...I didn't win, but got an amazing coupon for her Chibi Horror Plush pattern. And as shown in my latest Cthulhu:
There is definitely some changes on Pika-Puppet's eyes and mouth for sure.
This, as well, will be one of my plushies to sell at a convention this year (if that happens). Won't be selling at this moment, this is just a sample for all to show. ^^ Hope you like it!
As soon as I saw this I instantly fell in love with it. I've never seen anything like it and it's flawless execution make it a one of a kind plushie that I would love to have in my own home. The general creativity and master craftsmanship on this just make me fall head over heels for the design and idea. I would love to see more work like this and more pictures of it in the future but for now I am content just to have this picture to gaze at. I love everything about this, keep up the good work<img src="e.deviantart.net/emoticons/s/s…" width="15" height="15" alt="" data-embed-type="emoticon" data-embed-id="391" title=" (Smile)"/>
Plus, if I ever sell my plush here, it would be around 50 dollars.
Hi! I see that you've requested critique on this piece, and I'm here to give you one
This plushie is as cute as it is creepy; I think that you fused the characters really well, retaining the most distinctive traits of both characters. Your drawing also elevates your presentation, and also serves as a great 'reference' of sorts (of how the character would look like in 2D form). Overall, excellent work !
For your presentation, I suggest arranging your photos in a collage; not only will it help align your photos (if you use an online collage maker like befunky.com), but the borders of the collage will also make the transitions between photos more streamlined. Additionally, when taking crafts photos, I don't recommend facing your camera towards the light source, as it will result in a distracting glare and high levels of light-shadow contrast (like in your upper right photo). Ideally, you want the light to be spread evenly across the background, and for there to be as few objects in the photo as possible. For this reason, I suggest taking your photos on a plain piece of paper or cloth .
Hope this helps, and keep up the wonderful work!
But I basically can't play much games since my computer is not compatible for these games, plus I don't have time at all XP