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We’ve tried a few different horn-making methods but some are easier than others:
- Resin. Our Signless, Kankri, and Disciple horns were cast from resin and filled with foam. As a result they are basically indestructible and can be reproduced easily. However they were a giant pain in the butt to make and took a long time. This was our first horn attempt and isn’t really recommended.
- Paperclay. Feferi and Porrim’s horns started out as a tinfoil core and were then wrapped with paperclay. The paperclay must then be sanded smooth or your horns will look lumpy. These horns take paint amazingly well. They’re sturdy but any sharp edges may crack if you drop them.
- Model Magic. All of our other horns are made from this. Like the paperclay horns, they all begin with a foil core before the model magic is added on top. Depending on your clay thickness, you should give this as much time to dry as you can (ideally a week) or you run the risk of your horns never fully hardening. Once hard, sand to remove lumps and then seal with modgepodge or glue. Less prone to snapping than paperclay, but paint may still flake off if you drop them.
Mounting your Horns
All of our horns are attached by either using barrettes or the headband-screw method. If you are making small horns (ie, Vantas, Sollux, Pyrope, or Leijon), you can glue a medium-sized silver craft barrette to the bottom of each and then snap them into your wig. Do not try this with larger horns though and be sure to catch a large amount of wig netting in your barrette, or else they may flop forward. If you are making larger horns, go pick up some of these:
Lots of people have different screw preferences; however we prefer using office supply store screw posts because they’re meant to screw on and off and won’t be damaged with many removals. One half of the screw should be secured inside the horn by digging out a trench and then filling it with glue. The other half is pushed up through the headband (ours are about an inch wide) after drilling a small hole. Put the headband on your head, put the wig on over it, and then screw your horn into the other screw half that is sticking up through the wig fiber. Just be careful not to over-tighten the horn and accidentally loosen the screw from the glue.
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