Thank you so much for all your positive feedback! It means so much to me!
Wooo I am back! It’s been so long since my last pony plush. This time I decided to make another Princess Luna with an updated pattern, and I am very happy with how she turned out.
I spent over 250 hours working on this.
Luna stands 38 inches tall at the top of her horn, and is 51 inches long. She weighs about 13 pounds and is made from Shannon cuddle 3 fabric. Her mane has about 1500 rhinestones all attached by hand! Her eyes and cutie marks are machine embroidered.
Yes that is me holding the plushHey Folks! No complaining about the starting price of the pony; the price is calculated based on the cost of materials and the amount of work (over 250 hours!) it took. Any comments complaining about the price will be deleted.
I would cut off my hands with my feet if I had to do that. Holy what the crap. You're dedicated to your craft!!
Beyond amazing job on this. She's beautiful!
lol cute! naw I am broke atm
I make a huge Celestia btw(she is a little bigger...hope can stablize her legs only are 39 inches just a little info how huge she will be) ...
perhaps IF I ever have spare bit's I make a huge Luna too
I see loads of ppl make plushies! YAY!
Yes to buy fabric is expensive and... idk any good online fabric shops import tax is so much derp....shops here do not sell minky or other kinds.. they only have fleece :Lderppp...
Carry on! Great job!
Proportions are great - I especially love her head for some reason. It seems more in tune with her body's size, which can tend to go wonky when the plushie is larger. And the expression on her face is just Luna to a T. Congratulations on the updated pattern! I cannot imagine the hours it must have taken to make her look so on point. The wings are just delightful - very lovely pattern work there.
THOSE RHINESTONES. Beautiful, beautiful work. I know every one was attached with love. You can tell when someone is in love with what they do - I believe it is that quality that we just *can't* comment on because it is that added to the perfection of the art without knowing it and yet shines through indiscernible and indescribable to the eye. But you feel the heart in the work. That is the emotion you get just looking at the mane and tail joined to the body - that you truly are looking at a representation of the night's sky.
Congratulations on the sale! I know it must have been hard parting with her after such work. And she is certainly worth the price and much more. Thank you for sharing her pictures and for being so dedicated to your art. Sublime work!