[NO] Fursuit head by Farisbatwan
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NOT happy with the fit. You could see too much of my face when the mouth was CLOSED, I could breathe alright but that’s because the snarl in the mouth was so open it was easy to breathe out of, It had nose holes however it was was the snarl in my mouth that got the most breath-ability. The vision was okay at best but it was a hard head to wear. The suit actually injured my face because it was not sanded down properly, She did make this base herself she said. It was a resin base.
In pictures it looked great. However upon receiving it;
*Horns; the curl did not match the way they did in the reference – In the reference they curled over the ears. – On the head they curled around and stuck out, so the horns didn’t match
*Ears; Too small, they were suppose to go slightly past the horns – shown in the reference – Because of how the horns curled they kept pushing the ears further and the ears themselves were very thin and not as thick as I would of liked them to be (but in the pictures it looked fine, until I got it)
*Eyes were fine
*Muzzle; has white brushing around it which the reference doesn’t have on it. It looked cool in the pictures but upon getting it, I was defiantly not fond of it.
OverallHow satisfied the reviewer is with the overall buying experience, including their interactions with the maker and the resulting final product.
Head: Muzzle on head has brushing on it, I think it was suppose to be ‘wrinkle effect’ for the snarl.
vs Reference: Does not have this at all.
Head: Horns curl around the ears and point outwards.
vs Reference: The curling goes tucked under the markings and are not outward in any way they are suppose to curl UNDER the ears and NOT pointing outside of the ears, the horns also have a ram look alike ridged edges, but they opted out to not do this because the material would be heavy.
Head: Ears are pretty small, don’t tuck right under the horns properly, because there’s not a proper tuck under, the ears came out looking weird in person.
vs Reference: The ears are tucked under the horns and are slightly bigger/have a fluid effect because of the curl tuck.
The head was cool on the outside! However it did NOT match the reference sheet in more ways than one. The person and I talked often and we were friends but when it came to commissioning them they started to become very distant towards me. They didn’t ask TOO much of my input (like before the stuff was being put on) by the time I saw how the ears and horns were, it wasn’t upon getting it in person that I saw just how much it didn’t match. I had to sand the head down myself because she didn’t want a shipping hassle + money when it was ‘easier for me to do it’ which I agree it was easier for me to do it, however since shes considered to be a pretty professional maker.. when she makes a mistake it’s not my job as the customer to go in and fix the stuff even though It was an easy fix, I don’t feel like I should have been held responsible for fixing it. I did own the head for a few months. Fixed it up a little bit but because it didn’t match my character very well I didn’t have much connection to it and did end up selling it (after everything was fixed so someone could safely wear it). I have commissioned FBsuits numerous times but this by far was my WORST experience. Her customer service on this one was BAD which lead to a non-accurate head with not too much of my input and it took her way too long to get back to me on certain parts. I was not happy in the end and am no longer friends with FBsuits, this commission fiasco however was not the straw that broke my back it was another commission that resulted in an Artist Beware.