Now Playing Tracks

Clearance sale! Clearing out my old stock of discontinued, odd or con-table items.
PIC #1
I made these up for sale at a con in 2011. These are the leftovers I’ve been meaning to sell off since.
They are of the same range of horns I usually sell, but were produced in a rush and before I learnt some of my current tricks, so quality on some suffered. Likewise I ran out of regular foam part way through so switched to the harder foam for the first time, and inexperience working with it led to some voids and bubbles.
* Foam breakthrough is where the inner foam filling is visible through the outer skin. Usually means the skin didn’t coat the inside of the mould completely. In-line with the regular surface, but with a rougher texture and colour difference. May not take paint as well in that area.
* Voids are when resin or foam has formed a bubble or failed to fill an area fully, leaving.. a void.

Most of these were previously on headbands, but I’ve removed them for easier shipping.
The yellow/orange ones were an attempt at Homestuck-style two-colour horns. They didn’t work out according to plan, but are pigmented not painted so the appearance can be altered somewhat.
Harder foam weighs a little more than regular foam.
These horns are now fairly old and do not represent my current production quality.
For sale at price listed, or best/nearest offer. Prices are based on my own judgement of their original price verses how usable they are or how far they differ from standard. This can be a very favourable mark-down!

From left to right.
Top row;
Type #8 - Plain, shrinkage creases, red paint-chip inclusion. £4
Type #7 - Black with black lowlight paint base drilled, slight foam breakthrough. £8
Type #8 - Maroon with black lowlight paint, base drilled, harder foam. £6
Type #7 - Maroon with black lowlight paint, base drilled, harder foam. £9
Type #8 - Maroon with black lowlight paint, base drilled, harder foam. £6

Middle row;
Type #4 - Plain with black lowlight paint, base drilled. £10
Type #6 - Plain with black lowlight paint, base drilled, void-tip on one broken off. £5
Type #8 - Yellow with orange foam, single coating skin, very light, bases drilled, one torn thru. £5
Type #1 - Yellow with orange foam, no drilling, foam breakthru on one, harder foam. £15

Bottom row;
Type #3 - Yellow with orange foam, base drilled, small foam breakthru on both, harder foam. £10
Type #6 - Yellow with orange foam, base drilled, small foam breakthru on both, harder foam. £8
Type #5 - Yellow with orange foam, base drilled, foam breakthru on both, void breakthru on one, harder foam. £12

PIC #2
Top left are a selection of my old cast-rubber paw-pads. I’m going to be launching new versions soon, but these are so outdated they’re still on mesh fabric instead of fleece. £2 a bag.
Top right is a collection of odds and ends, trials and miscasts. A “scrap bag” that may be useful to someone. £4 the lot.
Along the bottom are experimental unicorn horns. They’re not as tidy as I’d like so never went into making them fully. Still got some hollow ones, but these are all foam-filled and bonded to a fleece base. Black, blue, light yellow (and the tiny one dark blue). The blue and yellow both contain glow-powder but it’s largely overwhelmed by the pigment used. Any glow is very slight. £5 each.
Type #8 horns on far-left are in perfect condition. I don’t know why they were in the old stock, so regular price £10.

PIC #3
A tail I was given in bad condition. The fur’s fairly nice, so I re-stuffed it with proper pillow stuffing and re-sewn all the seams. £5.
On the left are three bags of claws. Aqua with glow-powder (11x3cm, 9x4cm) £12, Oak-green, un-drilled (10x5cm) £8, and White (10x3cm) £10. Will drill the green ones for mounting for £2 extra.
On the right are claws that aren’t full sets. Two bags of mixed translucents, 4cm. One bag mixed-length white claws. One bag with 3 pink claws. Offers.

