The upper body portion of Foxy~
I had one HELL of a time making each and every single part of his body. The way I treated his body was like how it appears in game. In pieces. The base is a solid black shirt with all the red parts individually made segments of his body using the black as a sort of "insides". Each body part is made of foam cut and glued to shape, then covered in the red or beige material. The main body is a vest made of foam that is made slightly larger then I am mostly to try and hide the fact that I'm a woman. Mostly to make his body more masculine looking.
His hands both the hook and the metalic were a trip within themselves. The hook I got at Halloween Town in Burbak, CA and covered it in PVC pipe. It took a minute to figure out the hook cause there is only 1 clear shot of Foxy where the hook is clearly visible and it's not the "stereotypical pirate round hook" It actually fit the Meat hook rather well. His left hand is done with a black glove covered with individual "rings" that I made to look like each part of his hand.
His head took 1 full month from start to finish. His head started with a plastic canvas base which it a first for me cause I usually make a foam base. From there I kept carefully layering the foam cause unlike a fursuit head you can't use fur to cover a mistake especially since foxy isn't covered in fur. Once the base was about halfway done I added in the eyes and the start of his ears. The base of his ears is actually a plastic sign that's like cardboard but made of plastic. It's very strong and durable. I layered it for insurance and gently cut an outline in his ears and slid them into place. Most of my time was spent on his upper part of his head since that's where the most detail is and that took about a month. His lower jaw took 2 days.
Foxy's teeth are made out of sculpt-y and painted with gold paint. Though I had a devil of a time figuring out which teeth are gold and which ones have fillings due to the games design in poor security cameras.
His eyes are 2 mini space lights that are used for closets, shelves, etc... Though the immediate problem I had with his eyes was the lighting. Foxy had the center of his eye glowing brightly when compared to the rest of his eye that had a dull glow, so to duplicate that I took a piece of paper cut to size and a plastic cover used for ceiling fans placed over it. I made most of his eye dull except for his center like I needed plus since the light I used has it's on switch in the center of his eye it worked out nicely. The yellow is actually a clean piece of wrapper from some food. It gave the yellow color I needed especially when his eyes were turned on. The only thing that concerned me during the making process of his eyes was the cutting the plastic. I use a Diamond cutter and had a few moments where the blade jumped and barely missed me. Though after everything was cut the eyes were wrapped in Pleather (fake leather) to keep the light focused forward and to keep it from going out on the sides.
But and the end of the day I had a blast making this and plan to improve on it for Anime Expo 2015~!
(shout out to the guys at Foam Mart in Burbank for having the best foam that I can find)