They were attached to the base, and the furring was done around it.

Or you could use cast resin, or taxidermy horns (fake horns). Those are my suggestions.
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The Monster Under Your Bed
you could get some ram horns if you know someone who hunts.


Lurking in Castle Moats
Trpdwarf- I wasn't paying very close attention, and I thought the cat was someone in a fursuit, too XDDD

Lawl.....that would be funny but that would have to be one giant person and one really tiny person. Nah, that's my geriatric old half blind cat that owns the yard. She was purring the whole time during the picture even though her face says otherwise.

Hmm...I should make the picture smaller shouldn't I? ;goes of to resize picture;


is a goat.
I strongly suggest making the shape roughly out of crushed aluminum foil, then spread a thinnish layer of sculpey over it. The aluminum foil is a good support and makes the horns lighter and easier to bake. The sculpey can be any color you want; I suggest using ivory instead of white because white looks unnatural.

Also, make sure there is plenty of padding on the underside of the horns. Trust me, I speak from experience here. I got bruised and broke out in a nasty rash the first time I wore my horns for upwards of six hours. (That was more likely my mistake.)