FurR.CluB!

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The first fursuit. Made in 2013. Redesigned in 2015.
  • After the last modifications.
  • Wire frame - personal discovery
  • The head, but even without the eye
  • Making carcasses
  • The conductive finger for clicks in my smartphone
  • Legs...
  • sew fursuit
  • Tongue, teeth, eyes - is now possible to take a walk
It was a good occasion - Carnival and the day of the city - and a good motivation to have time to do something interesting this month. Fursuit I am going to force one master, so the methods used do not require the active support and assistance. Search for the best way to make the head led to the framing of wire bonding technology with nodes on strong thread and glue hotmelt (aircraft modeling technique, often used for making kites). Casing head skeleton - thin, dense Thermoflex. The frame was so strong that it led to the idea to reduce its presence to a minimum for subsequent heads. Jaw planned opening, and get as easily demountable, which is handy for drying suites. Ventilation - active, with the influx of both through the eyes and through the ears (where provided large holes). A distinctive feature of the head - a built-in earphones to get bored in suite was not necessary. Crosslinking of parts fursuit conducted using stationery clips, allowing uniform tensile stresses in the material, and securely hold the seams for easy work at the sewing machine. The tail is a removable cover on the tight framework - it is convenient for washing, and also allowed to change the frame on packing light padding polyester when not needed reliability to "children", and private facilities, such as riding a rollercoaster. The tail is a removable cover on the tight framework - it is convenient for washing, and also allowed to change the frame on packing light padding polyester when not required reliability of the destruction of the children on the tail, but, for example, a personal convenience to walk. Feetpaws for street "runs" - planned the most fortified, on solid rubber sole and pasting of durable fabric on embossed surfaces of shell. These feetpaws used in rain and snow and keep stomping until now. In 2014, various options were sewn handpaws, because the old ones just did not wash out. In 2015 it was changed to the shape of the muzzle nose and color: it was a test of maintainability design. And everything turned out fine: wire frame bent into new positions, coating replaced, and is now nose more as cartoon. In general, the fursuit continues to work - bring joy to us and to others...

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