I love DF/Fabric.com's long pile gray, but it's a bit darker than I'm wanting for a later project. CRS short pile gray looks about the right color, but I'm worried about the quality. Has anyone used CRS gray on a project they have pictures of, or perhaps know of another light gray?
The unicorn quad I made almost 3 years ago came back in for a trade in (the owner's back was no longer up to using it, and I like this suit and could use it for ren fairs)
It saw a lot of use, indoors and out, and was very dirty. The head and legs are surface wash only, and well, this did the trick.
I tried it because it has carpet instructions with no mention of rinsing.
So I sprayed on, brushed it in, let sit for 10 minutes, rubbed real hard with a damp cloth, then with a dry cloth and DONE. No need to rinse, no sticky residue or damage to the fur.
PS the unicorn quad will be at the Folsom ren fair October 15th and the Sonora all hallows fantasy fair Ocotober 22 and 23rd
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Hands: EDIT: http://oi55.tinypic.com/15cknqx.jpg half finished hands/misc stuff on my desk
Nose: EDIT: http://oi56.tinypic.com/30k7vrl.jpg basically finished nose
Please tell me if anything does not work. And yes, most of the eyes on the desk are horrible...cloudy/cracked/weird. I cant seem to get it right.
I tried memories for tutorials (text since voice videos are useless to me due to deafness) and really couldn't find the information on doing that sort of thing.
It was tie a piece of yard to plastic mesh and then brush it into fibers. I'm trying to solve the "long hair" issue but for example colors are hard to find the right one whether wigs or yarn.
It's fustrating. Method, color, and what yarn to use.
It's for a Lion so I tend to be in a certain range of color in the "browns". Not too picky but yea.
Everything I find that is really long and a good color online (taxidermy for example) are a major bundle. I want to lean towards cheap.
Any ideas, tutorials, even watching uncaptioned videos could by seeing what is done (not just dumb chatter) could help. I'm also not sure what kind of brush to use since the ones used for cleaning animal coats (cat fur) is harsh on yarn.