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Heatran Custom Plush by AMSLizrah Heatran Custom Plush by AMSLizrah
Well, look at that. I finally got off my butt, cleaned up some images, and now I have some 3D art to share with you. Frickin' sweet. This was the first time I've made a plush without having to re-do my own pattern 8 million times, so I'm super excited.

Heatran was commissioned by a lovely gal over at Livejournal and he's shipping out today. :D

Pokémon © Nintendo
Plush and pattern made entirely by yours truly.

EDIT: Uploaded larger photos. I noticed the details were very hard to see. Hopefully that has now been fixed.
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blackcharizard1999 Featured By Owner May 10, 2012  Student Filmographer
wow
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DraconusOmega Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2010
I have a job now so how much for a life-size Celebi to go with the life-size Shaymin I got at the fair?
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AMSLizrah Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2010
Oh, I forgot to add, I was including posable limbs in that estimate, so if you'd like to opt out of that, or work something out with a supportive skeleton for the plush, I can always give more estimates. It's no big.
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DraconusOmega Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2010
Ok, I have no need for poseable limbs, so those can go.
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AMSLizrah Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2010
Right-o! For the record, if I wind up building a soft skeleton for the Celebi, I can make them posable free of charge.
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DraconusOmega Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2010
Ok, nothing better than free.
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AMSLizrah Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2010
Well, according to the 'dex, Celebi is 1'11.6'', so that's quite a bit bigger than Heatran, especially with the strange shape of his head. I'd quote a big Celebi at $50-$60 due to the size and sheer amount of polyfill needed.

If you wanted it to be able to sit up with the teeny little body, I can do it, but that would be a bit extra since I would need to rig the innards with a soft but supportive skeleton. I'd think it would be worth it though for display purposes. I hate when my Umbreon falls over because of his giant head. :/
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DraconusOmega Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2010
I agree with you on the giant head bit. Btw, how much for Manaphy? I want to get my sis a Christmas gift, seeing as her birth day is Friday and I don't have my first paycheck to pay you with yet. ^^; As of now, I am just doing the online version of window shopping so I know how much to set aside. You understand, right?
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AMSLizrah Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2010
Nah, I understand. I always shop around before I buy. It's the smart thing to do, really.

Manaphy is another "cute Pokémon with a huge head", so I'm just going to quote you with a supportive skeleton, since that one would just be horrendously sad-looking if it couldn't support itself. It's smaller at 11.8", but the lowest I could go would be $55 thanks to the awkward proportions and the facial embroidery. I just can't recommend making one without a skeleton since it would just be a blue blob with cute head tentacles. :<

Speaking of huge head tentacles, I could make those posable for an additional $5. I thought I should throw that in there just to get both quotes out there so you can figure out what you want.

Would you like a second quote then for a Celebi with an internal skeleton then?
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DraconusOmega Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2010
Give me the quote and we'll see.

I agree that Manaphy is another "cute Pokémon with a huge head", so give me the supportive skeleton.

And posable head tentacles are a must, manly for bragging rights so I can say "Do you even want to guess how much I shelled out for this? No? Merry Christmas, then." Yes, I do realise that makes me look a little self centered, but I do this to impress people, and I don't say things like that UNLESS my sis complains.

And thank you for being understanding.
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AMSLizrah Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2010
With a skeleton, Celebi would be between $70 and $80. I can't quite estimate it until I can figure out exactly how I'm going to make it. I have a few ideas, but I will need to test them. I want to make sure it has a skeleton, but the skeleton remains soft since a plush should never feel like a mass of wires.

I predict it'll be closer to $80, though, so let's tentatively say $75.
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DraconusOmega Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2010
Ok that works.
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MizuTorrent Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2010  Hobbyist Artist
That is so terribly sexy.

How much do you think you would charge for a shiny Gardevoir? ;w;

Or a Gliscor? Or Crobat? Or...anything for that matter. OTL
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AMSLizrah Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2010
Well, commissions are open again since he's done. :D

A shiny Gardevoir would be the most affordable since they're largely hollow. I would charge $30 for one the size of Heatran, depending on the fabric used. If you wanted the blue bits to have a bit of sheen, it would go up to $40.

Gliscor would be the most expensive due to the complexity of the design and the fact that it would have to be fairly large. I would estimate it at $50-$60 dollars, depending on how you wanted the gliding wings to be made.

Crobat would be about the same price as Gardevoir since I'd estimate it at $40. :D
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MizuTorrent Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2010  Hobbyist Artist
Oh man. I really need to find a way to start generating income.

Not having a job is really tough if you aren't a student. And I couldn't afford to be one. Vicious cycle.

But hey, if I get the green, i'll note you. C:
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AMSLizrah Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2010
The cycle gets even more vicious. If you're a student, you often don't have time to have a job since your schooling is like your job. Only it's more obnoxious because you're paying people instead of them paying you. Ahhhh life. You're so cruel sometimes.

Rock on! :D
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MizuTorrent Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2010  Hobbyist Artist
Yeah I know OTL
But at least it keeps you productive, right?
and LEARNING.

But yeah. Here's to hoping, cheers to that!
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AMSLizrah Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2010
Learning is always awesome! :D I still can't wait to graduate though; I have far too many irons in the fire. Holding down a job and doing freelance sounds like heaven compared to my 'CAD schedule.

Damn skippy! :D
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MizuTorrent Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2010  Hobbyist Artist
I know right? But I suppose you'll have an easier time getting a job with a degree from ANY school. =a=

So luck be with you on that one, mang. I can't wait for your schedule to get more free. That way we might able able to hang out, or you might abe up for some collabs or art trades or something.

But dude, question. Does your dorm door have a dry-erase board on it? Because I was visiting ~nielGziL a month or so back, and she mentioned another Liz living in the same apartment, and that they were a pokemon nerd...

And I drew a Pikachu on a random dorm room's white board because I was bored. :B
Am I doin' it wrong?
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AMSLizrah Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2010
One can only hope! Gotta pay off these college debts somehow. XD

For sure! I love doing trades and collabs. :D Pity my schedule isn't gonna free up until December. DX

My door is sadly lacking in white boards. :< That said, it may have been me, because I don't think there are that many Pokénerds named Liz around this joint.

Nah, you're doing it right and doing it better than me! I usually just draw Palkia on everything as a loophole to the "stop drawing penes on everything >:|" rule. XD
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Sooim Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2010   General Artist
Eee! So cute! I love his doop legs! :heart: He's adorable~
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AMSLizrah Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2010
His legs are my favorite part. :D They're sturdy enough to support him, but they're pleasantly floppy so he's like a big ragdoll if you hug him.

The legs really show off how floppy they are if you toss him in the air. He makes the perfect pouncing pose. :D
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poncy-rogue Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
He's the best huggable thing ever. :heart: Liz, you are so talented!
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AMSLizrah Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2010
D'awwwwww, thanks! :D :heart:
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invertings Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2010
Man. That looks really good.
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AMSLizrah Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2010
Thank you! :D I spent a ton of time on him so I'm glad he doesn't suck. XD
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