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Plushie Pattern Tutorial by NataliaSerrano Plushie Pattern Tutorial by NataliaSerrano
many people are asking for pattens and tutorials, i dont share my patterns but this is the way i make them.

this is my first tutorial
im not sure if everything is clear, if you have any doubt just ask me

let me know if you used this tutorial, and how your plushie turn out :D
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The suggester states "Simple and understandable explanation for something that sounds so difficult to the untrained hand. Personally, for me it is the most useful tutorial I've found this year!" Plushie Pattern Tutorial by ~NataliaSerrano ( Suggested by SarlyneART and Featured by Elandria )
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quasiarti Sep 13, 2013
I'll be looking everywhere fr a way to a plushie head fr a doll with a cute nose (like pupkachoo's armature dollies) and I think this it's the stuff I need tp create the heads I'm envisioning....
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NataliaSerrano Sep 15, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
:D
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PsychoKay Aug 9, 2013  Student General Artist
If you were to make a small version of what you want to plush and then enlarge your pieces, would that work?
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NataliaSerrano Aug 9, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
yes, but this is better if you are going to make a really big plushie, and make the pattern in a medium size model, if you make the pattern too small  you may lose detail or end with a weird final product.
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PsychoKay Aug 9, 2013  Student General Artist
I'll keep that in mind. Most of the detail can be planned out after the body is done. It's a giant lump pretty much! :D

Thank you for the answer! :3
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This is AWESOME. Thanks for making such a great tutorial!
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Thank you so much!I have been looking for ages for a realistic octopus pattern, now I can make one.
Is regular tape ok or is it important to use masking tape (and why)?
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NataliaSerrano Jul 24, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
i think masking tape is better to draw the lines, but you can use any kind of tape
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Seiren-hime Jun 17, 2013
Thank you for this tutorial!! This is exactly what I was looking for!
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ReckDesigns May 11, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
OMG, so easy thanks for share.. :3
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