Mediums: Hand-dyed German Schulte Viscose, German Glass Eyes, Vintage cotton fabric , Button joints, Plastic Beads, Upcycled Polyfil
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when u sell a kit, pattern and instructions on making the toy does it tell you how to do everything? ive never done needle felting or used joints, if, for example, i wanted all that for a toy like this would i get in a kit all of the mediums you mentioned in the list above/? e.g what is upcycled polyfil and if that was included i'd be told where to use it and how right?
Yes it tells you how to do everything and what extra materials you will need to get. I would of course recommend starting with a kit without needle felting (Jary doesn't require needle felting) if you are uncomfortable with just diving right into it.
A well deserved DD~! Seriously, doing these all by hand takes not only an excelling amount of patience and willingness to endure, but, as I've said about your other dolls, a lot of love. I really love how you manage to put such cute expressions on each and every one too! This one is no exception, it looks so precious and delicate! <33
I admire your art so much. I really do want to learn how to sew things one day and seeing your gallery is just so inspiring. Still trying to talk alex into buying me the little elephant! She is adorable ahhh I want her so badly ;w;
awww that's sweet. I love pokemon, but their patterns are too complex for a simple amateur like me. I think the people who makes those patterns are amazing. I don't know how to do the snot thing without overbalancing him though XD
Maybe without his blanket he'll catch a cold, sneeze, and become a Cubchoo