Battle Bear and Girl

For Aaron.

Battle Bear and Girl

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Not impressive, but could be useful.

I traced the map of the world for the Roxy vs. Gazelle pic, and earlier this year I drew a cow for a project for school. It occurs to me that other people could use these kinds of sources for school projects as well, or as elements in art. So here you go, one map of the world and one cow, large files available when you click on the images shown here.


Map of the World

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My Oldest Love

Warning – Nudity

The woman and the serpent.

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Vanilla the Dandy

A plush of about 17 cm minus the ears.

Part of the credit goes to my lovely SO, who said Vanilla should have a tie, and also came up with the name.

Little Dog Plushie

A doggy plushie of about 15cm from tip of tail to tip of nose.

My Little Flame Pony

A black pony with copious red-range hair, yellow-orange eyes and a cutie mark in the shape of a flame. She is about 12 cm tall.

I wanted to make a cloth plushie pony to fit the season – Halloween and Samhain – without making it an outright Halloween pony. This pony was also my first experiment with modifying Meliadhor’s pattern for a shorter-legged pony with more of a horse-like nose. She also ended up with enormous amounts of mane!

She has felt ears and felt hooves, a felt cutie mark on one side only, and felt eyes. Her hair is unravelled yarn and her body is black cotton. She is stuffed with polyester fibre fill and her back legs are joined with a couple of stitches, easy to undo, to give her a taller stance.

The pattern is modified from one by Meliadhor. No offense to Hasbro.

Links to the pattern: PonyFawn

Tiny Felt Bear

A palm-sized brown felt bear, about 8 cm tall, not counting the ears.

Made from a pattern by Sharon Welch.