The fangs, dagger hilt pieces and a couple of discs for shrink testing I've made using air drying clay for my Princess Mononoke cosplay.

The fangs, dagger hilt pieces and a couple of discs for shrink testing I've made using air drying clay for my Princess Mononoke cosplay.

Using air drying clay to make a dagger for my Princess Mononoke cosplay

Using air drying clay to make a dagger for my Princess Mononoke cosplay

Me in my finished cos-play.

Me in my finished cos-play.

The back of my pelt. I had sewn front and back paws onto my pelt too but you can't actually see the back paws sticking out like I thought they would. The front ones sat on my shoulders a few millimeters below my collarbone.

The back of my pelt. I had sewn front and back paws onto my pelt too but you can't actually see the back paws sticking out like I thought they would. The front ones sat on my shoulders a few millimeters below my collarbone.

How my cloak sat with the mask on. Unfortunatly my ears decided not to play fair and so they're sitting on an angle... But it was a comfortable and warm cos-play for a massively over air conditioned convention centre and a chilly, windy, rainy day considering I get cold easily and both my legs and my arms were exposed.

How my cloak sat with the mask on. Unfortunatly my ears decided not to play fair and so they're sitting on an angle... But it was a comfortable and warm cos-play for a massively over air conditioned convention centre and a chilly, windy, rainy day considering I get cold easily and both my legs and my arms were exposed.

A close up with the actual mixed colour I made for the inner ear and red of the mask.

A close up with the actual mixed colour I made for the inner ear and red of the mask.

My paper mache ears sewn onto my hood. That was a pain in the thumb... Literally. I accidentally stabbed my thumb trying to get the pin to stab through the paper mache so I could stitch through the holes. My partner was laughing at me when I called out to him for a bandaid "and quickly please sweetie as I'm trying not to bleed on my fur!!" I mean really. That's a normal reaction right? Right???

My paper mache ears sewn onto my hood. That was a pain in the thumb... Literally. I accidentally stabbed my thumb trying to get the pin to stab through the paper mache so I could stitch through the holes. My partner was laughing at me when I called out to him for a bandaid "and quickly please sweetie as I'm trying not to bleed on my fur!!" I mean really. That's a normal reaction right? Right???

My San mask. I changed the colours of the lines to the dark grayish leafy green as I thought it would better reflect the forest and what someone who lives with wolves would likely make paint with.

My San mask. I changed the colours of the lines to the dark grayish leafy green as I thought it would better reflect the forest and what someone who lives with wolves would likely make paint with.

How I attached my paper mache mask to my hood and pelt

How I attached my paper mache mask to my hood and pelt

My fang necklace that I made using jewellery twine, wooden beads salvaged from a truly hideous necklace bought in an op shop for $2 and air drying clay that I shaped to try and look like naturally battered wolf fangs. I then painted them in a lightened yellow and dry brushed Pearlescent White over the top to dull the yellow a bit as it was very garish. I painted the tops of the fangs brown as all the photos I had looked up first showed the half of the tooth extracted from the gum as a dark…

My fang necklace that I made using jewellery twine, wooden beads salvaged from a truly hideous necklace bought in an op shop for $2 and air drying clay that I shaped to try and look like naturally battered wolf fangs. I then painted them in a lightened yellow and dry brushed Pearlescent White over the top to dull the yellow a bit as it was very garish. I painted the tops of the fangs brown as all the photos I had looked up first showed the half of the tooth extracted from the gum as a dark…

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