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Toothless Plush #5: Pushing the Limit by Super3dcow Toothless Plush #5: Pushing the Limit by Super3dcow
Here it finally is, the last of the 3 Toothless' I started making back in December 2011.

This is the first Toothless plush 100% made by me. The only thing I wasn't doing with the other plushies was painting the eyes, and I decided it was time I tackled it myself.

I made my own paint brush composed of 5 cat whiskers, shown in the bottom middle picture, to create super thin streaks on the eyes for increased detail. Not bad for my first pair of eyes ever I think.

As you can see, this head is the most accurate I've made so far. This is also the first time I gave him his little nose by tying a small thread on the inside. Finally got his horns to stay down too. That was a problem with my last two plushies made of the same fabric, it's just so fluffy I couldn't get them to stay down.

I went through and color corrected the images this time so they are all balanced, and that the eye is the same color as it looks in real life. The unfinished eye is so blue because the polyurethane adds a pretty strong yellow tint that makes the blues turn green. I ended up adding mostly green layers after that blue anyway, so that's not what the final eye color looked like before spraying.

Yes, I know you would like to have him, but I'm sorry, he is already sold to :iconx-aviensky-x:
. He's been sold since last year, when I was getting offers on him before I even started. I won't be making another one to sell for a while, as I have special plans for the next one or 2. After that we will see.

Oops, left a fingerprint on the eye in the photo.

I would love to hear what you have to say about him.

Other Toothless Plushes I've made:
#1 - [link]
#2 - [link]
#3 - [link]
#4 - [link]
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snaughto Featured By Owner 23 hours ago  New member
Would you be willing to give out the plush pattern for him? Or maybe a small tutorial?
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speedwe Featured By Owner 6 days ago  New member
how hard were the eyes? Are they super thin or relatively thick? Thanks for your time
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Madskull00 Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2014
How did you make the wings?
They look awesome!
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LauraDragon666 Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2014  New member
How did you do the eyes? I don't know how to do mine! and anybody sell them!! Paint the eye isn't the problem, I don't know where buy or made the material where you paint on!!!
I'm scared of sew a monster of toothless... Please help me!!! :(
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Coraline12345 Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
How do you make the eyes!? :D So adorable!!! I'm making one and want eyes like these but I don't know how to make them. :/ Could you give me some pointers, or anything? :D
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Super3dcow Featured By Owner Sep 27, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
The clay eyes are pretty easy. Just a matter of molding clay on a ball, cooking it, and then sanding it into shape. Lots of sanding.
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Coraline12345 Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Hmmm... I saw your video on Youtube of your Toothless plushie. XD It's so amazing! I don't think I could ever make one that good. :/ I'm not that gifted in working with clay... so I might just make them out of fabric.
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Ovidiu-Hiei Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2014
do you share pattern?
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Toothless521 Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
it is soo good that I  love it!
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KrystalAnne Featured By Owner Jul 28, 2014
your such an inspiration, Ill be making my 3rd, but all my Toothlesses are different designs each time, and i don't use patterns so they are all unique! The eyes are amazing! Id love to have a painted set of eyes by you! Such talent! keep up the good work!
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