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Runaway Workshop

Pointed canine ear blanks, soft foam for LARP, festivals, costumes, mascots and fursuits (1 pair)

Pointed canine ear blanks, soft foam for LARP, festivals, costumes, mascots and fursuits (1 pair)

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These flexible pointed canine ear blanks are 3D printed for guaranteed symmetry, Ideal for a number of species such as fox, wolf, dog, large cats, and more. Easy to use to create professional quality animal ears that stand out for all kinds of animal themed costume and model projects. They're also flexible, making them highly durable for active wearing, combat and performance.

Colours may vary between black and white, if you have a preference for either, please add a note to seller.

Can be made in different sizes for all kinds of projects:

Small (6.5cm base) : Ideal for children's animal themed costumes, or other small projects such as plushies, puppets and dolls

Medium (9cm base) : Create a simple animal illusion with these ears and just some makeup, for LARP, theater, cosplay, festivals, fursuiting, and other forms of costuming and performance art. Attach them to a hat, headband, headphones, costume helmet, garland, any kind of head wear, then all that's needed is a small amount of fabric to bring them to life. feel free to message me for any tips!

Large (11.5cm base): Ideal for building fursuits, combine them with one of my fursuit bases or your own to take some of the stress out of fursuit making.

Oversized (15cm base): Ideal for oversized fursuit heads, such as kemono style

Custom size requests are also available, just message me with your required dimensions for a quote.
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How to build a fursuit head with a pre-made base (Getting ready to fur)

In this Video I will be demonstrating how I build my heads using the parts available in my store. 

This version is more how I would build suits I intend to wear for myself as the head in the video is for a cosplay. For professional suits, I have a different process that requires more duct taping and copydex adhesive... however I didn't have any copydex left during the making of this video. Anyway, hopefully this will answer some questions:

- How do I line the base?

- How do I attach it to a balaclava? (Sort of answers it, but that's the footage I lost) 6:52 (Can also be seen in "how to make a moving jaw" tutorial)

- What do I do if I don't want a moving jaw? 7:21

- How do I fit eyes to the base? 8:33

- How do I build the back of the head? 9:57

- How do I attach ears? 14:22

- How easy is it to modify? 23:49

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