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Qwuedeviv Hair-like Fur Guidelines by SmilehKitteh Qwuedeviv Hair-like Fur Guidelines by SmilehKitteh
This is for :iconqwuedeviv: others may disregard.

Qwuedeviv Hair-like Fur Guidelines

Qwuedeviv do not possess natural hair, however if you like the look of hair there are a few creative ways around it. You have to keep some technicalities in mind though.

  One of the first things you need to keep in mind is the limitations of the fur. Any hair like markings they have will need to be at a length that their fur could feasibly go to, so most of your longer, true hair -like styles won’t work because that would require their fur to be several different lengths. The tufts of fur may be a different color however and you are welcome to make the entire back of the head a different color as well. The fluffier the ‘deviv is the more you’ll have to work with.

  A Qwuedeviv is allowed to style its fur if it wants, but as stated above you need to keep in mind the overall length. See the examples above for a vague idea of what I mean. 

  The other option you have is to work creatively with their sensors. Sensors are something all ‘devivs possess. They often look like tufts of fur on their heads, but at times they may be thinner or spikier—the little hair like strands on Pokeyoo’s head for example are actually sensors. Licorice Gumdrop would be a good example of something you can do with sensors. It does not possess hair, however it bundles its sensors together and thus it appears like long hair.

  Dying a Qwuedeviv’s head fur is acceptable, so is cutting it shorter or off entirely. It just can’t be significantly longer than the rest of the fur.

   The final things to keep in mind are the type of ‘deviv you are working with. Arctics, Commons and Tropicals are the most likely typed for this to work on. Aquatic have very very short fur as do most Desert, so these types would be harder to work with. If you have any questions though, feel free to contact an admin and we will help you with your particular case. 

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ViralBeat Featured By Owner 4 days ago  Hobbyist General Artist
Lily's "hair" actually is the elongation of her sensors due to an experiment.
Is that okay?
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GraceanaArtworks Featured By Owner May 20, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
thank goodness, I had that problem for a few months till now >-<
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SmilehKitteh Featured By Owner May 23, 2014  Professional Writer
Oh dear X3
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:iconericthelucario:
ErictheLucario Featured By Owner May 19, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Can I stretch it a LEETLE bit?...
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SmilehKitteh Featured By Owner May 19, 2014  Professional Writer
Not if its hair =u I mean you can do other things with sensors and such but hair is a no-no .o.
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ErictheLucario Featured By Owner May 19, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
So no sideburns and goatee? Aw...
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SmilehKitteh Featured By Owner May 20, 2014  Professional Writer
If you can do it creatively you can =o

Kolo's deviv has some spikey looking sensor beard thing.
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:iconericthelucario:
ErictheLucario Featured By Owner May 21, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I noticed. Though I was thinking more like a  goatee, with rather long sideburns leading to it! I think it'll be fine, though.
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bluedragon290 Featured By Owner May 18, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
So shocks little tuft of hair going over its forehead is OK?
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SmilehKitteh Featured By Owner May 19, 2014  Professional Writer
Yus suh!
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