If I were to make her, she'd be in a realistic style. Something like this I'd only have as 100 dollar commission, though my commissions have been slow since I've been in small animal surgery so it might be a month to a month and a half before she's finished.
It takes a while for me to craft and I have a few commissions already. Is this ok?
I made this plush years ago, and I don't keep the patterns because of the state they are in after use... Posting patterns is difficult for me and requires extra work, and so far I haven't really been happy with what people have done with the posted patterns I did put up a while ago, so I am discouraged from pasting.
I am glad some people do go through the work to do so, but when I do, I tend to be asked for an explicit tutorial and so forth about how to put it together, and it ends up being a big time commitment for me when I currently have a very busy life...
This is amazing XD i had one like this but of a jack rabbit ( not of yours i am sure) that i had bought from a thift shop and fooled my mom so freaking bad into thinking it was real. It had the fur and everything the same size and all it was so funny. I had it sitting in the middle of my moms two magnolia bushes and she walked slowly to it thinking it was alive and came in the house and saw my brother and sister and my self busting out laughing,my dad even got a laugh out of it when he got home
Thank you. I loved making him, because I had a rabbit just like that (with black markings around her eyes), as a child. I thought I nailed the coloring well in this case, but I feel a bit bad that I didn't get the best quality white faux fur in time to make him with that..because that would have made him more awesome and lifelike.