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Kirara Plushie Pattern by Free-Falling Kirara Plushie Pattern by Free-Falling
Ok! So, a friend of mine wanted to make a kirara plushie from the TV show Inuyasha. Having made a dragon plushie recently and being in a 3D lighting/Rendering class that's heavy on UV Mapping I thought this would be a great use of my time! Patterns for plushies are essentially UV Maps! =D After all, aren't plushies 3D art?

This is the first run, and we're gonna test it on some cheap felt. THIS IS NOT YET FINISHED!!! If you print this pattern and get something wonky I accept no responsibility. >3>""
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:iconlavaroar:
I don't mean to be rude but where's the eyes?
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Free-Falling 2 days ago  Professional General Artist
This is a WIP and I don't have the time to complete it. That's not rude at all, no worries! But I'm afraid it's a rather bad pattern... ^^; I'm sorry!
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:iconjessyknight89:
Hello I have already read all the previous comments and I took notes on how the head is mounted, as I groped to sew would like to know if you can tell me how to assemble the remaining pieces, and especially that position should have finished work! thanks
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Free-Falling Feb 14, 2013  Professional General Artist
Again, as I've mentioned before, I have given up on this pattern. Feel free to do as you like with it. The head was supposed to mount facing forward but I'm not sure how it would actually fit all things considering.
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:iconjessyknight89:
ok thanks I'll try anyway XD
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:iconmatty4z:
how do they go together/
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Free-Falling Feb 13, 2013  Professional General Artist
As I've said many times in the comments, this is a work in progress that is likely never to be finished. I'm more concern now with finding employment than testing patterns.

There is also a post in the comments that say what all the numbers mean if you'd like to try to alter it yourself.
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:iconmatty4z:
my bad V_V
il try see how it goes....
im...not all that smart
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SierraSweet Feb 2, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Tell me how it turned out! :)
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:iconthat-red-panda:
When u finish this plz let me know, I would love to try it out
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