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WIP Fox 1 of 2 by luthien368 WIP Fox 1 of 2 by luthien368
I have moved this image because I'm splitting my account, since not everybody is interested in all the stuff I do.
You can find it here now :iconfurforge:

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Showing a bit of the progress I made with my fox-suit recently. A second, male one, is also in work.

I've learned so much cool techniques again, I think I will never stop learning and thinking up new and better ways to do this stuff :D Wee!

Find more info about this project in my blog: [link]
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KaluluUchiha Jan 15, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
Beautiful facial structure :DD As well as the realism in the airbrushed shadow lines. good job x3
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luthien368 Jan 15, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks a lot :) I'm very happy how the face came out after furring. The colors are not airbrushed, only painted on with copic markers, for small parts this is quite easy, also you can press the color deeper into the fur.
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KaluluUchiha Jan 15, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
true. but ive always seen that certain marker types will run on certain furs o.o so thats a bit of a guessing game in itself if your not careful.
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luthien368 Jan 15, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Ok, thanks for the warning. I made good experience with Copics, though not for more than a year now. Parts of the smaller spots of my goat are painted on, they are still there :)
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KaluluUchiha Jan 16, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
i use high-grade watered down acrylic paints and a blow dryer on low about a foot away from the area. now THAT will NEVER come off. made damn sure of it x3
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luthien368 Jan 16, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Good idea... but doesn't that make the fur stick together? I used this technique (without the blow dryer though) on the kirin, but only for the short-trimmed parts.
[link]
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KaluluUchiha Jan 20, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
Beautifulllll :oooo

It really depends if you do it right or not. you can paint on up to 2" pile fur and still have it be styleble
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Wenn du so weitermachst, wirst du am Ende von PETA verhauen, weils zu realistisch aussieht, als dass sie dir glauben würden dass es Kunstfell ist :roll:
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luthien368 Jan 15, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
XD Das wär mal ne tolle Werbung, oder?
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The-Floofy-Woofy Jan 14, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
This is beautiful!
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