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Unread 04-27-2013, 05:40 PM   #1
Jularxene
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Making Fox Tails? (Ninetails)

Hello there, just looking for some help on how I can go about making my tails. It's Ninetails I am attempting to create heh, though I don't know how to keep the tails bowing up and then downward, like so:

http://i30.photobucket.com/albums/c3.../Ninetails.gif

I have an idea on how to construct the tails themselves, but keeping them up is a different story lol I didn't want to attach then to my back, would wires be the solution? cause I feel like they might be too heavy... the material is so thick but just like fur xP

Anyways, any help would be great, different ideas, I appreciate it, I have 2 months to finish this xD
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Unread 04-28-2013, 09:19 PM   #2
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I've seen burlesque dancers and Carnival parade performers wearing things that look like peacock tails in terms of shape, like a big fan with feathers or petals on it. You could look into how that kind of thing is constructed. It might end up being a masquerade type thing that you only wear on stage and for photographs because I can't see it being anything other than very large and unwieldy, especially in terms of trying not to knock over other people in the hallway.
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