PIC #4
Finally items from when I tried running a stall at cons.
6-crayon body/face paints. £1 each, whole box of 19 for £10.
Glowing fish ear-rings. Made using new & unused soy-sauce fish bottles and UV reactive water dye. Glued closed. Silver fishhook earrings. £2 a pair.
Blue & white item is a “cooling scarf”. Soak in water for 10 minutes and water-absorbing crystals inflate. Wrap around your neck in summer for additional evaporative cooling. Good for bulky costumes & fursuits. (don’t over-soak or it can over-inflate). £5 each. 4 remaining.
Basic sewing kit, good to have on hand for emergency costume repairs. £1 each. 4 remaining.
Mini digital photo-frames. Make great con-badges if you’re more known for your user-icons than your appearance. USB charged, last a reasonable time. Stores a hundred or so images by shrinking them to about 100x100. So perfect for icons. £2.50 each. 7 remaining.
The folding luggage cart I got after seeing people lugging huge boxes full of costume bits around. They’re light & collapsable enough to fit in a backpack but can carry up to 20Kg. Got 3 left, £8 each.
Zoom Info
Camera
Fujifilm FinePix S5600
ISO
400
Aperture
f/3.2
Exposure
1/45th
Focal Length
6mm
Clearance sale! Clearing out my old stock of discontinued, odd or con-table items.
PIC #1
I made these up for sale at a con in 2011. These are the leftovers I’ve been meaning to sell off since.
They are of the same range of horns I usually sell, but were produced in a rush and before I learnt some of my current tricks, so quality on some suffered. Likewise I ran out of regular foam part way through so switched to the harder foam for the first time, and inexperience working with it led to some voids and bubbles.
* Foam breakthrough is where the inner foam filling is visible through the outer skin. Usually means the skin didn’t coat the inside of the mould completely. In-line with the regular surface, but with a rougher texture and colour difference. May not take paint as well in that area.
* Voids are when resin or foam has formed a bubble or failed to fill an area fully, leaving.. a void.

Most of these were previously on headbands, but I’ve removed them for easier shipping.
The yellow/orange ones were an attempt at Homestuck-style two-colour horns. They didn’t work out according to plan, but are pigmented not painted so the appearance can be altered somewhat.
Harder foam weighs a little more than regular foam.
These horns are now fairly old and do not represent my current production quality.
For sale at price listed, or best/nearest offer. Prices are based on my own judgement of their original price verses how usable they are or how far they differ from standard. This can be a very favourable mark-down!

From left to right.
Top row;
Type #8 - Plain, shrinkage creases, red paint-chip inclusion. £4
Type #7 - Black with black lowlight paint base drilled, slight foam breakthrough. £8
Type #8 - Maroon with black lowlight paint, base drilled, harder foam. £6
Type #7 - Maroon with black lowlight paint, base drilled, harder foam. £9
Type #8 - Maroon with black lowlight paint, base drilled, harder foam. £6

Middle row;
Type #4 - Plain with black lowlight paint, base drilled. £10
Type #6 - Plain with black lowlight paint, base drilled, void-tip on one broken off. £5
Type #8 - Yellow with orange foam, single coating skin, very light, bases drilled, one torn thru. £5
Type #1 - Yellow with orange foam, no drilling, foam breakthru on one, harder foam. £15

Bottom row;
Type #3 - Yellow with orange foam, base drilled, small foam breakthru on both, harder foam. £10
Type #6 - Yellow with orange foam, base drilled, small foam breakthru on both, harder foam. £8
Type #5 - Yellow with orange foam, base drilled, foam breakthru on both, void breakthru on one, harder foam. £12

PIC #2
Top left are a selection of my old cast-rubber paw-pads. I’m going to be launching new versions soon, but these are so outdated they’re still on mesh fabric instead of fleece. £2 a bag.
Top right is a collection of odds and ends, trials and miscasts. A “scrap bag” that may be useful to someone. £4 the lot.
Along the bottom are experimental unicorn horns. They’re not as tidy as I’d like so never went into making them fully. Still got some hollow ones, but these are all foam-filled and bonded to a fleece base. Black, blue, light yellow (and the tiny one dark blue). The blue and yellow both contain glow-powder but it’s largely overwhelmed by the pigment used. Any glow is very slight. £5 each.
Type #8 horns on far-left are in perfect condition. I don’t know why they were in the old stock, so regular price £10.

