The Grump herself, now in mask form! This is a personal project of mine and is not for sale. Tail and paws will happen soon I hope, I'm trying to get it done by Halloween so I can sit on my front porch in my Grumpy Cat costume with an empty candy bucket and a sign that says "No." Because the candy is mine. MINE.
KUSURIURI -- AYAKASHI Japanese Classic Horror - MONONOKE
I fell in love with kusuriuri since watching the anime Ayakashi Japanese Classic Horror. I wanted to cosplay him long time ago but just happened now. And I am glad that I have partner cosplaying him..... kusuriuri not alone, he and.....
Kusuriuri: me Photo by: Photo setting made by me & *oruntia
went to see RotG for the...5th time as Jack, got a few nice compliments and met some other cosplayers at the mall! Fun was had! This was before my hoodie was finished, so there isn't a lot of frost painted on in this pic.
**Hats do not cover eyes. The model head is made smaller than the average human head. This causes the hat to cover the eyes and parts of the face that it will not on a person. Patterned ears and color combinations can be applied to any style of hat, not just the cat ones. Contact me if you would like to commission one.**
To go with the other spotted eared cats I now have a neon rainbow spotted pattern! I made the entire hat white to allow the spots to really be the eye catching point of the hat. Their bright colors just grab your attention.
How do you like the larger view of the pattern in the ear? I thought it might be good to make it more of a focal point.
Ah, I just loves these spots. I want to cover everything in colorful spots!
I though about also making this hat in black but I wasn't sure I would like it since the pattern background is still white. Would you like to see it in black? Are there other colors I should try?
This mask was made for partial suit. Features: - Cooling system in the muzzle - Follow led eyes with a soft yellow glow - Two types of fur Arctic wolf/fox - Whiskers horsehair - Marking by airbrush - Soft ears Last month was good for white wolves!