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How to make patterns- Lesson 2 by pheleon How to make patterns- Lesson 2 by pheleon
Originally, I was going to have 3 parts to the tutorial, but I condensed this one so this is the final lesson. :)

I hope this helps! It's really just the starting point of making a plush pattern. Personally, I can just sorta see the shapes floating in my head and unfolding into 2D planes, but explaining that is impossible. In the end, I thought that the most basic way to break down a 3D object is with simple shapes like rectangles, circles and triangles.

If you need clarifications on the contents of this lesson, feel free to comment. However, please don't ask me how to make specific body parts/shapes! With this tutorial, you can figure it out on your own and probably make it better than I can ever explain.

I mentioned my mini-plush pattern in this tutorial, so in case you haven't see it before, here it is:


PART 1
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:icontenshihime13:
This is really helpful as was your previous tutorial about this.  Thank you. :)
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Lucky757 Feb 21, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
Thanks so much! This is amazing!
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:iconspiderrabbit:
I notice the girl dolls have boobs. HOW do you give them boobs?
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:iconpheleon:
I feed them a lot of estrogen. ;)

(I just design a pattern that accomodates a bust, and then usually needlesculpt the cleavage.)
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Free-Falling Dec 16, 2012  Professional General Artist
I love this, thank you so much!
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z102011 May 24, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
may i know what kind of material you use for the body? pwease :D
btw awesome work!
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:iconpheleon:
Please check out my FAQ: [link] :)
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:iconmsdungeonx:
MsDungeonX Feb 5, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
:D This tutorial is very, very helpful. What would I have to do if I wanted to give my plushie a prop to hold? ^^; I can't seem to figure it out.
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:iconpheleon:
I put wires in the arms, so that the fingers can bend and hold it into place. Maybe the next tutorial I'll make will be about wire-armature and making plushies posable! :)
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:iconmsdungeonx:
MsDungeonX Feb 12, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
:hug: Thanks for the info!
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