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Title: Sharp Teeth (28 Jan 2014)

Sharp Teeth: A Novel

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Here is the way I make my sharp teeth for the cosplay of Grell Sutcliff (Kuroshitsuj) and believe me, it works! :) I hope it will help some of those who wants to cosplay Grell :D Can't wait to show you mine, soon ;o) Enjoy the tutorial and good luck! :)

I used Kryolan tooth enamel. Here the link to a website that's selling some ;)

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Excerpt: 'Sharp Teeth' by Toby Barlow

Title Sharp Teeth
Episode # Season 9, Episode 12
First aired January 28, 2014
Directed by John Showalter
Written by Adam Glass
On IMDB Sharp Teeth
Outline Sam and Dean locate Garth after months of him being gone, only to find out he's a werewolf and part of an apparently human-friendly pack.
Monster Werewolves
Timeline Six months after 8.20 Pac-Man Fever &
Two weeks since 9.10 Road Trip
Location(s) Grantsburg, Wisconsin
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The power to possess razor-sharp teeth. Variation of and .

Toby Barlow's debut novel, Sharp Teeth, is a tale of werewolves — written in free verse. Courtesy of HarperCollins hide caption

Sharpteeth are generally all theropod dinosaurs, with a minority being sea creatures and pterosaurs, etc. Upon the appearance of the first group of Sharpteeth. The bipedal sharpteeth, such as Tyrannosaurus have a box-shaped face and are typically large in size, though this isn't the same for all sharpteeth exactly (Exp. The Allosaurus in in comparison to the ones in reality have a triangular-shaped head with rugged features). Fast Biters however are smaller and have been drawn with a rugged-edge snout (similar to Ozzy & Strut's appearance). The majority of Sharpteeth have dark bags around their eyes, to point their bitterness (with the exception of most sharpteeth in TV series and the Allosaurus)