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Updated silver fox pattern by VengefulSpirits Updated silver fox pattern by VengefulSpirits
Thanks for the advice on my last silver fox plushie. <3

This one is a little smaller then my the first, Its not as chubby. But it has a better face, unlike my first this one gives you adorable puppy dog eyes.

I might make one for auction, if ppl are really interested in one, not sure. ..

Also I have new plush project I can't wait to try, its not a fox but it is a canine, I'm sure some of you know what it is. ;3 The silver fabric also comes in a purple pink color I might try to get it sometime and make a purple silver fox. :la:



first silver fox

new face pattern


Sorry, I'm not giving out my pattern :C so don't ask.
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Kitta-Furen Mar 3, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist

My first thought when I saw it..."A wild Poochyena appeared!"

 

After looking at the body though, I can totally see it's a fox though.  Very cute and huggable, well done!  :D 

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Zerrinah Oct 20, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Very nice looking..i'd love to buy a silver fox plush from you.
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cute!! i love it
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ArcticIceWolf Mar 11, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I like the way you sew foxes!
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Hi. Sorry to bother you again! But I was wondering when making a pattern/casting can you make a body sculpt to help? Just wondering! Thanks for your time! Kind regards :)
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VengefulSpirits Jan 15, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
well to help me with how I do my legs, I did a sculpture out of sculpey, and then cast that little sculpture in tape. but I mostly eyeballed the body and drew it out on paper.
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Thanks. I suspected a method like this but it sounds great! I didn't know it could work like that, however, I'll give it a go! :) by eyeballed do you mean just looking at the plush and sketching the shape of the pattern? If so, the results are fab. ;)
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VengefulSpirits Jan 16, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
yep, but you might want to make some prototypes first, because it will need some adjustments.
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:iconspiritofnature101:
Okay, I will do that! :)
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Shadowhardt Nov 23, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
beautiful, where did you get that gorgeous silver fur! this is so well made!
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