Shanaki the Wolf
Shanaki the Wolf
Thunderpup the Husky
Nova the Utahraptor
Smyal the Hawaiian Dragatiel
It has been an absolute joy to work with Big Snoot Suits, my first but not last commission was for my Hawaiian Dragatiel head. It came out way better than I could have ever imagined. It's comfortable to wear and it looks great. Communication was almost perfect. During the measuring phase of my head, the graphic didn't entirely describe what to do. I think this was the only time I got confused and had to ask for clarification. The overall experience was fantastic and smooth. I will write a follow-up review for part two of my commission.
Walker the Wusky
Poptart the Goat
This is Arrow, the owner of 2 Stupid Furs, giving my review for my half of a trade with Big Snoot Suits.
I contacted Nick seeing if they would be interested in a blind box head trade and was ecstatic when they accepted! We gave each other 3 mood board prompts to choose from and would not see the suit until we met in person. Communication throughout was excellent!
This was my first time meeting up with someone regarding my suits, both Nick and Captain were extremely kind and easy going. I was so happy that the goat was picked for my half and was even better than I could have imagined! Beautifully crafted and very well-placed coloring and marking, I especially love the star on the ears. I would like to give props also to the nose which with goats I know can be difficult. The suit was fully lined (with a cute business tag) and the ventilation and vision (even with the eyes being far apart to symbolize a goat) was also great! Fits amazing and was comfortable to wear!
Even though this was not a commission, I had a 5 star worthy experience! This is my first suit I’ll own made by someone other than me, and I can’t wait to be able to wear it to cons!
Thank you Big Snoot Suits!
Desmond the Japanese Ryu
King Thomas Gungeus III the Rat
It came upon mine attention that I was in need of proper attire for an upcoming ball, a meager soiree by the name of "Anthro Northwest", and mine princely husband, Thunderpup, did recommend to me his tailor. The humble craftsman asked only a modest fee, and despite my original vague request that he merely clad me in something appropriate, having little experience in this strange process, the tailor kindly and patiently consulted mine royal opinion, offering splendorous suggestions and grand concepts, until my mercurial interest in the design became a flaming passion. He sent frequent missives to appraise me of his progress, and I found myself in amazement of what he could fabricate from his simple craft.
It wasn't long until he produced the finished product, a glorious replica of mine royal visage beaming back upon me, or a "partial" in the vernacular of the tailor's cantor. I found myself exceptionally eager to don the piece and was subsequently disappointed when the fit was just the slightest bit askew. I was remise to voice my discomfort, but to my surprise, this craftsman was eager to discover any critique I had of the piece, inquiring incessantly if I was certain I was content with the product. No sooner had I meekly announced mine concern for the fit than he'd taken the piece and returned to his workshop, adjusting his work in within several days, and resubmitting the commission to my inspection.
I have yet to find a craftsman more eager to aim for the pleasure of his patrons, and his work is beyond superb. I'll certainly return to his workshop should I ever find myself in requirement of his services again.