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File: dbc63cda58edd8e⋯.jpg (19.64 KB, 329x439, 329:439, 1499941290864.jpg)

 No.61919

Didn't see any plush threads anywhere

 No.61920

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Obligatory


 No.62037

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 No.62038

Fuck that's creepy.


 No.62044

>>62038

I don't know, I find it strangely hot.

It's pathetic, but, for some reason, still pushes a boner.


 No.62047

File: 072929d512e9cc0⋯.jpg (1.08 MB, 3482x1753, 3482:1753, 1482250886770.jpg)

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 No.62048

>>62047

"Artisan Crafts", yes, those are very precision sculpted fat asses..


 No.62057

>>62047

>That pink cat

>Has an ass three times as wide as her waist

I know cartoons typically exaggerate female anatomy, but mother of FUCK is that retarded looking. It's like they transplanted the ass of a huge black woman onto the body of a skinny five-year-old.


 No.62059

>>62047

stop making me want shitty fucking plushes


 No.62065

File: 1530e63ec198103⋯.jpg (49.36 KB, 470x706, 235:353, latest.jpg)

>>62047

Also, with a bit of research, that Shima plush is 36", and from the described difficulty she says she had making it I'll figure it tops out her price range at 5000 AUD, or just shy of $4000 USD.

Quite an investment.


 No.62068

File: 2dc3bc773814d09⋯.jpg (165.17 KB, 800x800, 1:1, a74f823966c39be805c5f55305….jpg)

>>62047

T-that's a lot of fox...


 No.62074

>>62065

Sure does look like four thousand dollars in quality


 No.62079

File: 143f04744d2ef3c⋯.png (131.09 KB, 428x494, 214:247, 20180121_014507.png)

I want a plush dragon waifu in my harem


 No.62082

>>62065

When shit gets that pricey I always wonder why people don’t just learn to do this stuff themselves. I bet it wouldn’t take to long to learn at all with the right resources.


 No.62085

File: 7ee288980044d56⋯.jpg (197.07 KB, 1024x768, 4:3, flamedramon_digimon_giant_….jpg)

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 No.62087

File: 7185e948ffad3f2⋯.png (633.1 KB, 475x788, 475:788, sit.png)

>>62082

Some artist do them for relatively cheap, just got to keep looking.

Got this dude done for 250 with shipping


 No.62088

>>62082

Because it looks like shit unless you devote years to it? Surely we've all seen the photos of homemade fursuits


 No.62092

>>62088

Thing is with plushes all you need is a pattern and knowledge of how to sew.


 No.62094

File: 1d423262e1d4ed8⋯.jpg (340.06 KB, 1200x1600, 3:4, plushie.jpg)

>>62092

>Thing is with piano all you need is sheet music and knowledge of how to press keys.


 No.62096

>>62094

I know you're trying to be clever, but "knowledge of how to press keys" is a simplified yet accurate way of describing the technical ability of playing a piano, just how "knowledge of how to sew" is an accurate way of...describing exactly what it says.


 No.62100

File: 08e3b0e5ed4bd66⋯.jpg (66.93 KB, 736x588, 184:147, 99bde266eb078d003564003690….jpg)

>>62094

>>62096

Also that is crochet, an arguably much harder and a longer process.


 No.62103

>>62096

That's exactly my point, dipshit. People don't acquire "knowledge of how to sew" on their first try.


 No.62106

>>62103

>People don't acquire "knowledge of how to sew" on their first try.

I can't disagree with you, because that isn't what I was implying.


 No.62110

>>62106

Well what the hell WERE you implying? Because I'm not in the mood to play 20 questions with you. Make it clear.

To recap: >>62088 said:

>Because it looks like shit unless you devote years to it

You >>62092 replied:

>Thing is with plushes all you need is a pattern and knowledge of how to sew.

ARE YOU OR ARE YOU NOT IMPLYING THAT "KNOWLEDGE OF HOW TO SEW" TAKES A TRIVIAL AMOUNT OF TIME TO LEARN?

Is it so hard to believe some people would rather make a large one-time purchase like this than learn a whole new skill?


 No.62117

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>>62088

>>62092

>>62094

That's why I said you need the right resources. I think a lot of the reasons you end up with nightmare fuel stuff is because you think "oh, I'll just jump in and learn from experience" and never taking the time to track down videos or tutorials that teach you the foundational knowledge of the craft you want to master to build upon. Of course, finding the right resources can be a challenge in and of itself.

I would imagine making a plushie would be difficult though, but probably no harder than gitting proficient at drawing or sculpting...


 No.62142

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 No.62149

>>62117

>but probably no harder than gitting proficient at drawing or sculpting...

People don't put in the many hours to get proficient at drawing or sculpting either when they want a single job done and can afford it.

