You were expecting a Pokemon? Too bad, you get sleepy purple anteater thing instead. Anyway, this guy’s name is Paku. Who the heck is Paku? He’s a character from Pop’n Music. What the heck is Pop’n Music? My favorite rhythm game (and video game series) of all time. Have a video of me almost failing a song.
Also clouds are the worst and I still have no idea how to work with them. That overly complicated dart design I posted didn’t really serve any purpose in the end. Oh well.
best pop’n music character
Yo dawg, I heard you like darts, so I put some darts in your darts so you can reshape your pattern piece while you reshape your pattern piece.
In case you were wondering
No, I haven’t forgotten about that giveaway I promised to do. I just haven’t the slightest idea what to make for it. I want to pick a Pokemon which I like enough to motivate myself to work on it, but that at the same time would have a moderate appeal. Too bad I’m a complete hipster when it comes to Pokemon.
thatfuckerclayton said: Eeeeeeyyy where you get that slurpuff?
That’s one of my customs! And my second favorite out of all of them I’ve made.
alchemistphantom said: How many of those did you make? :3
Let’s see, I made all but 3 of them in the last pic (Spritzee, Swirlix, and Flabebe are the Pokemon Center plush), I made Lanturn in the second pic, and if you look closely at the first pic there’s a Furret on which the top row of plushies is sitting.
I took some pictures of my collection for a contest on PKMNCollectors. In case you were wondering the extent to which I completely refuse to accept the fact that I’m an adult, well, I think the pictures speak for themselves.
Hi! I would just really like to compliment you on your craftsmanship and your comprehensive understanding of your craft. I struggle with geometric concepts and similar math; I rework my crochet and knit pieces over and over until I have some kind of grasp on their shape! I really admire the way you've thought out the math behind your plushes, and I'm really glad that I've stumbled across your blog, because your work inspires me :D
Haha, I honestly must say that I really still have a long way to go with my craftsmanship. If I was using any other fabric than minky, you’d be able to see a lot more flaws on my plushies, and whenever I’m putting stuff together I always feel like there’s all sorts of flaws I’m just skirting over, or that I’m being super sloppy with my stitches, etc.
But I’m glad I could inspire you! In the end I’m just a guy having fun by making plushies (my whole life can’t just be math and video games) so the fact that I’ve come far enough to even have a following at all is pretty surprising.
Now I am become death, the destroyer of worlds.
This one was pretty fun to plan out and make. It’s also life-sized since it’s about 8.5 inches tall (not including the eye stalks). And for once I didn’t mess up the smile!
This is also the first time I messed around with magnets, and the second time I’ve used wire. And I still have no idea what I’m doing. Ah well.
Getting Floette to hold this thing is going to be a pain in the ass.