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As you can see, I need to improve the neck so it doesn't create that bump at the back of the head. (It is a bit too short, so I cannot tuck it into the scarf properly.)

edit: Sorry for the ugly watermark, but I've seen too much art getting stolen on Deviantart.
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Thank you Shade for this fantatic Photo
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Location: Odeonsplatz in Munich
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Whoo this has been a learning experience.

This has been our first time wefting, and boy does it take a long time. We're still not done, but getting there. We've acquired a new appreciation for makers that spend oh so many hours wefting manes and Mohawks onto their heads. Bravo!

She still needs to be cleaned up a little, and then finished up, but she's almost there!

Parts are from :icondreamvisioncreations:

Made by :iconredd-wulf:
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Scissor Blade from Kill la Kill
Handmade, made of wood and acrylics
lenght: 1,06m


Se ti piace segui il mio Workshop su FB e condividi ^_^ www.facebook.com/UnlimitedBlad…
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Commission for :iconreidion7:. This is just the tail, the ears are here: [link]
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My second animal costume project (fursuit). This is Axelle, the German Shepherd! She took me about 4 or 5 months to complete. Her basic framework is the same as my raven costume, though I better engineered her jaw so that it won't break.

The head is coat hanger wire, plastic canvas, upholstery foam, fake fur and craft foam. Her eyes are cast resin and painted. Her nose is made from ultra-light Sculpy and painted. She has a full custom jaw set, hand built and painted by me with moving jaw. Her pawpads are foam coated in tool dip, and are flexible and have a great texture. Her claws are all Sculpy.

I'm not sure if I want to make her into a full suit yet or not, though I am going to start working on digitigrade legs to be worn with shorts.

Eventually I will get a better layout done for her, but for now I just wanted to upload some pics of the suit, since I'm very happy with the result. She's likely my last wire and plastic canvas head, as my next step is to move onto resin casting.

Axelle is (c) me.
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He's been snuggled by the Chaney family, tickled by John Landis, cradled by Lance Henriksen...he's grossed out William Forsythe and horrified Heather Langenkamp. Most importantly, he's the first "realistic" silicone WerePup that I have ever made. He was an experiment, one that I was very unsatisfied with at first, and he endured my poking, prodding and criticizing all the way to that crazy show in Massachusetts where he became my confidence and I learned to love him. I'll never, ever, ever sell this guy for anything in the world. Here's Toby, the first of his kind - i know he is looking rather shabby these days, but he's always going to be my boy.
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CLOSE UP of: 
Dragon Wolf Hybrid Fursuit Head by melley722

This guy i made for the sake of artistic freedom :) (Smile) 

This fursuit head is one of a kind and completely hand crafted by me. Resin base and jawset also hand casted by me. Made with all new materials and lighting system. Lighting includes a battery operated pack that has 3 different lighting effect options: normal, flashing, and phasing (you can see short videos of this if you follow my instagram: melley722).
This fursuit head should fit a head size of 23 to 24 inches around. 

Completely handmade fursuit head complete with
-moving jaw
-led lights (battery operated 3 AA)
-zipper in back
-3D following eyes and tear duct vision

He is in my Etsy shop, up for grabs! First come, first served!
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Testing out the pattern for the hat with some test fabric. The final version will also have some lining on the inside for more stability.
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Sugar had been making some really nice masks that caught my attention and about a month ago I got in on the mask blanks she was offering. Coming from someone who has experience in casting, it's not an easy process and it's difficult if not impossible to get things perfect.
Original Mask Blank by =sugarpoultry --> [link]

I got a mask blank from her and I started by making little custom fixes to fit my face better and adjustments to the cast. I sawed the nose off and re-mounted it for a more "German Shepherd" like shape, did some spot gluing to the hinges to straighten the jaw out permanently and added foam in places for shape. I also constructed an armature for what became the ears out of cold-press watercolor paper laminated (multiple layers) to plastic mesh.
The result--> [link]

What was left to do was furring and making a tail and handpaws....so I got to work! And what you see here is the final result!

The vision in the mask is excellent! It's not a hassle to put on or take off. The jaw movement is pretty nice too. All fur blending was done with acrylic paint and drybrush. Tail loops onto my belt. Pawpads are leather and the claws are super sculpey. Everything is hand-sewn.

Toony remake of this head-->
Check out the partner costume also....

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