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Fox tail tutorial 1 by TwirlyFoxy Fox tail tutorial 1 by TwirlyFoxy
#1 part of tutorial- making ur pattern

Instructions:
This is a pattern I came up with for the making of my tail.
This pattern is using the two side technique where u will
sew together two halves of the tail to get a curve instead of
that beaver tail pattern... ew :p

in case anyone is wondering... the circle is the end part that
will cover the hole later :) and the tip part is for the white of
the tail, it can be made bigger in ur own design. If u want a
thick tail, u might want to make ur pattern *if it's similar to
mine* a little fatter, mines gonna be skinny seeing as it
won't be as fat as it is now *it's not very fat to begin with
xD* it will be even skinner when it's all sewn together.
Same goes if u want a longer, tail.... make ur pattern a little
thicker and longer (don't want a super skinny long tail either
xD) but it is harder to support a heavier tail, so keep that in
mind.

when transferring onto the fur here r somethings to look out for....

go to next picture! :dummy:

next---> [link] Finished--> [link] (on my active account)

any questions? already! :ohnoes: send me a note on my active account here :iconsucittarsucivron:

Art (c) me

may use pattern i'd love if u could provide a link back to one
of the parts of the tutorial, i'd love to see what u've done! :)
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kitsune-khalid Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2013
How much fabric did you end up using?
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SucittarSucivron Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2013  Student General Artist
I purchased about a yard and had plenty left over.
sorry for late reply. I left this account years ago, but decided to check back in with active account.
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superstarsagal12 Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
thanks for making this tutorial,it will help me with my Gijinka Kyuubey Cosplay ^^
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IntusAsper Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2012
So this is paper? Like, construction paper?
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TwirlyFoxy Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2012
yep, just so you can trace around it onto the fabric
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BoarLikesYam Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
oh i thought it was a penis
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cheese445523 Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2011  Student General Artist
how big is the paper? and how long should the pieces be?
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SucittarSucivron Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2011  Student General Artist
it's all in your personal opinion on how big u want it :)
this was about a 3/4 of a yard long
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seiko-neko Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2011  Student Digital Artist
your tutorial is just awesome!!! thank you so much!!it will be suuuuch usefull!!!
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TwirlyFoxy Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2011
thank you, glad to be of help :)
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