Ngala Incolore

A beautifully ephemeral portrait of Ngala @ Desucon 8, 2013. The photo was taken during a rainstorm using natural lighting only for a soft, uncoloured effect; dream-like and serene.

Ngala was made on commission by Clockwork Creature and is owned/worn by me, Tarangryph.

Photo @ Mathias Gautun 2013, all rights reserved. Uploaded with permission.

Yo, Dawg, we hear you like foxes. So we foxed a fox on your wall so you can look at a fox while you’re a fox!

Forfaox visited the photo exposition of Belgian photographer Charlotte Lybeer. For her project themed with costumes he posed as her model about 5 years ago… and look how handsome he has become in the meantime!

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roxy fursuit unboxing

watching all these unboxing videos, makes me want to buy my fur suit even more !! 
but whether to go toony like roxy or semi realistic like clockwork creatures suits is a hard choice :( 

This amazing husband and wife team do astounding fursuit/costuming work.  They are quite brilliant

She is a  professional, full-time costumer specializing in realistic animal and creature costumes. And her husband ~LaughingScarab  run Clockwork Creature Studio, through which they take custom costume commissions on a roughly seasonal basis.

Please visit [link] (their website) 


anonymous asked:

Do you know of any makers who do Bear Fursuits? I haven't seen very many around, and the ones that I have seen have bad reviews.

I have 3 that immediately come to mind, they’re all well reviewed makers as well as higher priced.

ClockworkCreature - example
BeetleCat - example
BeastCub - example (quad but more realistic anatomy wise) example (standard furry anatomy, semi-toony)

As with any species, there are many more examples of toony suits. If you’re willing to go either style then there’s a wider range of makers available than what I’ve listed.