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How to: Natural Fur Edges

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Just a quick little tip for those of you working with fur! :3
If you want to keep your fur edges looking "natural", and not sheared off to a straight edge, you can do one of two things:
1) Use a brush to brush the fur away from where you're cutting, so you don't clip the edges when using scissors.
2) Get an exacto knife and use that on the backing of the fur.

You can also clean up straight-edged fur by trimming the backing up a little bit using one of those two tricks. Of course, scissors are harder to use, but necessary if you can't get to the backing. :)

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Published: 1 year ago
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MystBunny
1 year ago
Is there a particular brush I can use on my fursuit that won't pull some of the fluff out?
ZielOmizu
1 year ago
Unfortunately not that I know of. :c
Some people use regular plastic hair brushes, but you could still potentially pull out fur with those, or simply not get out the matting. Loss of fur is pretty normal with fursuits, as is slight shedding, but if it's falling out in large clumps you have a problem. Most furs will still last you many years despite normal shedding. ^^
MystBunny
1 year ago
hmm, okay
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