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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
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Derpy Plushie by eebharas Derpy Plushie by eebharas
No pattern changes this time! Well, a new mane and tail pattern because I've never made a Derpy before, but otherwise none. :)

Because I couldn't find the multicolored thread I normally use for the irises in yellow, I made them a different way, and I think it worked out.

Not for sale!
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eebharas Jul 12, 2013  Student Artisan Crafter
I'm glad you like her!:)
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davidbillups Oct 17, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
awesome! very well put together:)
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eebharas Oct 17, 2012  Student Artisan Crafter
Thank you!:)
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:iconsheimii:
Oh I saw this one on Ponychan! She looks super nice, I especially liked the front view. I like that you used a more blue-ish colour, it somehow looks a lot softer on her! She looks so soft and cuddly~
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eebharas Aug 21, 2012  Student Artisan Crafter
Thank you! The front view was my favorite too. :) I think the dusty blue looks better for derpy than the regular grey does. Thanks!:D
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You're most welcome~
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Fallenpeach Aug 18, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Oh she's perfect! :heart: Awesome job c: May I ask though, how do you get the tips of her mane so spikey? Whenever I try to make a spikey mane it turns out round at the tips :/ Also, is there a certain way to stuff them that make them so solid like that? I'm just wondering because when I try to make a standing Pony plush they always turn out bumpy in places from too much stuffing.. sorry for the huge comment LOL I just really want to be good like you :iconpapcryplz:
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eebharas Aug 18, 2012  Student Artisan Crafter
I clip all of my corners and curves. It eliminates puckering at the curves, and it makes corners sharper by taking away the bulk on the inside. I stuff using small pieces, and I use Supreme Poly fil instead of premium, because it's meant for plushies. It clumps less so plushies don't come out lumpy quite as easily, and makes them very stable while still being squishy and soft. (Don't use morning glory stuffing, it really is the worst stuffing I've ever felt, and didn't even feel soft to begin with...I swear it was like gravel and cotton candy had an angry baby. Premium fiber fil is softer than morning glory and lumps less easily, but it's not as nice as supreme fiber fil is. Unfortunately, supreme is more expensive and harder to find.)
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