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Canon
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Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XTi
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1/8 second
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F/4.5
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31 mm
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Jun 11, 2010, 10:37:25 AM
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Plush Commissions Summer 2010 by pheleon Plush Commissions Summer 2010 by pheleon
I totally forgot to submit this before! ^^; These were some of my summer commissions that I didn't submit as deviations.

(from top-bottom, left-right)
Kouji and Jeri for :icondigiegg:
Noir and Pearl for :iconnightmare-chan22:
Excella and Wesker for :iconhinoiri-maiden:
Gambit for :iconinsane-effigy:
Mikhail for :iconandelice:
Undertaker and Aro for :iconkhrazah:
Signum and Shurelia for :iconhao-007:
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ShadowTheHedgeHog879 Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2014  Student Artist
Oh wow! Could you possibly please show me the pattern you used for the Undertaker doll?
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landra15 Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
very cool
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ErizuStrawberries Featured By Owner May 27, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
OMG ! OMG ! You did "Gambit" in plushie ;A; !!!!!!!!!!!!!
I want it ! Him, Rogue, Logan(wolverine), Thör, Iron Man, Captain América LOL !
You asked me the other day in which anime/manga I was into ti. Well, I'm into Superhero these day XD haha
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pheleon Featured By Owner May 28, 2012
lol, okay I will keep that in mind! :)
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Brenbanana Featured By Owner Dec 12, 2011  Hobbyist Interface Designer
Hiiii!
I just started making plushies myself after all those great works I saw on DA, but I'm bad at matching the characters haha xD
I just read your hair tutorial, and I'm gonna use it to remake the hair of my otani doll xD but I was hoping you could help me with these questions

1. The last picture of the first row, what kind of material did you use for the clothing?
2. What material do you usually use to make clothes? Cause I usually use felt, but I like the clothing of your dolls much more xD do you just make them wear the same materials as they're wearing in the anime/manga?
3. How do you make hair in one piece, like your chihiro plush? Cause I tried it, but when you look at it from above it's really ugly :(
4. What do you use to make the mouths? xD

I know these are a lottttt of questions, but I hope you can help me cause I think you're really great xD

Thank youuu!
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pheleon Featured By Owner Jan 4, 2012
Hi, sorry for the late response. For clothing, I try to use cute-fuzzy stuff like flanelette, deersuede, craft velour, fleece, but I use EVERYTHING from cotton broadcloth, to satin, to pleather, to corduroy, etc. I also sometimes cut up some old sweaters, shirts, jeans, and etc. Really, just look around and if it looks good, try and see if it can work on the plush.
But my advice on fabric is to generally go for stuff that's thin, flexible, and least-fraying possible.

Chihiro's hair wasn't only in one piece; that was the look I was going for (because miyazaki drew her like that), but it's mainly her bangs that were in one piece, and then her other strands and ponytail were composed of many layers. I don't know what to suggest; I just cut at random and make it look good. ^^:

The mouths are just drawn with a thin-pointed sharpie. Or if they're opened-mouthed/grinning, I paint it with acrylics.
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Brenbanana Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2012  Hobbyist Interface Designer
Thank you so much! :D
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Splashez Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2011  Student Photographer
The only thing I really ponder about is how you make the heads.. Haha
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Demented-Pumpkin Featured By Owner May 21, 2011
It's amazing how much detail you put into your plushies. Like I especially like the checkered design you put into Wesker, it really shows your dedication to your work. :D
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pheleon Featured By Owner May 24, 2011
Thanks. :) Actually, the commissioner really wanted the right type of fabric (and if I couldn't find it, she would have dropped the commission, lol!)...so I was quite lucky to find checkered faux-leather. :p
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