I just posted a few more listings in my Etsy shop. When I made this werewolf costume
I had a lot of people comment on some of the little details like the ears and the nose, asking me where I got them and such. Since most werewolf prosthetics that are available online or in costume shops look totally lame and fake, I simply had purchased the least lame appliances that I could find and then did my own custom job on them with paints and fur. After I worked out a technique that made for pretty neat end results I got the idea that I could make more of these things and sell them. Here are some new and improved ears I just put up for sale, in two color varieties:
On Etsy: http://www.etsy.com/listing/73991974/we … -realistic
On Etsy: http://www.etsy.com/listing/73995492/we … -realistic
And here are my two nose varieties:
On Etsy: http://www.etsy.com/listing/73994941/we … v1_other_2
On Etsy: http://www.etsy.com/listing/73995830/we … -realistic
I imagine they'd be a nice addition to a simple werewolf makeup. The jewelry is just a little touch inspired by some of the characters in Martin Millar's Werewolf Girl series. Werewolves are so punk rock.
Last edited by Famous_Balloon_Thief (2011-05-13 22:51:52)
Hello again! I just wanted to let people know that I have now have a listing for custom ears as well! http://www.etsy.com/listing/73995492/cu … thetic-any The first ears pictured above (Kalix) have sold already but I can make something very similar, with the same brown fur color scheme and a dog bone earring. I can also make the ears a different skin tone or the fur a different color...I can actually make it just about any color possible, including unnatural colors (if you have pink or blue hair, you've got to get the ears to match!) Get em just in time for Halloween!