Mechanical Monster Hands
Mechanical Monster Hands: Ever since I decided to do a giant monster costume, I knew that proportionally I would need to extend my hands. I also knew it would be way cooler if those hands moved. This instructable is the result of that thinking.I did research on line as I did…
Experimenting with new monster feet - Todd Key Juggles (and walks on stilts, and acts, and is generally very entertaining...)
Todd Key: Comedic Juggler, Stiltwalker, Treeman, Actor
Werewolf Stilts, Digitigrade Legs.
Werewolf Stilts, Digitigrade Legs.: The epic costume requires much preparation. Inspired by the designs from supernatural themed movies these stilts are metal and plastic which makes for a safer and longer wearable appendage. All of the computer generated templates and drawing files…
Digigrade Leg Design by HekateLesedi on DeviantArt
For my fursona. I want to make a costume, and I really want to make it right. So digigrade feet it is. As well as a nearly realistic head. I still need ... Digigrade Leg Design
Oversized Mechanical Hand Extensions | Make:
Whether you're creating a costume for the next convention or gearing up for Halloween a little early, you'll dig Etsy seller Ivan Owen's mechanical hand extensions. Covered in fur or left bare, Owen's prosthesis are suitable for werewolfs to steampunk robots and everything in between.