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Gryphon tail - origin: siberian tiger golden eagle by Mystic-Creatures Gryphon tail - origin: siberian tiger golden eagle by Mystic-Creatures
Gryphon tail commission.

It actually consists of two complete tails, fused together.
A beige airbrushed siberian tiger tail,
and a golden eagle tail, made from handcrafted and airbrushed fabric feathers.

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amurtigress Featured By Owner Apr 13, 2014
I agree there with the real feathers. Exactly my point why I wanted them artificial. My clothes were kinda rubbing on the edges of the feathers and made the two canvas layers come apart in places. It's easily fixed, and definetly not Mystifur's fault.

One should always consider a fursuit to be something you have you lay your hands on at times to fix stuff.

My tail is still in almost pristine condition even after almost two years, and it is part of a suit by now.

Here's my FurAffinity page with suit shots if you're interested: www.furaffinity.net/user/amurt…
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MelophobicMelomaniac Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2012  Student Digital Artist
How much would one of these cost?
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Mystic-Creatures Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2012  Professional Artisan Crafter
This tail was 180 Euros.
95 is my standard for an airbrushed tiger tail,
and the rest was for making the eagle tail.

(I am not 100% happy with the construction process of making the fabric feathers. I might swtich to using real feathers in th future.)
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nathow111 Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Don't do it! Real feathers die reeeeaaaly quickly. Instead focus on making your fabric feathers more realistic. perhaps have a layer of interchangeable feathers, a set of real ones and a set of durable fabric ones that velcro in and out, so you use the real ones when you need to look extra nice.
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