PIC #3
A tail I was given in bad condition. The fur’s fairly nice, so I re-stuffed it with proper pillow stuffing and re-sewn all the seams. £5.
On the left are three bags of claws. Aqua with glow-powder (11x3cm, 9x4cm) £12, Oak-green, un-drilled (10x5cm) £8, and White (10x3cm) £10. Will drill the green ones for mounting for £2 extra.
On the right are claws that aren’t full sets. Two bags of mixed translucents, 4cm. One bag mixed-length white claws. One bag with 3 pink claws. Offers.

PIC #4
Finally items from when I tried running a stall at cons.
6-crayon body/face paints. £1 each, whole box of 19 for £10.
Glowing fish ear-rings. Made using new & unused soy-sauce fish bottles and UV reactive water dye. Glued closed. Silver fishhook earrings. £2 a pair.
Blue & white item is a “cooling scarf”. Soak in water for 10 minutes and water-absorbing crystals inflate. Wrap around your neck in summer for additional evaporative cooling. Good for bulky costumes & fursuits. (don’t over-soak or it can over-inflate). £5 each. 4 remaining.
Basic sewing kit, good to have on hand for emergency costume repairs. £1 each. 4 remaining.
Mini digital photo-frames. Make great con-badges if you’re more known for your user-icons than your appearance. USB charged, last a reasonable time. Stores a hundred or so images by shrinking them to about 100x100. So perfect for icons. £2.50 each. 7 remaining.
The folding luggage cart I got after seeing people lugging huge boxes full of costume bits around. They’re light & collapsable enough to fit in a backpack but can carry up to 20Kg. Got 3 left, £8 each.
Zoom Info
Camera
Fujifilm FinePix S5600
ISO
400
Aperture
f/3.2
Exposure
1/45th
Focal Length
6mm
Clearance sale! Clearing out my old stock of discontinued, odd or con-table items.
PIC #1
I made these up for sale at a con in 2011. These are the leftovers I’ve been meaning to sell off since.
They are of the same range of horns I usually sell, but were produced in a rush and before I learnt some of my current tricks, so quality on some suffered. Likewise I ran out of regular foam part way through so switched to the harder foam for the first time, and inexperience working with it led to some voids and bubbles.
* Foam breakthrough is where the inner foam filling is visible through the outer skin. Usually means the skin didn’t coat the inside of the mould completely. In-line with the regular surface, but with a rougher texture and colour difference. May not take paint as well in that area.
* Voids are when resin or foam has formed a bubble or failed to fill an area fully, leaving.. a void.

Most of these were previously on headbands, but I’ve removed them for easier shipping.
The yellow/orange ones were an attempt at Homestuck-style two-colour horns. They didn’t work out according to plan, but are pigmented not painted so the appearance can be altered somewhat.
Harder foam weighs a little more than regular foam.
These horns are now fairly old and do not represent my current production quality.
For sale at price listed, or best/nearest offer. Prices are based on my own judgement of their original price verses how usable they are or how far they differ from standard. This can be a very favourable mark-down!

From left to right.
Top row;
Type #8 - Plain, shrinkage creases, red paint-chip inclusion. £4
Type #7 - Black with black lowlight paint base drilled, slight foam breakthrough. £8
Type #8 - Maroon with black lowlight paint, base drilled, harder foam. £6
Type #7 - Maroon with black lowlight paint, base drilled, harder foam. £9
Type #8 - Maroon with black lowlight paint, base drilled, harder foam. £6

Middle row;
Type #4 - Plain with black lowlight paint, base drilled. £10
Type #6 - Plain with black lowlight paint, base drilled, void-tip on one broken off. £5
Type #8 - Yellow with orange foam, single coating skin, very light, bases drilled, one torn thru. £5
Type #1 - Yellow with orange foam, no drilling, foam breakthru on one, harder foam. £15

Bottom row;
Type #3 - Yellow with orange foam, base drilled, small foam breakthru on both, harder foam. £10
Type #6 - Yellow with orange foam, base drilled, small foam breakthru on both, harder foam. £8
Type #5 - Yellow with orange foam, base drilled, foam breakthru on both, void breakthru on one, harder foam. £12

