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Tutorial - Fantasy Fennec Fox Posable Creature by Heiditruth Tutorial - Fantasy Fennec Fox Posable Creature by Heiditruth
Because I believe in sharing knowledge. 
I am not too great with hyperlinking etc, so please go to the URL below to see the full photo-set and tutorial on Imgur.

imgur.com/a/09e6n

A proper outdoor photo-shoot of this girl will be uploaded soon :)
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StarrysStudio Featured By Owner Oct 14, 2014  Student General Artist
This was amazing. Exactly what I was looking for too! :'D
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Heiditruth Featured By Owner Oct 14, 2014
Oh awesome thanks for leaving a comment!!! Glad it hit the spot :)
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Starburstangel8 Featured By Owner Oct 8, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
This is the best tutorial I've found yet thanks so much.
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Heiditruth Featured By Owner Oct 8, 2014
Wonderful! I'm so happy that people are finding it helpful :) Thanks for taking the time to put a reply
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Brambleshadow12 Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
is there a way for me to get like tiger or cheetah pattern on the Posable creature I'm working on?
And nice tutorial ^^ helped me more then the first ones I did :D
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Heiditruth Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2014
Awesome, glad it helps! I don't have any patterns, I work mostly by eye. But you could probably find a pattern online for a stuffed animal tiger or something, and build the posable wire form according to the measurements of the pattern.
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Omg Thank you so much for this!! Iv been wanting to make one of these but i had no idea about how to go about it! im more of a visual learner so if i cant see something being done i have a hard time understanding -_- but this is amazing You are awesome! Heart 
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Heiditruth Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2014
:D awesome I'm so glad you liked it! Me too, and I found it sooo hard to find information when I started - but now that I know a bit more I'm glad I can pass on info to others <3
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TrainxHeartnet Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2014
Well I really do appreciate it! <3 If you dont mind me asking where do you find your fur? im looking around for something online i have a couple of craft stores around here but they are VERY limited in the fur department =/
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Heiditruth Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2014
craft stores are not where you wanna go. I get all my fur at fabric and textile shops. I get some of my fur at Fabricville (I think it goes under the name Fabricland in the USA if that's where your from) Or any other textile store. Check out speciality fabric stores, for example here in Montreal there is a street down-town that is mainly visited by seamstresses etc. and they have many stores that have a selection 4 or 5 times bigger than Fabricville in the faux fur department in every color imaginable. Sometimes they are hard to find online, and you have to trawl message boards for your city or talk to some people who do seamstress work. I had to walk all over the place before I found my favorite place :P But it's really nice because I can go in and see and touch the fur, see how thick it is, how it looks in the light etc.

If you are stumped at finding a place in your city, there are some great online stores with shipping and lots of selection, only drawback is you can't really tell how the quality of it will be until you get it in the mail. I haven't ordered online as of yet, but if you decide to go online, make sure to check some reviews of the site first and you should be good :)
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