Over the past few weeks I’ve been getting the last of my custom orders done in order to start getting ready for selling at NC Comicon the first weekend of November. I always get a good selection of interesting charcters with customs, and it seems like I’ve had an overload of aliens lately…
Oh em gee, I am super happy with how little Doop came out. I think I captured his absolute redonkulousness, along with his vacant stare. Doop is one of those dolls I had way too much fun making. He’s about 16″ tall and, like all my dollies, has jointed arms. Jointed arms are especially good for flailing while following your boyfriend around the house and repeatedly singing “doop doop doop doop doop doop” until he loses his mind. I think “Nerdy ways to irritate your boyfriend” is so going to be a new blog feature.)
I love his weird, buggy eyeballs. You don’t even know.
Kit was actually for Stitch Wars Strikes Back at the Bear and Bird Gallery. He didn’t sell and I’m totally disappointed to have his adorableness in my house again. Devasted. He’s not at all cuddly and loveable and I do not squee girlishly about his head tentacles. (Headacles? That doesn’t sound right.) He also did not sit with me and watch the aquatic episodes of Star Wars: The Clone Wars.
I think Marvin is the most “mainstream” of the alien plush. He looks a little cranky about it.
Here’s Starro to give you a big hug… and control your brain and subvert your will. But mostly hugs!
Come on, give him a little smooch.