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05 Apr 2014 - 22:03112522
Heavy horns?
I made my horns from expanding foam and attached them to a headband. All fine and dandy!

Then i did the paper mache clay.. still pretty fine.

(I kept testing them and they sat fine).

I put worbla over that (because I'm shit at sandpaper) and tried them again..

If I keep my head VERY still, they're fine..

BUT I am supposed to wear them pretty far foward.. and they're too heavy for that.

How could I attach the head band to my head better? D:
Would Spirit gum be strong enough?

I thought about hair clips but don't have a clue what type to go for!


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05 Apr 2014 - 23:49112525
If they're needing to be sat really far forward, you'll need them as light as possible. It may be worth looking at this tutorial - they'd be a lot lighter, given its without the paper mache and worbla.

http://ermelyn.deviantart.com/art/How-to-make-Horns-303352485

The alternative is to compromise slightly and wear them further back than the design you're trying to follow goes with.


06 Apr 2014 - 18:09112544
I'm planning to try and wear it along my hair line (if not then a tiny bit further back). It seems that they'd be alright if they weren't top heavy though, so I need to find a good way of weighing down the ends of the headband.


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