What exactly about the concept of commissioned artwork don't you understand?


 No.62155

>>62149

The part where people are willing to spend 200+ dollars multiple times on stuffed animals they could be making themselves. I figure at a certain point you could be developing a skill rather than wasting your resources, especially if it’s something you really like and want multiples of.


 No.62156

>>62155

And mind you I’m not saying it’s something you have to do, just that it’s something worth considering.


 No.62157

>>62155

200+ dollars is nothing to the Togepi1125s of the world. Wherever someone values their time over their money, there will be a market for commissions.

It's not difficult to understand. When you say "I always wonder why", do you really mean you are unable to think of a reason why? I suspect you know very well WHY they do it and that's just a weasel word for disapproving of their choices.


 No.62159

>>62157

The “why” could be a good number of reasons, personally I think for most people it’s a fear to start, sort of like putting a pencil to blank paper or having a block of clay set in front of you. They may not “want” to, but like I said, if you like them that much I think it’s at least worth giving a go to see if it’s something you’re interested in...plus the big reason is I think a creative hobby of some sort is good for people. A little time creating something a day can do some good for the soul. It’s relaxing and can be pretty satisfying.


 No.62160

Somewhat related, but what do you think of collecting furry figurines?


 No.62161

>>62159

On a side note, I don’t think this would really hurt the commission scene either. There was one artist I met on here who got okay at drawing to get commissions so he could commission better artists. I imagine the same would happen with plushies.

>>62160

I’d be into it but all the ones I would buy are always sold at those small Japanese conventions.


 No.62163

>>62157

>Wherever someone values their time over their money

Well, see that's the thing. Everyone should be doing this. Even if your labor were only worth $10/hr, if the damn plush takes you 20 hours to make, factoring in all the lessons and practice, then it's cost you $200 anyway. Thing is, after that small amount of time, there is no way it's going to be as good as something you can buy for that price.


 No.62168

>>62163

But you are factoring the potential therapeutic nature as well as the knowledge and profitability of the hobby. Say you give it a try and end up enjoying the craft, you set a quality goal to avoid nightmare fuel and after a few go’s at it(with tutorials/books/videos as reference) not only are you able to make your own plushies at that point but turn around and sell some for that same $200 you could then use to buy somebody else’s you like. It may take a while to git gud so devote a little time to it a day if you find it being something you enjoy.

And again, this all comes back to how much you like plushies and if you actually end up enjoying the craft, but I’d say there are people in this thread who should give it a go.


 No.62197

>>62161

>>62159

>>62168

AND THEY DON'T FUCKING WANT TO. THAT IS WHY.

IF YOU STILL DON'T UNDERSTAND WHY, THEN YOU CAN PERSONALLY ASK THEM WHY.


 No.62204

>>62197

>getting this triggered over a conversation

nigga, be real... do you have actual autism?


 No.62207

>>62204

It is you who can't accept that other people make different choices from you.

>I don't understand why other people don't do X

>They don't want to do X

>Yeah but I would do X

>And they wouldn't

>But why though, X is better

>You would have to ask them, not me

>But why don't they do X


 No.62210

>>62207

I think you need to reread my posts. You’re sperging our over literally nothing.


 No.62224

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 No.62236

>>62210

>When shit gets that pricey I always wonder why people don’t just learn to do this stuff themselves. I bet it wouldn’t take to long to learn at all with the right resources.

>I always wonder why people don’t just learn to do this stuff themselves.

>I always wonder why people don’t just learn to do this stuff themselves.

>I always wonder why people don’t just learn to do this stuff themselves.

People don’t just learn to do this stuff themselves because they don't want to. What is so difficult to understand? They don't want to. That is the reason.

You can preach to them all day and night, but they're not interested. The action of sewing does not bring them joy, therefore they are not motivated to put in the many hours of practice required to master a skill.


 No.62252

>>62236

You keep wanting to go back to my first post and ignore my others for some reason.

My most basic stance is

>if they like something that much they should try it themselves at some point

And yours is

<no they shouldn’t


 No.62255

>>62252

That is not my point at all. I never said they shouldn't. I said they don't want to, and that is WHY they don't do it. My most basic stance is:

Bullshit, you don't wonder WHY they don't learn to do this stuff themselves, you know exactly WHY they don't learn to do it, and it's because they don't want to.

Perhaps you are correct and it is objectively true that they SHOULD try it once, but you said "I always wonder why", as if you didn't know the reason for their choice, and you said "just learn to do this stuff themselves", as if you thought practicing a skill to professional level was a trivial task.

>if they like something that much

If you like driving a car, does it make sense that you would want to build a car by hand from steel ingots? You might, but most people prefer to buy a car that's already built. Do you understand WHY that is the case?

