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Rainbow Dash Custom Plush by Nazegoreng Rainbow Dash Custom Plush by Nazegoreng
No Critique, Please... by RaptureCyner

:icontradesonhold: :iconcommissionsclosed: - See page & journal for details

Rainbow Dash for :iconnazegoreng: 

:bulletyellow:  Dashie is made from baby blue, cherry red, orange, sunshine, lime, azure and purple minky.
Her eyes were embroidered with a Brother Innovis 750D embroidery machine, Madiera Rayon embroidery thread, and Bernina V6 embroidery software. The eyes were designed and digitised by me. Her pattern was also designed by me. Her hooves contain poly pellets so she can stand well on her own. She is 17 inches to the top of her head. She has wire in her wings and tail. She has flat hooves and 3d sculpted ears. 

Please do not ask for the pattern, under no circumstance will I be giving it out. 

:bulletyellow: I've had this Dashie near-finished for awhile now. Just had to sit down and finish her hand sewing. So here she is!! I totally love her. Can't wait to take her to Sydneigh this year and get her signed by Ashleigh :D. I kept her forelock straight instead of my usual angle so you could still see her expression from the front view :3. 

I hope you love her! 

Please comment/fav. It means allot to me. 
I have not asked for critique. Any critique is not appreciated. 

:star: Watch me or check out my journal (and tumblr) to see WIPs of this and other current projects. 


I am currently working on other plushes. Keep an eye out on my page if you are interested in owning any of my future plushes.
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Reyndrys Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
I'm throwing money at the screen and nothing is happening! Take my money you amazing, gloriously talented human!
Nazegoreng Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
Dawwww you are too nice! I'd definitely make another for commission if you ever wanted one down the track
ThundeR31 Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
omg she looks super amazing!! 10/10 would huggle
Nazegoreng Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
Thanks a bunch :D
RainbowDashie20p Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2014  New member Student Interface Designer
is it possible for me to buy one of these?
Nazegoreng Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
I take commissions. They are closed right now but will open again after this batch. My prices are linked on my page
ThePhantomDragon Featured By Owner Aug 20, 2014  Student Filmographer
i understand you will not be giving out the pattern and am not asking for one, but can you give me tips on how to create my own pattern? i can do the sewing and everything else.... its the pattern making i cant seem to do
Nazegoreng Featured By Owner Aug 20, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
For sure. What did you need help with?
ThePhantomDragon Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2014  Student Filmographer
really? thanks so much!! i need all the tips i can get. how do you generally start out a pattern? for some reason i just can't wrap my head around visualizing something in pieces or what shape they need to be. i hear practicing with paper helps and i've tried that but still cant get the hang of how to visualize a pattern based on a character or animal 
Nazegoreng Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
How much experience do you have under your belt? If you are just starting out I'd learn the basics like patterning a sphere, and other simple shapes. Learn what gussets and darts are and how they work and effect shapes. Then most patterns are just modifications of simple shapes. You can use paper towel to give you an idea especially when patterning flat pieces or pieces that have to be curled etc. The biggest way to learn is just to practise though. I struggled allot when I started but after years of practise I know now how to put a pattern together almost instantly. The more you work at it the easier it gets. Sewing some free or bought premade patterns also will help to teach you how certain pieces go together
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