Step 5: Finished

Finally I put on all the pieces and I get a pretty decent Big Bad Wolf.

I would say most people were impressed with the costume and some didn't believe I made it, but I did win a prize.

Overall I'm happy with the results. Now I have to get started putting the Teen Wolf costume together.
<p>Great job!</p>
<p>Absolutely amazing!!!</p>
<p>This is really cool. :)</p>
Wow that is awesome !! I'm making a fursuit soon and this will help a lot for the legs!! Thanx , oh and did I say that this is awesome?!?!
<p>Just your standard furniture cushion foam found at most fabric stores.</p>
<p>what type of foam did u use. like where did u get it and what is it called?</p>
what thickness of foam did you use for your legs, on the back and front?
I think it was 4 inches.
this will be really helpful <br>but dose the tail move like this one? <br>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BZ4RXCumwI8 <br>please help me
pretty much. I didn't have a strong enough servo to get that kind of swing action, but the concept is the same.
ok thank you i will make this a.s.a.p. XD
Dude, that's groovy :)
awesome costume it helped me with alot of hard balls thrown at me when making my digi-grade legs,&nbsp; thank you -ME
I'm glad it helped.<br />
COOL!!! Omg u did those legs so perfect! Hugs from Brasil ; )<br />
<strong>wow</strong>! your costume is sooo awesome! seriously. i love it! you did an amazing job! :D<br />
Thanks<br />
One of the problems I can see for making wolf-like legs is the fact that the joints are in different places, with the corresponding bones being of different lengths. Canines (Dogs and Wolves) stand on the first joint of the leg. We humans stand on the first two joints of the leg. The bones that make up the arch of the foot in humans make up a part of the leg that never touches the ground in wolves when they are standing.
the thumbnail for this instructable looks a lot like the Tasmanian devil. That would be a great costume.
FURSUIT FTW :3<br/><br/>gret job btw <sup></sup><br/>
Thank you for posting all of your info here. Your claws link solved a problem for me... I am restoring a bear costume and need pads and claws. I can't thank you enough for showing me White Wolf's website. I even joined indestructables, just so I could let you know how greatful I am by posting it here. tYour costume looks great by the way. Let me know if you ever plan to make another one, he, he, he.....
You welcome. Glad to hear I was of some help.
where did you purchase your faux fur? so far that has been my biggest road block
I got it from eBay. It was so long ago, I don't remember the person I got it from. I have seen it sense at places like JoAnn's Fabrics.
Pic 2 of step 2 looks like the halo brute
What did you use for the servo controller?
I bought it used off ebay but you can find new ones here<br/><br/><a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.sconcon.com/">http://www.sconcon.com/</a><br/><br/>You can pretty much use any controller that allows you to store the commands so you can later use them without being connected to a computer.<br/>
that animaatronic tail is sofa king beastly
looks pretty good! (I love the realistic wolf costume instructable)

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