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huge ears! (fursuit)

3 Jan 2019, 11:19 am (Edited 3 Jan 2019, 11:26 am)
so, I made a new first fursuit fursona (for like the fifth time). She's a fennec fox, who is suppost to be the embodiment of cute. for this reason her ears are gonna be larger then your standard fennec fox fursuit ears. I want them to stay sturdy and not to floppy. how can I do that?


3 Jan 2019, 11:32 am
If you want something that can be pushed down and spring back up, I would recommend getting a sheet of flexible plastic and then using cutouts. These are usually purchasable from home improvement stores. If you are looking for complete stability, you could probably get away with a cardboard cutout, maybe a couple layers of it to make sure it doesn't bend.
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3 Jan 2019, 11:33 am
OH! Finally, a question I can answer. If you use moldable plastic like Instamorph or a knockoff you can make a stable base to add foam and fur and such too. Another option is vinyl- while not the most rigid it's good to add stability.
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