For a while now I’ve been wanting to make a video showing the process of making one of my plush and this week I finally got it done!
And here’s the finished product! He’s so cuddly and HUGE; over 3″ taller than my standard size plush!
Although the video only takes about eleven minutes, in real time he took over three hours to complete. (That doesn’t include the time it took to draft new patterns for the beard and hair and enlarge the other pattern pieces for his body and clothes.)
I hope you enjoyed the video! I’d love to hear your comments on what you thought of this video and maybe some ideas for what you’d want to see in the future. I’ll have this plush available at NC Comicon in November!
Getting started with the second day of DragonCon! Come see me at BT22 in the Comics and Pop Artist Alley in the Hyatt.
It’s almost time for Dragon*Con 2014, I’m so excited! You can see me and my stuffs at the BT22 in the Comics and Pop Artist Alley in the Grand Hall East in the Hyatt Regency from August 29th through September 1st. Check out the Con Plush Gallery to check out all the plush I’ll have available. There will be forty-six different characters, including four totally new characters that I’ve never sold at a convention before!
I hope to see you there!
This little detective is ready to solve the case of Who Needs Snuggles?
His coat is made of a super soft and snuggly cotton flannel and I found this fun dark brown faux fur to use for his hair.
Grab one from my Etsy shop!
These little cuties are available in my Etsy shop!
She’s one of my favorite dolls to make because she always comes out so cute! The little buns are scientifically proven to be adorable, even though sewing them all on kills my poor little fingers.
Some scruffy space pirates are available in my Etsy shop! I’ll be making some princesses to keep them company later this week.
These cuddly little angels are just waiting for you to blink…so they can give you a hug!
I’m just making them with the neutral face for now, but I may make some more with the scary face. People get a little scared of these cuties even with the sweet face.
They each have a piece of hook and loop tape on their hands so they can hide their faces.
It took me a couple of tries to get the wings and hair to where I was happy with them. The wings are lightly stuffed with batting, (the stuff that makes quilts plushy). They’re really soft but hold their shape well.
The first two weeks of my self-employment have been pretty fruitful and now I have a bunch of radical turtles! I’ve listed a couple of each in my Etsy shop!
I’ve updated my Etsy shop for your holiday buying! Take 10% off by entering the coupon code CUDDLES13!