Parasaurolophus plush. I was asked to make a Parasaurolophus plush based on a young boy(future paleontologist)’s favorite dinosaur model. I am a big fan of Parasaurolophus and the person requesting is incredibly kind, so of course I was more than willing to give it a try. It turned out pretty cute! A little more as though the dino model had gone on a diet…and its legs could no longer support itself, but it is still more than willing to be a bed time snuggle pal. Dinosaurs don’t need to stand all the time anyways. It’s just showing off really ;)
Ammonite keychains. A little peek (a peek just because I was too lazy to document more of the process) of the creation of my new Ammonite keychains. I hope to carry these as constant items in my Etsy shop like the Eurypterid keychains. All of these have sold already, but hopefully I’ll have a chance to make more soon!
The inspiration and the resulting plush (keychain). This was my first introduction to the weird and wonderful Walliserops Trilobite. I have since made them into full size plushes and even scarves.
Eurypterids! In keychain form. I love making these as I get a chance to use some of the millions (not really millions) of scraps that I create while making bigger things. These are also some of the most simple items for me to make and therefore the least expensive items I have floating around in my Etsy shop. Some color combinations more than others appear to have Krusty the Clown hair. Maybe that’s just me, though.
Ohh the days when I had a decent amount of items in my Etsy store (seen in my fancy schmancy storage bin)….
The recipient says I won Christmas! They love it! Thank you!!!!
- Love the feedback I received on a custom Opabinia