I haven't made my signature unicorn in years. I think, after I demonstrated it on the M. Stewart Show and basically everyone started making them, I figured "why bother"? But...I still had all these feather boas laying around. Plus, it's a fun design. So I decided to update it with some new techniques, and added customized brass findings and a quartz bead dangle, as well as a brass filigree cap on the tip of the horn. And now I like it better. Available here: www.etsy.com/listing/170918691…
I just made some digivices and could not wait to post them XD most aren't even finished yet(buttons are being painted now), but i love how they turned out! They are all cast in resin and very resistant.
Demyx's Sitar from Kingdom Hearts. Made for a commission, this is made of pvc, pink insulation foam, paper clay, wooden dowels, plywood, glue, elastic string, acrylics, and sealer. It's a little over six feet tall, I believe, and weighs around eight pounds (perhaps less, we'll see when I ship, haha), and it's able to be broken down into two parts so it'll be easier to transport. Several people have asked for a quote for this thing over the years, I was happy to finally have someone commission it from me! It was a intriguing prop since it's so different, and I'm sure as hell glad that I'm done with it, haha. Can't wait to ship it, it's taking up a lot of room in my shop XP
So I've been working on this slowly between commissions and finals.
It is a Drifloon fleece hat.
It is made like all my other fleece hats, with soft, warm fleece and lined with a white jet set knit liner. One size fits most. The cloud is stuffed with premium polyfil to make it ultra plushy.
The "arms/legs" are roughly 13" long including the heart "feet". The "strings" are made of ultra strong yet stretchy premium "string". It is super soft and velvety. (and was really FREKKIN' EXPENSIVE too!)
Commissions ARE open and you can get one of these for $25 plus shipping.
OR you can buy this and other goodies from my Etsy---> [link]
Shiny Drifloon Hat:
Drifloon(c)Pokemon Company, Nintendo Pattern, make and design(c) *PakajunaTufty
The Goat mask was created from 4 ounce vegetable tanned leather, Eco-Flo water based dyes, and liquitex acrylic paint. It is sealed with liquitex matte varnish, which can withstand anything from sweat to rain (though heavy water exposure is not recommended).
As you can see in the picture, I have a simple light in the front that can turn on to give it a nice affect. One of the columns is a bit crooked, but it was too late for me to fix when I realized the problem.
Materials: Insulation foam Very thin Styrene Liquid Nails Foam Board PVC pipe Smooth Cast 300 White and light blue spray paint Touch night light