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Anonymous said: An eye fell off my head and I had to use super glue to reattach it because nothing else was available then. Does super glue have any nasty effects when used in small amounts like that?

I don’t think so

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centaurtesticles said: Is there another material that could be substituted for foamys when making follow me eyes, or another way to make follow me eyes without putting the eyes halfway in the eyeholes?

Hmm I’m not an expert when it comes to follow me toony eyes. For that I would say no. You need the deepth for the follow me effect. But maybe some of my followers have other tips for you^^

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Anonymous said: I have been trying to make my fursuit head, and at first I was confident, but now as my foam base is almost finished, I lost all that confidence and think it looks very poor. Should I just scrap the project?

if you are not happy with it yes because you won’t like the finished head if you don’t like the base.
But take some pictures of the base and maybe ask for some cirtique in fursuit groups and communities

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Anonymous said: I have 2d toony eyes for the head. Right now they're pretty much completely flat, but they fit a little weird on the face. (The fur isn't on yet) should I try to bend them a bit? Can you even tell its a little off when the head gets furred?

Sorry I can’t tell you without a picture

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the-padded-room0 said: Is there a good stitch to hand stitch fur ive been doing a blanket stitch for a bit now and ive been wanting to know if theres a better stitch or not :D thanks for these tutorials theyre a great help

Well depends on what you like. I use blanket stitch for all things that I need to handsew

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happyhellhound said: Hello! I was wondering - when making head with horns/spikes, do you attach them to the base and then attach the fur, or do you put them on after the fur?

personally I attach both at the same time. I make the fur pattern without the horns and attach them while I fur my head

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Anonymous said: Do you have any good kemono fursuit tutorials?

http://fursuit-tutorials.tumblr.com/post/45097351165/a-tutorial-i-want-to-share-for-a-few-weeks-now-but

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Anonymous said: are there any good digi leg tutorials that use polyfil anywhere? I can't seem to find any.

Polyfilpaddings work like foam paddings. You need to sew padding pillows in the shape you want, stuff it and attach it to your suit

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swizzietheunicorgi said: Hello there! Your tips are super helpful, I was wondering if you could help me out with some advice on my ears? I made large canine ears out of foam like the rest of the head, it seemed sturdy and flexible even when I draped fur on it for tests, etc. But now that the fur is cut out, sewn together, and pinned on it is causing the tips of the ear to droop quite alot. Anything I can do to reinforce but still keep the ears flexible and relatively the same so I don't need to start over? Thanks!!

For me this sounds like the fur you sewn together is to tight. I had this problem too on a head, I made the fursleeve wider and the problem was solved

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Anonymous said: Would making a foam base for a tail be better for a tail that had a somewhat complicated pattern? I don't want to bother much with doing a complicated pattern unless it'd have a drastically different look with a foam base compared to being stuffed

For me it doesn’t matter if the tail is out of foam or only stuffed. The work is the same