Follow me effect, see through mesh, 3D printed eyes for costumes.
Make your head base stand out with, vibrant, hand painted, plastic, waterproofed eyes, simple design easy for beginners to install. Coloured options are hand painted onto high quality canvas mesh and sealed with clear coat for a waterproof finish at no extra charge. They are made from PET-g plastic, not foam or PLA, so they are firm, water resistant, and hold their shape when installed.
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These toony follow me effect eyes are made to fit the eye socket for my current head bases, but please note, they are **TOO SMALL FOR MY KEMONO STYLE HEAD BASES*** (See my other listings for more sizes)
7cm x 6cm X 2cm deep
These are suitable for all species.
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BLANK EYES: Pair of plastic eyes with a sheet of buckram for you to paint as you like.
PLAIN BLACK / WHITE IRIS: Plastic pair of eyes with plain, solid black or white mesh installed
COLOURED: Pair of plastic eyes with mesh installed, painted to your chosen design. Choose from pre-made colours or customise to suit your project. Use the personalisation box or note to seller to describe your order.
HETEROCHROMIA: YOU MAY CHOOSE TWO DIFFERENT COLOURED EYES FOR ONE PAIR, I get asked this a lot, and yes, I can do this for you at no extra charge. You do not need to buy two pairs of eyes for this option.
CUSTOM OPTIONS: Many custom options are available, including pupils, shines and designs, please see the listing photos for more. If you can’t fully describe your design, please also provide a reference image with a description of what you would like, the more detailed the better (even things that might seem obvious from the reference image). Colours won’t always match 100%, but I will do my best to match as close as possible with the colours I have available. I can recreate most designs, the only limit is the mesh material which makes it difficult to add very fine detail, but if you're not sure, feel free to message me first.
WITHOUT KEY DETAILS, YOUR ORDER WILL LIKELY BE DELAYED
- They are a lot easier to see through when they are on a head, due to the contrast between the dark inside and the light outside.