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About Almondjoi

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  • Birthday November 5

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    Fursuits, art, gardening, cooking, sewing, veterinary medicine, Biblical studies, fishing, candyyy, Lolita, fairy kei,
    Profile picture is by azaleesh, of my character viceory!
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    Angelkin mammalian dragoness
  1. Hi .w. -gives cookie- x3 Don't worry about being generic, the furry fandom is huge xD
  2. Foam is much easier to sculpt, clean, and work with than any other material I've heard of. Plus, if you mess up, all you need to do is add a piece of foam on xD. That'd be a a lot harder to do with resin or a slush cast, because when it comes out, its either perfect or its not. Foam unbelievably so, is not just for going heads either, in fact Rebecca Sharpe (owner of Sharpe costumes), uses foam for some of realistic and semi realistic heads! It all depends on how you use it. All foam heads are bulkier than partly foam (partly foam as in built off a balaclava with no base). If you're interested in more of a toon style head, I recommend you look at kloofsuits bucket head tutorial, if interested in semi realism or a realistic head, look into Sharpe costumes' tutorial on Google.
  3. This actually has been done before if you possess knitting skills, and own a slicker or barbeque brush (to brush the yarn out). It can be done on a head, or for specific parts like a tail tip or lions mane if one doesn't want to purchase a whole hard of expensive long pile fur. However as a entire suit, yarn would need constant brushing and cleaning because the fibers are incredibly thin, if you've ever owned a yarn tail you'll know they seem to act like vaccums rather than tails The thin fibers would knot after repeated washing and when combing these knots out, itd probably just rip the fibers out and slowly but surely leave you with a bald suit. If you're in a honest to goodness pinch, use coupons or shorter pile! Distinctive fabrics carries discounts regularly, and nice quality fur. Overall a entire suit made of yarn, would not be such a good idea.
  4. I will gladly provide Fursuit advice, tips, and critique. I'm pretty knowledgeable about the process and techniques and am happy to share with beginners ^^
  5. Youtube! Learn the back stitch, ladder stitch, and blanket stitch for first making. They are easy, invisible, and durable. YouTube has some great videos for learning how to sew c:
  6. I may be able to help with art, yes C:
  7. Hey there! I am Angel, otherwise known as viceory the angelkin mammalian dragoness. I've been involved in the furry community for a long time, though I've yet to find a Christian community like this one, and I'm happy I did. Anyways a bit about me: I am a furry artist I make fursuits, though I haven't in awhile and I want to start again I'm on Facebook! You can add me, just ask. I like cookies x3 My favorite color is blue I love Jesus C: And, I like making free art. Thanks for letting me join, hoping to make some friends ^~^
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