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He is approx 24" tall. His eyes were embroidered with a Brother Innovis 750D embroidery machine, Madiera Rayon embroidery thread, and Bernina V6 embroidery software and feature gradient embroidery. The eyes were designed and digitised by me. His pattern was also designed by me. His legs, arms, neck and hands contain wire. His arms and especially fingers are fully posable. The jacket is fully removable. His pants are not removable but you can undo them XD.
Eeeeee I'm so proud of how this guy came out. I love love love working on anthros, and this is the first plush I've made since I've been taking my dressmaking classes. I definitely think my clothing making skills have improved greatly. Just love how his outfit came out. He's so much fun to pose, really expressive.
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Anyway I don't feel like pushing this any further. Have a happy holidays.
The day you make a plush better than the one above, is the day you're justified to say that shit. Even then you'd still be an asshole for saying it.
This plush is an amazing piece of work, and has all been individually patterned specifically for this character so it's a one off piece.
You obviously don't know much about the projects Naz takes on if you're asking if people will eventually commission other characters.
a bland and harsh manner, it sounds like you're putting down hours and hours of hard work.
Now I also do plush work too but mine is nothing compared to Naz's and all the other artists who have spent years perfecting their technique and talent
to create a huggable bundle of art.
I can't tell you how soul-crushing it is for someone to criticize your plush after spending hours on it without some positive reinforcement. The plush I made,
Meepo, I spent literally over a month on and when I was finished I showed some people online and they said the head made it look like his neck was broken,
that his eyes were creepy and that he couldn't stand either. Some people were positive, others weren't and those that leave those harsh comments do
hurt the artist's confidence.
Next time, really think and read your comment, think about how it would come across to the other person reading it. Remember, they can't see your face,
they can't hear your voice and they only have your words to go by.
So really, THINK before you type.
good but like I said, you're incredibly blunt and even now, you're
coming across as rude and Naz isn't lashing out, she's defending
Most importantly, you should always ask the artist if they want
critique or not. You may have good intentions but sometimes
people aren't putting out their art to be judged, just to show what
they've created, to express their creative energy through a medium.