I sew and write and play video games.
Steve Irwin in a Jaeger would be entertaining.
Look over there. There’s a Catergory 3 Kaiju. Biggest one yet.
Ah’m gonna wrassle with it.
#yeah but who’s his drift partner. a crocodile. just a crocodile. its not a special or humanoid croc its literally just a croc strapped in.
Anonymous asked: The green part of whimsicott in the back should be blue on a shiny as well
I realized that after the fact. I’m fixing a few things and then I’ll repost the correct version soon! I tinker with plush after they’re finished if I or the commissioner notices something that’s off. But thanks for the tip! I’m always open to those! ^^
Anonymous asked: Hi, I was just curious, are you open for commissions at the moment?
Right now, I’m not taking any more big plush orders until I finish my current list, but if you would like to commission palm plush, I am very open for those! Either message me here or email me: firstname.lastname@example.org
Palm plush are 40 in the US and 45 international.
ask-the-espeon-siblings asked: How much does it cost for an own oc?
Depends on what size you want. But all palm plush are 40 shipped in the USA and 45 shipped outside the USA no matter the subject :) bigger plush are usually between 80-120, just depending on size and such.
petitspectre asked: depending on the price I would totally buy a chesnaught plush if you end up making one
When I make things not on commission, they’re always cheaper (unless I make it specifically for auction, which would totally not be the case here). Since it would be normal size, It’d probably be like 60.00 plus 5 bucks shipping in the US and 10 outside. But I’d be open for haggling.
Anonymous asked: What kind of XY Pokemon are you making right now?
As I type this, I’m working on two Delphox and a Greninja. I may have to make a Chesnaught to go with them. Even though no one ordered him. No tank chestnut love :(
Anonymous asked: Exactly HOW do you make these or is it private?
Make plush? Mostly it’s a lot of practice and a lot of being able to look at something and figure out what shapes make it and how to turn those shapes 2D so when you put fabric together, it makes a 3D shape. While learning, you can go to a thrift store, get a cheap plush, and cut it open. See what shapes were used. That can help you visualize how shapes fit together. Sewing is all about geometry.
I’m not the best teacher, but I wouldn’t mind doing a step-by-step the next time I make a personal plush. I can’t give out patterns for commissions out of respect for the commissioner, but I wouldn’t mind showing a bit of how I figure things out the next time I have some free time!
jakebstumblrman asked: Oh my goodness a whimsicott plush sounds like the cutest thing in the world, I can't wait to see the finished product!
It’s already looking cute ^-^ it should be up soon!
Anonymous asked: I love your plushes! They're all so amazing, I've read a couple of the other questions and I'm just curious in what kind if big plush you're making? If it's a private commission I understand, I'm just curious about more upcoming cute plushes :3
It’s a gift OC for someone, and it came out super cute! Here’s a preview of things to come!