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Madshy Plush by Miiroku Madshy Plush by Miiroku
Sorry about the horrible quality that is my camera.

A commission from someone on FA.

It was commissioned cheap-ish as a test pattern, so lots of little flaws, which will be worked out hopefuly in my next plush using this pattern. One thing I love though are her pawd pads and that big ol' tail.

I am not offering these as commissions at the moment, AND, all my plush commissions are closed at the moment anyways.

Front paw pads:


OFF TO WATCH MORE GAME GRUMPS LDKFJLKSD
Okay, mainly listen, because who just sits there lookin' at the screen?
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panther-star Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
It's so cute! :D
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That-CrazyCat Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2013  Student Digital Artist
I love this plush!
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wertypop Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2013
ahh dis is so pretty :D
mmm game grumps <3
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O0-Luna-O0 Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2013
I know you probably have a lot of comments and won`t see this but, how many sheets of felt do you normally use on a plush? I was thinking of making a plush of my character and I didn't want to buy more felt then I needed or too little. Another question I had was do you make the plush parts inside out when you are done sewing them so the stitches don't show?
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Miiroku Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2013
I use fleece, rather then felt. Felt is nice, but only if you're going to make a smaller plush.
But as for how much you'd need it really all depends on the size of plush you want to make. Too much felt is better then not enough, and it's cheap enough that buying a bit extra isn't a huge deal. :3

It's hard to explain how really. XD I looked up so many tutorials and never understood them till it finally clicked with me. lol
But if you search up "how to hidden stich" or something like that you should find it. Maybe look on google, DA, or even YouTube and there should be lots of great tutorials to use.
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O0-Luna-O0 Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2013
I found your explanation extreamly helpful and now I have a better idea of how to make a plush and the steps needed to do so. I might try to use fleece as well in the future if I plan on making a bigger plush lol. Thank you very much for responding to the questions in my comment :icondragonhugplz:
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Patchwork-Clocks Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
Do let us know when these open up again. I would be very interested in commissioning a plush from you. c:
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Sockune Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2013
too cute <3333
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PatchworkGalaxy Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Your plushies are incredible honestly. Did you base it off an existing pattern or is it all from scratch?
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Miiroku Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2013
It was a pattern I made from scratch. :3
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