Commissioned plushie of The Cynical Brit, TotalBiscuit. [link]
Wee little plushie top hat! That took a few tries. I didn't realize it until today, but I think hats are always tricky because the plushies' heads aren't completely round, but the hat is. Ah well, it was worth the work. He wouldn't have been the same without it.
12" tall, mainly fleece with other accents, face was hand-painted with fabric paint.
I made these back in April for my sister's birthday, but they've kind of been lying there bald for months. I found some suitable yarn now, but they're still actually really rather bald. I probably have to do the hair in actual rows really close to each other like real hair, which will take so long.
So, they're poseable, as they have pipe cleaners in their limbs and if you take off Dr Horrible's jacket and goggles, he becomes Billy. ^^ I'm so proud of those goggles.
Ooooh and I forgot to take a picture of this, but Penny has a little red sewn on her chest, Dr Horrible a black heart and Captain Hammer a house... (or a home. Get it?)
---------------------------------------------------------- If you liked this, please take a look at this deviation by another artist:
Copper and stainless steel, 1mm sheet. Glued on a piece of MDF, copper trimmings on sides (doesn't show here..) The steels surface was like this, it is called pigskin. I thought it fitted in the dragon-theme quite well and it gives more contrast to the board. 5 by 5 cm squares. 1 by 5 cm margins with engraved numbers 1 to 8 and letters A to H (can't be seen here, though). Total size 42 by 42 cm. Weight almost 5 kilos so it is no travel-version..
This necklace was featured in the Sept. 2004 issue of BeadStyle magazine.
This 'beadmail' necklace is based off of Japanese 6-in-1 hexmail. So why the Norse name? Beats me.
(Do you hear that? That's the sound of many samurai turning over in their graves.)
It's made with a subtle palette of freshwater pearls in varying shades of mauve, peach, white, silver and blue. (That's poetry for 'I had a ton of pearls that I didn't know what to do with, and was determined to use them up if it killed me.') The pendant is Czech crystal taken from an antique (ca. 1920) chandelier. Wired with sterling silver. Closes with lobster claw clasp.