Werewolf Wolf Mask Fursuit Jaws Teeth Cast Taxidermy
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Werewolf Wolf Mask Fursuit Jaws Teeth Cast Taxidermy:
Upper and lower jaws cast sculpture of a werewolf are cast in durable urethane resin. Jaw measurements: width = 3 1/4" = 8.25cm (as measured across the rear molar teeth at the widest point), length = 6 1/4" = 16cm (as measured from the incisors to the last molar tooth). Only the upper jaw (palate) measurements are given. This cast was molded from a combination of elements of real animal teeth with gums and palate sculpted in. The jaw is longer and the canines are larger than those of a real wolf, giving this jawset a more intimidating look for use in masks, puppets, sculptures, etc. Most importantly this jawset has perfect tooth occlusion for masks that have moveable jaws. The jaws fit together just like those of a real animal. In addition, the work of sculpting gums on one of my other real animal jaw casts has already been done for you - all it needs is paint. In addition, the width of the lower jaw is just right to accept most mass produced grey wolf tongues made for the taxidermy trade (though you may need to trim the tongue depending on brand if you are making a mask and want the jaws to close all the way). This cast is poured in plain white urethane and is made to be painted to your specifications. I do offer custom pours with colored urethanes and glow in the dark urethane for teeth (please see my werewolf mounts for examples) if you prefer something that doesn't require painting. Pricing on those will vary as to the degree of customization. Please note - the cast has been filled with yellow urethane foam for added stability; this can easily be trimmed and shaped as desired. It also readily accepts hot glue. These casts are also paintable - however you will need to lightly scuff the surface with a steel wool, 120 grit sanding block or scouring pad in order to get good paint adhesion. I got good results with scuffing, wiping with denatured alcohol and then priming with the spray can automotive-type primer available in stores (white primer is best as it is easier to paint over). Then it can be painted with virtually any type of paint. I gladly welcome questions; feel free to ask before you buy.
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