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Plushie face lift tutorial by VengefulSpirits Plushie face lift tutorial by VengefulSpirits
(edited) I added more detail to show why the support is needed.



Sorry about spelling errors and grammar, I'm a n00b plush maker, so if you have ideas on how to improve this or if I did something wrong feel free to tell me.

The plushie head feature here is my Thylacine prototype.


I do not give out my patterns sorry.

Hope you can understand it lol.
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Rookshock Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
omg i am definitely going to remember this owo
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SweetMikosuKai Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2013
Im going to try to make some pushies this weekend. :'D Im having my sweet 16 and i haven't seem my friends in a year and a half, so i want to make it perfect. I don't really have too much money that i can spare, and Im going to get my materials and Hobby Lobby and Michaels. Does anyone have any tips on a good fabric to use? (Im not very experienced with fabric that has faux fur, and Im doing it all by hand, so any other type of fabric would be helpful.) And what kind of stuffing should i use? ;.; I tried the cluster stuffing once and i didn't really like how it made things. I want it to feel like a real plushie, not a cheap one. :'3 Sorry that i wrote so much....I just don't know what i should use. x'3
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VengefulSpirits Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Minky is good for simple plushes, you use cluster stuff if you want a floppy limp plush. Premium polyester fiber for a harder plushie. 

I normally use the harder stuffing for the heads, and cluster for the body. 
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SweetMikosuKai Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2013
Ah, thank you very much for the advice! I'll get the materials today. ^^
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TsukiOhkami Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2013  Student General Artist
You're a noob!?  Could I still ask you to teach me? :XD:
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VengefulSpirits Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I have only been making pushes for a year and a half, so yeah I consdier my self still a noob lol. 

You can't really teach a person how to do this, its mostly learned from trail and error. The most you can teach is how to sew your own patterns, but I don't give my patterns out. 
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TsukiOhkami Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2013  Student General Artist
Ok, I understand. :) Thank you though. Is there any good starting pointers you could give a fellow noob? Maybe not on how to sew or even make a plush, but any suggestions on certain types of projects I should start on to get a better feel for how to construct a plush? My biggest issue is making pieces that go together properly to get the desired shape I need.
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VengefulSpirits Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I do my patterns on the computer, I guess it wouldn't hurt to make a tutorial about that sometime using the basics :3
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TsukiOhkami Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2013  Student General Artist
If it wouldn't be too much trouble, that would be absolutely amazing. :XD: 
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