View Full Version : Fox/Cat Ear & Paw Tutorials?

07-03-2006, 03:15 PM
Anyone have any good links?

07-03-2006, 03:30 PM
i made my paws (both hand and foot paws) from matrices' tutorials. they're really helpful. for ears though, i'm not too sure. we just cut out a pattern in the fur and sewed them from scratch, then attatched them to a headband. i'm planning to make a MUCH better pair this year though, ones that don't look flat or like bunny ears... T_T.
what sort of costume are you needing it for?

hope i could help!

- Selene Moonblood

07-03-2006, 05:18 PM
That was a great help, thanks so much! These are actually for my fursona so I can cosplay her at the next AnthroCon and for my Flora cosplay from TwoKinds as well.

07-03-2006, 10:29 PM
squee! so you're a fur as well? i am. my fursona is selene moonblood, my only costume that i have done. i would KILL to go to anthrocon or furry weekend atlanta but until i'm 18...

07-05-2006, 01:22 PM
Thanks, the foot page was really helpful. I stayed up all nite making my feet for my dragon. Which means It's done :) Thanks Alot!

07-06-2006, 09:54 PM
Yesssah! I am a furry, my fursona is Isil Bastet. ^^ Anthrocon is my next year goal.

07-07-2006, 11:43 PM
Anyone have any good links?

Hmm, cat ears were one of the first things I ever made. If it helps, all I did was go to walmart where I bought some craftfoam for the shape of the ear, some faux fur for the fuzziness, and some pink fabric for the inside of the ear.

For the ear, I cut out two curved triangle shapes for the ear from the craft foam. I glued the pink fabric to the center of the ear pattern in the front(It might be better to sew it though, thats what im going to do next time). On the back I attached the faux fur. I gave the ear the shape I wanted by sewing it on the band in the shape I wanted. I made two bands and a cat ear hat that way.

I tried paws before, but once, all I did was sew some fur with some extra stuff on a pair of gloves I got at Walmart, and the same for some cheap shoes I bought there, I sewed up some balls of faux fur for the toes and attached it to the front of the shoe.

It worked for me, I hope this helps. :bigtu:
Sorry I dont have any links.