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Albino Microraptor by Rayaya
Albino Microraptor
First finished plush of 2015, though I actually started it way back in September then didn't touch it for months.

This little fluffy dinosaur is about 45cm long, made with white fur and minky and partly filled with beans. As you can see I put pipe cleaners in her arms so she is able to grab things with her hands, and dangle from things if you hook her fingers. She can also fold her wings quite well. The feather patterns on her wings and tail were easy to do with a sewing machine! Love this machine.
Her tail also came out with an odd twist in it, it always twists round to the right. Sometimes it can be hard to keep long straight pieces lined up when machine sewing them! I guess she probably won't be able to glide well.
Rayshiraza by Rayaya
Since I combined two of my friend's favourite legendary Pokemon, I did the same for myself. Here's a fusion of Rayquaza and Reshiram. It's kinda pretty and minty.
ArtiQrem by Rayaya
I've been doodling a lot of things in paint with the new tablet I got for my birthday!
Here is a fusion of Articuno and Kyurem I drew for my friend. The capital Q is a very important part of its spelling. It looks a little suspicious of something.
Smokehound by Rayaya
It's Halloween so I figured I'd draw something a little spooky! Ghostly smoky slobbery demon dog here. I started drawing it in a lecture today instead of taking notes (it's ok, I don't think it was very important).
But yeah that was quite fun doing all that smoke shading. Not something I've tried much before. The side of my hand is all grey now oops.
Ink by Rayaya
Similar to the last thing, but - 2 eyes and + 2 ears. Her name is Ink, and she has a very neon green eye. Did you know that black + neon green is one of my favourite colour combos?

This one is made from minky instead of fleece. Really made me realise how much less stretchy minky is. I used the same pattern as before, but due to being less stretchy fabric this one ended up a bit skinnier looking with a smaller head. This one also is partially stuffed with beans, so is floppier than the grey thing. However I decided I also liked having them able to stand up on their feet, so I added some stiff wires to her legs so she can stand whilst still being quite floppy. Again there is also a pipe cleaner in the tail tip so it can hold onto stuff.

I like this pattern! I should make more things with it. (It would also be fairly easy to adapt into a nadder from HTTYD, hmmmm.)


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Raikou-K-9 Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
haPy birth
sinistertale Featured By Owner Sep 8, 2013  Student Photographer
Would you do commissions for axolotl plushies?
I saw the one you made, and I'm in love!
Barkisawrusawr Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2013
i love the design for pawface, it's something i've never seen before and it's really enjoyable, keep up with the good work!
BaileyNickerson Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2013  Student General Artist
Thanks so much for sharing your plush patterns with everyone. Thats very awesome of you :3
jas1551 Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2013
i need your axoltle teddys i love them were can i buy them from !!!
rocketman1728 Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2012
everthing~ great~ :3
Rayaya Featured By Owner Aug 17, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you!
rocketman1728 Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2012
X3 well your a good artist~ :3
SNOWBlRD Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2012

i'm really suprised you aren't more popular omg

you really make me want to sew even though i have no talent at all aaaah !
PhantomSunsSong Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2012  Student Writer
Ah, your plushes are so cute! I've recently gotten into plush making, and looking at your gallery has inspired me to really try to design more of my own things! Also, the idea of using fleece rather than plain fabric is really helpful.
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