PIC #2
Top left are a selection of my old cast-rubber paw-pads. I’m going to be launching new versions soon, but these are so outdated they’re still on mesh fabric instead of fleece. £2 a bag.
Top right is a collection of odds and ends, trials and miscasts. A “scrap bag” that may be useful to someone. £4 the lot.
Along the bottom are experimental unicorn horns. They’re not as tidy as I’d like so never went into making them fully. Still got some hollow ones, but these are all foam-filled and bonded to a fleece base. Black, blue, light yellow (and the tiny one dark blue). The blue and yellow both contain glow-powder but it’s largely overwhelmed by the pigment used. Any glow is very slight. £5 each.
Type #8 horns on far-left are in perfect condition. I don’t know why they were in the old stock, so regular price £10.

PIC #3
A tail I was given in bad condition. The fur’s fairly nice, so I re-stuffed it with proper pillow stuffing and re-sewn all the seams. £5.
On the left are three bags of claws. Aqua with glow-powder (11x3cm, 9x4cm) £12, Oak-green, un-drilled (10x5cm) £8, and White (10x3cm) £10. Will drill the green ones for mounting for £2 extra.
On the right are claws that aren’t full sets. Two bags of mixed translucents, 4cm. One bag mixed-length white claws. One bag with 3 pink claws. Offers.

PIC #4
Finally items from when I tried running a stall at cons.
6-crayon body/face paints. £1 each, whole box of 19 for £10.
Glowing fish ear-rings. Made using new & unused soy-sauce fish bottles and UV reactive water dye. Glued closed. Silver fishhook earrings. £2 a pair.
Blue & white item is a “cooling scarf”. Soak in water for 10 minutes and water-absorbing crystals inflate. Wrap around your neck in summer for additional evaporative cooling. Good for bulky costumes & fursuits. (don’t over-soak or it can over-inflate). £5 each. 4 remaining.
Basic sewing kit, good to have on hand for emergency costume repairs. £1 each. 4 remaining.
Mini digital photo-frames. Make great con-badges if you’re more known for your user-icons than your appearance. USB charged, last a reasonable time. Stores a hundred or so images by shrinking them to about 100x100. So perfect for icons. £2.50 each. 7 remaining.
The folding luggage cart I got after seeing people lugging huge boxes full of costume bits around. They’re light & collapsable enough to fit in a backpack but can carry up to 20Kg. Got 3 left, £8 each.
Zoom Info
Camera
Fujifilm FinePix S5600
ISO
400
Aperture
f/3.2
Exposure
1/45th
Focal Length
6mm
Clearance sale! Clearing out my old stock of discontinued, odd or con-table items.
PIC #1
I made these up for sale at a con in 2011. These are the leftovers I’ve been meaning to sell off since.
They are of the same range of horns I usually sell, but were produced in a rush and before I learnt some of my current tricks, so quality on some suffered. Likewise I ran out of regular foam part way through so switched to the harder foam for the first time, and inexperience working with it led to some voids and bubbles.
* Foam breakthrough is where the inner foam filling is visible through the outer skin. Usually means the skin didn’t coat the inside of the mould completely. In-line with the regular surface, but with a rougher texture and colour difference. May not take paint as well in that area.
* Voids are when resin or foam has formed a bubble or failed to fill an area fully, leaving.. a void.

Most of these were previously on headbands, but I’ve removed them for easier shipping.
The yellow/orange ones were an attempt at Homestuck-style two-colour horns. They didn’t work out according to plan, but are pigmented not painted so the appearance can be altered somewhat.
Harder foam weighs a little more than regular foam.
These horns are now fairly old and do not represent my current production quality.
For sale at price listed, or best/nearest offer. Prices are based on my own judgement of their original price verses how usable they are or how far they differ from standard. This can be a very favourable mark-down!

