Does anyone out there know of a source for fur with a two-way stretch? (other than the NFT stuff) The jack-rabbit suit I'm working on has to expand, and I'd rather not put a bunch of pleats or gussets in if I can avoid it.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
I'm currently starting my first head, a dragon, and I'm wondering how to go about the scales. I remember seeing a head using funfoam for the scales somewhere, and I've decided to use that, but I'm wondering what method would best work. Should I try and layer them? Leave them flat one after another?
Help is appreciated, thank you.
So I've been building some heads lately and I'm finding out that I really enjoy doing it and I want to become more serious with this. I was checking out Scribble's site and I was reading how his heads are built with a hand sculpted plastic undershell. This intrigued me and it sounds like fun so I was wondering if anyone knew of the materials on which to do this and if there are possibly any tutorials out there about it. Thanks!
I am going to make the eyes for my Yachiru Fursuit soon, but I can't choose from Buckram or Chiffon. For one thing, Both(in my experience) are equally easy to see through. At the Joann Fabric's I go to, the Buckram is much cheaper than the Chiffon. Its much Thicker too!
I might go with Buckram. What do you think? Buckram or Chiffon?
(If you pick either one, be sure to give your reasonings!)
Thanks for looking!
i need few pieces of buckram. ive checked all my local stores and i cant find any. i havent been able to locate any in this past year.
if anyone has some ( i only need a small amount), i have a few dollars i can paypal you for shipping and such.
I was wondering... What's the most practical, least-damaging way to get a partial fursuit across NYC via subway? As you can probably tell by the question, I live in New York and the subway is my one method of transportation. I'm quite concerned that the head will get bashed up while commuting... Not to mention that it's a very "suspicious", bulky package. What should I do? Should I wrap it up in a garbage bag and some stuff to cushion it, then cram it in a tote bag? Obviously, using something like a luggage bag would be impractical for the subway, and it can't fit into a backpack or anything. Oh, yes, and I have to commute at rush hour >_<
But yes! I'm quite happy that my head is done. It's not really that great, but I love it anyway. It suffers from perpetual excitedness and perkiness... I'll post some pictures as soon as I can!