This Junhyung papercraft was made by request for a very long time ago. SORRYIONLYMADEITNOWICOMPLETELYFORGOT. IAMREALLYSORRYPLEASEDON'TKILLME.
This is outfit (or what I could find of it) from BEAST's "Shock" MV. I just kinda had to guess as to what his outfit looked like - I couldn't really tell in the MV.
A whole bunch of parts were recolored from (DesuBunny's) various amazing papercrafts. Thanks a bunch!
Yo Seob or whoever this guy is (c) himself? This recolored model (c) me. The parts from this recolored model (c) DesuBunny.
Notes: - I don't really have anything for this one either. Just make sure to cut his jacket out carefully and follow DesuBunny's tutorial.
I guess you'd like to make this one if you like whoever this is. I'll just call him Yo Seob unless someone tells me otherwise.
If you want to print the pattern out, you can copy and paste the downloaded image onto Microsoft Word (or a writing program) and make the image larger.
I'll get a picture of the completed model up as soon as I can!
If you need help, you can leave a note for me or a comment on this page, or you can look at DesuBunny's tutorial: [link]
P.S. Sorry to DesuBunny and TheAmazingMorph 'cause I didn't ask them this time to use their papercraft bases this time. Sorry if I needed to ask again, but I figured that it would be OK since I asked the first time.
Here is a render of the Aquarius horoscope/zodiac symbol in violet for Eridan's shirt from Homestuck.
-Print this out on iron-on transfer paper for dark fabrics fitted across a 8.5" by 11" piece of paper. -You can size to fit however you want. I feel like 6 inches across is appropriate. -You don't need to mirror it, as iron-on transfers iron print-side up. -When you cut it out, cut right along the lines of the pattern, as any white space WILL show up on the shirt.
Caution: This pattern is not exact; it is meant as a rough guide to the pattern pieces you will need to make a Gomamon plushie like the one ~Espeakus and I worked together on: [link]
I sketched this out after a request from ~Eulasia and I hope she and others find it helpful.
Cut out all pieces, making adjustments where you see fit. Sew each part of Gomamon separately and then put him together.
Notes on the feet: For each set of feet (front and back) you will have 4 feet pieces. The pattern has a shaded circular area; cut this hole into only 2 of the feet pieces for each set. The pieces with the holes in them will be the top of the foot; the bottom edge of the leg pieces get sewn to the circular edge of the hole in the foot.
HEAD Sew the edge of one side piece to the long strip from point A to B. Do the same with the opposite edge of the long strip and the other side piece. Turn inside out and stuff. Sew 2 ear pieces together, leaving the short edge open to turn it inside out; repeat with the other set of ear pieces. Attach them to the head.
BODY Sew the tops of the side body pieces together, from the top left "corner" to approx. point D. Sew the long body strip from point C to point D to each of the body pieces, creating a sort of bag with the neck as an opening. Turn inside out and stuff.
FRONT LEG Sew 2 leg pieces together along long sides, forming a tube. Turn inside out. Sew 2 paw pieces together; turn inside out through through the hole in one piece. Sew the leg to the edge of the hole. Stuff. Repeat for the other leg.
BACK LEG Same process as for front leg, except that the back leg will not be a tube shape. Just leave the straight, short edge open.
TAIL This is the easy part! Just sew the pieces together, leaving the short, straight edge open. Turn inside out; stuff.
Now put all the pieces together using the invisible stitch (Google it if you don't know it) so that it resembles a Gomamon! Add his markings and features using paint, felt, and whatever else suits your fancy.
Like I said, this is not an exact pattern, so change and adjust whatever suits you to get a Gomamon you are happy with. Good luck and have fun!
I'M NOT SURE WHY YOU GUYS WANT THIS CRA----- But okay, you guys can have it o.o Feel free to download it for a bigger resolution, modify it as you wish, and hand out to whoever, etc, etc. Sorry there's only the body, but I'm pretty sure the rest of it is pretty easy. Haven't gotten around to doing a tutorial, so make due with this in the meanwhile... :'D
The back still has some issues(isn't flat.. but may be because I under stuffed it.), and the feet are like that cos... I like them like that. And my x-acto knife doesn't like round edges. But anyways, I do like how the feet turned out, so deal D<
Sew the top 2 pieces together first, then sew the third bottom piece to the 2. I just used wire in the tail, wings, horns, and ears and stabbed them into a half-stuffed Nai and twisted the wire inside. The feet has wire wrapped tinfoil. I don't really wanna try explaining anymore without picture reference cos I kinda suck at that, so I'll leave it at this for now >.>
Because I've had a lot of people ask for it, here's my Reshiram Plushie pattern from my Ver. 2 plushie.
Due to the size of the peices, I have to upload seperate sheets. The peices have been laid out in the places they are supposed to go to for convience (I leave the gray peices for you to measure and make yourself, as I don't know how big you guys plan on making your Reshiram). I'd love to make a tutorial out of this, but I have no white fabric left nor do I have the energy at the moment to make another Reshiram.
Be sure to leave seam allowance when cutting the peices out.
*Note: You will need doll joints for this plushie.*
I'm going to lay down a few rules with this pattern:
1. Under no circumstances are you to use this for commissions. You may, however, use it to make a Reshiram as a gift or just for yourself.
2. You may enlarge or shrink the pattern size if you wish.
3. Do not claim this as your own.
4. If you happen to use this pattern, either note me the link or leave it in a comment on any of these pattern sheets. I'd love to see