From left to right.
Top row;
Type #8 - Plain, shrinkage creases, red paint-chip inclusion. £4
Type #7 - Black with black lowlight paint base drilled, slight foam breakthrough. £8
Type #8 - Maroon with black lowlight paint, base drilled, harder foam. £6
Type #7 - Maroon with black lowlight paint, base drilled, harder foam. £9
Type #8 - Maroon with black lowlight paint, base drilled, harder foam. £6

Middle row;
Type #4 - Plain with black lowlight paint, base drilled. £10
Type #6 - Plain with black lowlight paint, base drilled, void-tip on one broken off. £5
Type #8 - Yellow with orange foam, single coating skin, very light, bases drilled, one torn thru. £5
Type #1 - Yellow with orange foam, no drilling, foam breakthru on one, harder foam. £15

Bottom row;
Type #3 - Yellow with orange foam, base drilled, small foam breakthru on both, harder foam. £10
Type #6 - Yellow with orange foam, base drilled, small foam breakthru on both, harder foam. £8
Type #5 - Yellow with orange foam, base drilled, foam breakthru on both, void breakthru on one, harder foam. £12

PIC #2
Top left are a selection of my old cast-rubber paw-pads. I’m going to be launching new versions soon, but these are so outdated they’re still on mesh fabric instead of fleece. £2 a bag.
Top right is a collection of odds and ends, trials and miscasts. A “scrap bag” that may be useful to someone. £4 the lot.
Along the bottom are experimental unicorn horns. They’re not as tidy as I’d like so never went into making them fully. Still got some hollow ones, but these are all foam-filled and bonded to a fleece base. Black, blue, light yellow (and the tiny one dark blue). The blue and yellow both contain glow-powder but it’s largely overwhelmed by the pigment used. Any glow is very slight. £5 each.
Type #8 horns on far-left are in perfect condition. I don’t know why they were in the old stock, so regular price £10.

PIC #3
A tail I was given in bad condition. The fur’s fairly nice, so I re-stuffed it with proper pillow stuffing and re-sewn all the seams. £5.
On the left are three bags of claws. Aqua with glow-powder (11x3cm, 9x4cm) £12, Oak-green, un-drilled (10x5cm) £8, and White (10x3cm) £10. Will drill the green ones for mounting for £2 extra.
On the right are claws that aren’t full sets. Two bags of mixed translucents, 4cm. One bag mixed-length white claws. One bag with 3 pink claws. Offers.

PIC #4
Finally items from when I tried running a stall at cons.
6-crayon body/face paints. £1 each, whole box of 19 for £10.
Glowing fish ear-rings. Made using new & unused soy-sauce fish bottles and UV reactive water dye. Glued closed. Silver fishhook earrings. £2 a pair.
Blue & white item is a “cooling scarf”. Soak in water for 10 minutes and water-absorbing crystals inflate. Wrap around your neck in summer for additional evaporative cooling. Good for bulky costumes & fursuits. (don’t over-soak or it can over-inflate). £5 each. 4 remaining.
Basic sewing kit, good to have on hand for emergency costume repairs. £1 each. 4 remaining.
Mini digital photo-frames. Make great con-badges if you’re more known for your user-icons than your appearance. USB charged, last a reasonable time. Stores a hundred or so images by shrinking them to about 100x100. So perfect for icons. £2.50 each. 7 remaining.
The folding luggage cart I got after seeing people lugging huge boxes full of costume bits around. They’re light & collapsable enough to fit in a backpack but can carry up to 20Kg. Got 3 left, £8 each.
Zoom Info
Camera
Fujifilm FinePix S5600
ISO
400
Aperture
f/3.2
Exposure
1/45th
Focal Length
6mm

Clearance sale! Clearing out my old stock of discontinued, odd or con-table items.

PIC #1

I made these up for sale at a con in 2011. These are the leftovers I’ve been meaning to sell off since.

They are of the same range of horns I usually sell, but were produced in a rush and before I learnt some of my current tricks, so quality on some suffered. Likewise I ran out of regular foam part way through so switched to the harder foam for the first time, and inexperience working with it led to some voids and bubbles.

* Foam breakthrough is where the inner foam filling is visible through the outer skin. Usually means the skin didn’t coat the inside of the mould completely. In-line with the regular surface, but with a rougher texture and colour difference. May not take paint as well in that area.

* Voids are when resin or foam has formed a bubble or failed to fill an area fully, leaving.. a void.

Most of these were previously on headbands, but I’ve removed them for easier shipping.

