Aug. 6th, 2007 @ 01:27 pm
So, we've got a new mask out. Something thats not a bear or a canine. Go us! ;)
This sheep is on his way to the UK shortly where he will become a specific Victorian Gentleman
- in sheep form! However for our photographic costuming purposes, he's a bit medieval.
I'll update the pictures when the client sends us the full costumed shots.
The hands are three fingered with hooves.
The head is extremely lightweight, the horns are not real.
The eyes are slightly more cartoony so that he doesn't scare small children (realistic sheep are creepy!) but the rest of him was painted as if he were realistic.
We also have other costumes we have as yet to post, including:
The spotty cats (icon)
Two full werewolf costumes
Another fox mask
A cartoony bear mask
A realistic cat mask
And probably others i'm forgetting.
Most certainly your best ever :D *very* realistic.
Really fantastic! I am in love with that hair!
Oh crap, thats has to be one of hte most impressive suits I have ever seen! O__O
|Date:||August 6th, 2007 08:48 pm (UTC)|| |
As always...kick ass all around :D
Now this costume is really good! Looking forward to see your next ones.
|Date:||August 6th, 2007 08:50 pm (UTC)|| |
awesome job! :D I love everything bout it, but the eyes confuse me a bit. >.< I think it's because they go in so much. I LOVE the horns and hands and painting on it though. :)
|Date:||August 6th, 2007 09:42 pm (UTC)|| |
I have to agree, there's something about them that's so distorted they don't really read as eyes to me.
The furring and airbrushing job is absolutely gorgeous, as usual. :)
oh wow that looks positively gorgeous!!!
|Date:||August 6th, 2007 08:53 pm (UTC)|| |
That looks phenominal! I love the mix of the softer, more cartoony eyes with the realistic fur and patterns. That curly fur is awesome too, perfect for a sheep.
|Date:||August 6th, 2007 09:00 pm (UTC)|| |
Wow, this is awesome!! very classy too.
WOW!!!! Got to Love it!!!! Awsome!!!!
wow, your suit is always amusing o.o
it's awesome and beautiful, and in the same way - very realistic! o.o
I was wondering the same thing, I couldn't tell in some of the angles if the eyes were open or had eye lids that moved, I wasn't sure if I was the only one or not
I agree with utlah74. This new costume is really great, but eyes looks weird.
The conic part of eyes is maybye too small, but on these kind of heads, you don't have enough space to put large conic part for the 3D eyes effect.
On toony heads, the conic part is larger than eyes holes: http://db.fursuit.org/img/suits/373/Darktiger1936.jpg
|Date:||August 7th, 2007 06:27 pm (UTC)|| |
Beautiful! I would kill to know how you did the horns... I've been fighting with mine for days now.
This is pretty awesome. Go you indeed! Can never have too many ungulate costumes/masks...
Also, since i see your icon, i wanted to say i saw you spotty cat folks at AC and thought those were pretty cool costumes too. I didn't know who it was until after... I was lamenting the fact later on that i didn't get any good pictures. :-/
But, nice work there too!
|Date:||August 6th, 2007 10:29 pm (UTC)|| |
how inspiring! what kind of materials do you use for the base?
|Date:||August 6th, 2007 11:19 pm (UTC)|| |
This is absolutely incredible! I seriously want a whitetail buck from you guys, now. I love the gloves from you guys, now I'm completely confident that you can do a terrific job on a deer.
|Date:||August 6th, 2007 11:29 pm (UTC)|| |
I've actually got some Springbok horns made for fun with nowhere to go as yet.
HOLY CRAP. you guys are amazing.
that is totally the look i want if i ever do a boar suit. boarish head with a classy costume. its such a fantastic look! beautiful work.
I'd love to do a boar one day. They are just too cool. A lot of pubs in the UK are called "The Blue Boar". I was wondering if it had any folklore significance or if it was merely a pub thing. Need to find out one day.
|Date:||August 7th, 2007 01:39 am (UTC)|| |
you do beautiful work congratulations
Very nice! I take back my last comment because I never saw the extended gallery with extra pictures >.<
Oh Myohmyohmy thats AbsoBlippinLutelyFanTasTIC!!!! My Gosh your guys's skills have nicely rounded fantastically well :) Congrats on another great creation!!
Wow, those horns are outstanding. I hope my ones for my demoness turn out half that good.
I also love the airbrush work, and the furs you used. Very nice indeed.
Sorry about my last post there - I was totally speechless!!
My house is surrounded by grazing lots on three sides and often the neighbors sheep and goats break out of the fence and come over to mow my lawn right up to my windows. I'm priviledged to study their details and markings while I'm doing the dishes lol! Your ram is absolutely incredible -I hope I can meet him someday.
Forget the medi-evil costume, it's way over done. You should have him in a nascar racing suit with the DODGE logo. ;)
This is completely stunning.
I have been searching for a material similar to the one used here for the "curly" hair of the sheep-- to make a costume reminiscent of the male swan costumes used in Matthew Bourne's production of "Swan Lake"-- what did you use here, if you don't mind sharing?
I'm very interested in seeing the cat costumes, since I'm scouting makers who can represent domestic cats well.
There are more costumes here:http://www.primalvisions.com/portfolio/
No domestic cats as yet, but they are not a problem, we can work from any reference.
The gallery is not linked to the main site as yet, as I'm hoping to find some better gallery software.