Hippogryph Fursuit WIP
Posted 25 December 2012 - 10:37 PM
I'm working on a Hippogryph (Kinda like a gryphon except rarther than a lion and a bird it's a Horse and bird) The bird part is a crow and the horse part is a Grey horse with splotches :3 Here's a WIP Video (THe head only. It's basically done, I just have to fix the mouth and add eyes)
Posted 27 December 2012 - 12:31 AM
Keep up the good work-
Posted 27 December 2012 - 01:27 AM
Posted 13 January 2013 - 03:29 AM
I think it's a bit loose on me. But before I put the fur on it moved really well. I think the fur is too tight somewhere. I'm not sure if I want to go for scary or not. I've considered toony eyes, but I am leaning more on the resin eyes. She'll have bright green eyes, but if I make them out of resin I don't think they will be follow-me.
Yeah, on my most recent partial, I ran into the fur being too heavy for the jaw. I think the fur weighs it down and then it just isn't as great as when you had it foamed! It's most depressing!
What I did that worked out wonderfully, was I glued elastic to the back of the lower jaw and pulled it as taut as I could before I glued the other end down inside the mask. I used two strips of woven-non slip elastic. Be sure it's woven. It's a stronger stretch and support.
Black elastic should work best for you can't tell that you did anything or messed up when people see you. Hope that helped!
All in all, it's nice to see a fellow Christian making a fursuit! Keep up the good work! I'm liking what you have alll ready!
Posted 20 January 2013 - 09:46 AM
The video in the original post is now down I will have a new one, soon.
Also, She-King thank you! I will note your suggestion.
No problem, hon. Just use as much as needed until you're happy. Be warned, until the elastic stretches a bit, you might become a little choked for a while, but it should stretch out, yet keep your jaw taut and keep that talking illusion we all want so badly
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