Pokemon, Plushies, and Mathematics
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.

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

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.

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.

Who’s that Pokemon?

Who’s that Pokemon?

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.

*destruction intensifies*

Getting Floette to hold this thing is going to be a pain in the ass.