The yellow/orange ones were an attempt at Homestuck-style two-colour horns. They didn’t work out according to plan, but are pigmented not painted so the appearance can be altered somewhat.

Harder foam weighs a little more than regular foam.

These horns are now fairly old and do not represent my current production quality.

For sale at price listed, or best/nearest offer. Prices are based on my own judgement of their original price verses how usable they are or how far they differ from standard. This can be a very favourable mark-down!

From left to right.

Top row;

Type #8 - Plain, shrinkage creases, red paint-chip inclusion. £4

Type #7 - Black with black lowlight paint base drilled, slight foam breakthrough. £8

Type #8 - Maroon with black lowlight paint, base drilled, harder foam. £6

Type #7 - Maroon with black lowlight paint, base drilled, harder foam. £9

Type #8 - Maroon with black lowlight paint, base drilled, harder foam. £6

Middle row;

Type #4 - Plain with black lowlight paint, base drilled. £10

Type #6 - Plain with black lowlight paint, base drilled, void-tip on one broken off. £5

Type #8 - Yellow with orange foam, single coating skin, very light, bases drilled, one torn thru. £5

Type #1 - Yellow with orange foam, no drilling, foam breakthru on one, harder foam. £15

Bottom row;

Type #3 - Yellow with orange foam, base drilled, small foam breakthru on both, harder foam. £10

Type #6 - Yellow with orange foam, base drilled, small foam breakthru on both, harder foam. £8

Type #5 - Yellow with orange foam, base drilled, foam breakthru on both, void breakthru on one, harder foam. £12

PIC #2

Top left are a selection of my old cast-rubber paw-pads. I’m going to be launching new versions soon, but these are so outdated they’re still on mesh fabric instead of fleece. £2 a bag.

Top right is a collection of odds and ends, trials and miscasts. A “scrap bag” that may be useful to someone. £4 the lot.

Along the bottom are experimental unicorn horns. They’re not as tidy as I’d like so never went into making them fully. Still got some hollow ones, but these are all foam-filled and bonded to a fleece base. Black, blue, light yellow (and the tiny one dark blue). The blue and yellow both contain glow-powder but it’s largely overwhelmed by the pigment used. Any glow is very slight. £5 each.

Type #8 horns on far-left are in perfect condition. I don’t know why they were in the old stock, so regular price £10.


PIC #3

A tail I was given in bad condition. The fur’s fairly nice, so I re-stuffed it with proper pillow stuffing and re-sewn all the seams. £5.

On the left are three bags of claws. Aqua with glow-powder (11x3cm, 9x4cm) £12, Oak-green, un-drilled (10x5cm) £8, and White (10x3cm) £10. Will drill the green ones for mounting for £2 extra.

On the right are claws that aren’t full sets. Two bags of mixed translucents, 4cm. One bag mixed-length white claws. One bag with 3 pink claws. Offers.

PIC #4

Finally items from when I tried running a stall at cons.

6-crayon body/face paints. £1 each, whole box of 19 for £10.

Glowing fish ear-rings. Made using new & unused soy-sauce fish bottles and UV reactive water dye. Glued closed. Silver fishhook earrings. £2 a pair.

Blue & white item is a “cooling scarf”. Soak in water for 10 minutes and water-absorbing crystals inflate. Wrap around your neck in summer for additional evaporative cooling. Good for bulky costumes & fursuits. (don’t over-soak or it can over-inflate). £5 each. 4 remaining.

Basic sewing kit, good to have on hand for emergency costume repairs. £1 each. 4 remaining.

Mini digital photo-frames. Make great con-badges if you’re more known for your user-icons than your appearance. USB charged, last a reasonable time. Stores a hundred or so images by shrinking them to about 100x100. So perfect for icons. £2.50 each. 7 remaining.

The folding luggage cart I got after seeing people lugging huge boxes full of costume bits around. They’re light & collapsable enough to fit in a backpack but can carry up to 20Kg. Got 3 left, £8 each.

1 note

  1. smokeandwhiskey reblogged this from scistarborne
  2. scistarborne posted this
We make Tumblr themes