After much planning and trial and error, I'm pleased to report that Fenris Designs has undergone rebranding. I now have a new, completely overhauled website, and exciting new things are coming close behind. Apart from that, I've given Fen-Fen a new Facebook page and his own Tumblr, and soon, a new look. While he may take a little prodding, expect him to have a lot of mileage from them.
Click here for the NEW official Fenris Designs
And for Twitter!
In other news...
For the first time ever, I shall be attending a convention. From February 20 to 22, I will be in Dallas for Texas Furry Fiesta. I'm excited because ri
I got a new Cintiq today. While it was a bit of a pain setting it up, especially for a southpaw like myself, it was worth it, now sitting proudly before my monitor.
In short, I now have an large Intuous4 that needs selling.
Four years old, it's in perfect working condition. While it does have a couple of score marks on its surface, they don't affect the tablet's performance.
It comes with all its original packaging and accessories, including drivers and activation code, cable, pen, mouse, and interchangeable nibs.
If you're interested, note me and we can work out somethi
Hallo!mid just like to tell you, your steampunk goggles tutorial is amazing! I'm a starter in this subject, and if you don't mind, I'd like to ask you if there is a way to replace the leather for the goggles. I have no problem with the straps, but I am having trouble with leather for the rims(I'm not sure what they're called). I have felt, but it doesn't seem to be strong enough.
Hi! Glad you're interested in my tutorial. I made it a bit through trial and error myself and good news is there are a number of ways to reinforce the cups or use a more humane material. There are a number of faux leathers in various weights that could help. Felt can even be reinforced from the backside with a stiff fabric like buckram, or even cardboard, glued or sewn down.