She doesn't have any wires in her legs in reality she would never be able to stand. Every time I watch Celestia walk around in the show I kinda go: ........... any time now she's going to trip, break her legs in two different places whilst all the other ponies scream in terror.... I have her legs packed VERY tight. It was hard because they were so so so small. I'm thinking it would be easier if she were bigger. ^^b
I think the same thing when I watch real horses run. Their legs are so skinny. The stuffing would definitely be easier the bigger you go, but not so much the standing due to the non-linear weight increase... this is probably about as good as it gets, since any smaller might become impossible to stuff with anything but beanie filler, which wouldn't support the curves.
Oh my... I never realized that ACTUAL horse have skinny legs too O.x Now I will never be able to look past that!How in the world do they run or walk or anything? hahaha and um, I shall have to see about that -stares intently at tiny Celestia whilst attempting to picture how a larger one would work-
...Dude...That was a rude comment. Really rude. It felt like you were accusing =KarasuNezumi as a thief. No good artist liked to be called a thief.
I understood that it wasn't your intention, but please, don't make that type of comment to anyone else again. It's extremely insulting, and not only that, belittling one's skills. No one deserved that. Also, your comment can be taken as if you were comparing one artist's work to another too. Another thing that some folks may not like also.
=KarasuNezumi is extremely talented, and so I don't think she deserved that sort of comments, no matter how offhand-ish/random it was. :s
Honestly I don't understand why people freak out so much over copying fanart... aren't we already copying Hasbro's character designs anyway? And in the case of show-accurate plushies, there are only so many ways to accurately produce the shapes in fabric.
By looking at a side way picture of Princess Celestia from the show, and drawing her on a poster board from that image, and then making quite a few test ponies out of cheap fabric to see if it would work, is how this plushie was made. I did not study pictures of another artist plushie and attempt to copy them in anyway.
Yeah um to be honest you might want to be careful with making comments like that though. It seemed as if you were implying that I literally took snap shots of another persons art work in a attempt to copy their unique style. It was a bit rude to be honest, although I wasn't sure if I should tell you or not. The work that went into making this plushie look as show accurate as possible dealt with me using a actual picture of Celestia taken from the show. The idea that I would ever, ever, ever take a picture of another artist hard work and copy it makes me upset, Tellab.
Gosh I knew you did but for some reason it just came out differently in words X_X I just HAD to say something. I was trying not to but I had to cause it was bugging me a super lot. It's perfectly fine though, really. Really, really, really and yes that other artists work is uniquely amazing too.
Nope just one as the other would never be seen nor could it ever come up because the hair is in the way. X.X I have yet to figure out how to place the mane in a way that allows the other ear to be seen. Of course I could give the plush the other ear easily if the person wanted that but they would still never be able to see it... O.o;