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I can't wait till Andrew's old enough to appreciate all these awesome designs. I still want to build a puppet theater for him.
It may be a little while, but eventually, I'm going to put in a big order for some of my favorites from this thread. And maybe a couple custom ones...
Quick question. Are your plushies washable? Machine washable? What all's involved with that?
Last edited by TASmith; July 4th, 2010 at 05:33 AM.
i needed this.
Woow, woow, woow. All of this is done by you, well just amazing. Truly amazing. Amazing design and your skill is just up the roof. I would love to see some sketches of them, like what you do before you start sewing, do you sketch the ideas out? If so please post some of those, I would love to see such things.
Mabelma, here's the one of the Mumm-Ra I just made!
Sometimes I post sketches but I usually don't bother to draw out my designs other than just a messy doodle to get my ideas out.
TASmith: I don't really know, I'm kinda nervous to put any of them through a wash. I don't know how much the felt would hold up, I usually just tell people to spot clean them if they get dirty. I should do a test with one to see, I've never tried.
Oh hey, this is dave.
love the works
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For Dennis & Mabelma, a bunch of preliminary sketches, most of these are colored because they were commissions for somebody or for something big for a show.
The other version of Mumm-Ra I was going to make, I might still...
For Last Unicorn show
Robin & Superboy commission
Doodlie ideas for a painting
Options for someone of a plush of their bunny
Ideas for a plush version of someones boston terrier
Sketch for liono
Bunch of ideas for a fox plush
Ideas for tiger plush
Those are all the most recent ones I could find that weren't just scribblies.
I remember browsing through your sketchbook one year ago thinking, `Aaaaw... These are just too cute! If these bizarre plushies of cuteness and love do not make it to the shops, then there is no God.`
- So, I'm happy to see that you've made a shop
I love your work (Especially the monkeys with buts), and if it hits the shops in Norway any time soon, I'll be the first one to buy them (all).
Keep being awesome
A fake game of cards
Is not much of a task
For I am without doubt
The best mask at the masque
More! Finally getting back on track...
Mini Trapjaw from Heman. A custom order
Princess Ice Cream Bunny. Custom order
Jack O Monstroctopus, custom order.
Some little mustached lumps for my shop.
Cuteness overload . The Mini Trapjaw design looks really great.
Hey, this stuff's awesome!
Oh, so cute! This made my morning! Especially the sketches of the lil bunny ... your plushy from post #1411 is adorable too. So huggy...
Sorry if you mentioned this already but do your plushies have an age limit for children, are they safe for babies or only age 3 and up? I'm thinking of getting some for my nephews (and maybe one for me too!)
All your work is pure goodness, but this one melted my face off with cuteness:
great job keep it up god bless you...
Awwww so cute, personally diggin the lil' tashed' lumps :3
Exon needs your critique!
All the new things are looking just great. I have to agree with Exon-ion, the mustached lumps are so cool. Why is your shop still on the internet? Can't it be a real shop? You have talent kid and the streets need you, keep up the great scratch that, Amazing work. A little idea to help you spread the magic, you should make a logo and put them on the back of everything you do and below it the link to your blog or to your shop if it's an epic logo it will make the plushie look more professional and serves as advertising too. Just think about it. Also if you could get back to me about the interview, it would be great.
On the tiger plush option A that you had the note saying it probably wouldn't stand up, on the page full of sketches, had you considered using light polystuffing for the head, and plastic bean stuffing for the body and lower portion of the tail? I've made a few things by that method to balance out oversize heads