>they should try it themselves at some point

How do you know they didn't? Maybe some people did try it themselves, or they've tried sewing in the past for some other purpose, and they didn't enjoy it enough to practice the skill. That is WHY they don't do it.

If you don't enjoy doing something, and you have to chant to yourself "only 9999 agonizing hours of practice to go before I git gud" to force yourself through it, you'll never succeed.

You didn't respond to my post here: >>62110


 No.62260

>>62255

>equating making a plush to building a car

On a side note though, all my friends who really enjoy driving their vehicles do work on their own, they may not build them but they do put they did put time into learning how to repair them.

your last point is completely worthless and I addressed it earlier. Either you’re skimming or you aren’t reading. I said people should give it a try going in with the right resources and if they don’t like it then at least they gave it a shot. We’re going in circles at this point.

Also, that post “I didn’t reply to” wasn’t directed at me. I think you are getting me mixed up with other people.

I seriously think you should take a minute and assess what you’re getting angry about and who you are getting angry at because this is becoming a huge waste of time. This’ll be my last response on the topic with you as we’ve hit an impasse.


 No.62262

>>62260

>I said people should give it a try going in with the right resources and if they don’t like it then at least they gave it a shot.

I never said they shouldn't. I said they don't want to. Not even "with the right resources". If they're not interested, they're just not interested.

Are you aware there is a difference between "try it once" and "practice it for many hours until at professional skill level"?

You said:

>When shit gets that pricey I always wonder why people don’t just learn to do this stuff themselves. I bet it wouldn’t take to long to learn at all with the right resources.

You said "learn to do", implying they should learn to make plushies of the same quality as a professional. You did not say "give it a try". The word "try" does not appear. That was backpedalling on your part.


 No.62276

>>62260

>I said people should give it a try going in with the right resources and if they don’t like it then at least they gave it a shot.

Please tell me your definition of "a try" and "a shot".

Assuming you've never made a plushie from scratch before, how many plushies would you need to make as PRACTICE before you reach a level of skill to make a complex and flawless one like >>62037 >>62047 >>62085 >>62087 ? At least a hundred, right? Even with "the right resources" you agree that it would take a lot of PRACTICE, right? Maybe at the absolute best, if "the right resources" are practically magic beaming the skill into your brain, it might only take fifty or sixty failures before one success. And when you're making the first ten or twenty plushies of your life, you're just learning the fundamentals, the baby steps, you wouldn't even attempt to make a Lucario or Flamedramon plushie, that's too complex, too many different parts that need to be exact and you do not have that level of skill yet.

Each and every one of those practice plushies you make is a TRY, it is a SHOT, with a distinct beginning and a distinct end. You will almost certainly throw them away because they are flawed and worthless, you don't want to make them so you can have them, you just make them as a learning exercise.

When you say "give it a try" or "give it a shot" you are implying ONE TRY, as if anyone starting from zero skill, even with "the right resources", could hope to match the quality of a professional on the first try.

If you say "give it a try" when you actually mean "give it as many tries as it takes to reach that level of skill", then of course most people aren't willing to do that.

Again, here is what >>62088 said:

>Because it looks like shit unless you devote years to it?

Then you, or I'm fairly sure it was you, explicitly denied that statement:

>Thing is with plushes all you need is a pattern and knowledge of how to sew.

You are implying that making a plushie from scratch does not require any practice.


 No.62295

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 No.62302

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jesus christ, idiots will argue over anything

anyways here are some plush suits


 No.62322

>>62302

I have a pretty strong urge to grope them.


 No.62387

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>>62322

save some money and commission em


 No.62539

>>62387

Do they come with someone inside already so that I can grope him? Otherwise that might be a problem.


 No.62577

>>62539

you could hire a hooker


 No.62665

>>62577

Someone should create a fursuit/plush suit hooker service. It could be irresistible if the suits were good enough and it wouldn't matter how the person you actually fucked looked like since you wouldn't see him/her, so it'd be convenient and efficient except probably for hygiene, but not everyone into this kind of stuff care for that too much.


 No.62667

>>62665

I can see people getting a lot of warts from it.


 No.62705

File: 914e074c4b46079⋯.jpg (130.52 KB, 968x826, 484:413, braixen_by_magnastorm-d6rr….jpg)


 No.62961

File: 4b9912aa89e50f0⋯.png (318.88 KB, 345x614, 345:614, 1508932369736.png)

Is this vaporeon plush an official product? I wish to know this level of comfy for myself.


 No.62963


 No.62966

I knew what I would see when I clicked, yet still surprised.


 No.62972

File: 817d2580261f8e5⋯.png (296.22 KB, 345x614, 345:614, nigga.png)




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