Fenrir's Child is a multimedia sculptor and textile artist who lives just north of Seattle, WA with her two wolf hybrids. Currently she builds mostly for hobbyists, but has aspirations to build werewolves and other anthropomorphised animals for Hollywood. She found an inner desire to make wearable art to portray her animalistic side when she was in her early teens, but only since 2010 has been building for others.
Her art is a very spiritual outlet for her, and she enjoys making others' dreams come into reality through her hands. Fen is best described as a spiritual therian, in a sense, in conjunction with the old Norse concept of ulfserks and berserks ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Berserker ). These Norse themes help her in conceptualization of the fantastical creatures and combinations she builds. It is her mission to create realistic interpretations of anthropomorphised creatures as she sees them in her mind's eye, and bring your inner animal into the world.
I'm about to do another sculpt for a housecat imminently, and since this is a semi-common species I'm planning to do a bare mannequin to cast blank (maybe hinges and eyes/jawset installed) tutorial. The problem I have sometimes is knowing what pictures of what steps would be the most beneficial to people. SO, THIS IS WHERE Y'ALL COME IN! What parts of the process would photos help you understand the most? I'm planning one page worth of tutorial for the sculpt, one for the silicone mold, one for the mother mold, one for the resin cast, possibly one for the dremel cuts and hinging, possibly one for installing eyes, and possibly one for installing jawset. That leaves 6-8 photos for each page, though I may break some of those into 2 pages if I feel it's prudent. I'll fill in anything not suggested, of course, but let me know what's most vital, and I'll be sure to get as many pictures as possible to ensure at least one good, usable, clear shot ^^