|Hello everyone! I've gotten a lot of questions recently about plushie commissions, and a couple of other things too, so to answer a few future questions, here are some answers!|
Q: Am I open for commissions right now?
Q: When will I be open for commissions?
A: I'm not sure, at the moment. See eebharas.deviantart.com/journa… for guidelines.
Q: What are your prices for [insert character/type of pony here]?
A: Send me a note!
Q: Do you have a tumblr?
A: Funny you should ask*! Indeed I do! eebharas.tumblr.com/
Q: Are you a grandmother/40-something?
A: Oddly, I get this one a lot. No, I am not a grandmother. I am also not 40. I am 20. Do I talk in an elderly way? I'm genuinely confused why I get this question so often.
Q: Do you sell your pattern/how much does your pattern cost/where did you get your pattern?
A: No I don't sell my pattern. For that reason it costs both nothing and everything. I drafted it myself with some help on geometry and a lot of constructive critique from my wonderful mother.
Q: What is the airspeed velocity of an unlaiden swallow?
A: African or European?
Q: Do you make any plushies other than ponies?
A: Recently, no. I have though, and I plan to whenever I get the time to sit down and draft entirely new patterns.
Q: Can you send me your embroidery designs?
A: Nope! Sorry, but here's some designs and patches you can buy from someone who's fantastic at machine embroidery: ethepony.ecrater.com/c/1541098…
*Nobody asked...but...I like new followers.
I started making plushies a year ago and I really love it! I would love to design and pattern the plushies that are sold at the Disney store. It's my current life goal. Other hobbies include: Drawing (badly), sculpting, drinking Dr Pepper, watching too much How I Met Your Mother and not ever enough Disney movies, singing (very badly), and room decorating (slowly). I've been sewing since I was 5 and have wanted to be some kind of artist for as long as I can remember. I'm very forgetful and easily bored, and I'm really really really bad at math. I like it when people ask technique questions because it makes me feel smart and I don't like it when people ask for my pattern because it makes me feel overly defensive. I hate non-mechanical pencils and will write 3 pages in Sharpie before I'll write a word with one. I have a cat. His name is Oreo and he sits when he wants a treat. He's adorable but completely defective and un-cat-like. He limps when he walks, which is okay because I do too. He got a new sister named Ubuntu who loves minky, unfortunately. She tries to eat it which is entirely unhelpful. She is actually my brother's kitten, so I guess she's more like Oreo's cousin. I like Beauty and the Beast and my family is composed of nerds.|
Lastly, I never stay on topic when not writing in essay format. You'll get used to it. Or not.