MLP Custom Plush Commission: Vinyl Scratch

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October 2011

I was beyond psyched when my first order turned out to be Vinyl Scratch, one of my top favorite background ponies. Just look at how cool she is! I was so proud of her, I didn’t want to package her up and send her away. ; ^;

Mandatory listening while crafting this plush and viewing this page.

Anyway, I’m pretty pumped seeing my first order turn out so successfully and can’t wait to get started on the next ones. Keep ’em coming, people! :D

 

 

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7 Responses to “MLP Custom Plush Commission: Vinyl Scratch”

  1. sassyNpunk Says:

    wow, i can’t believe you made those! They look so authentic!

  2. Tangle Says:

    Wow! Can’t wait for my Aaries(The ninth order from now)

  3. Bridget Says:

    Aw thanks you guys!! I do really like how this one turned out, not gonna lie!

    @Tangle: I’m working my way there! XD

  4. Whitney Says:

    I love these do you have a picture of Everyone you’ve made?

    She is adorable!!!

  5. Bridget Says:

    Whitney, I’m adding photos of completed plushes as I finish them! :D

  6. Taswacc Says:

    Vinyl is my favorite pony. But her head looks kind of flat in these photos. development error or are all the plushies like this?

  7. Bridget Says:

    @Taswacc, the faces are indeed pretty flat. There’s a tiny bit of dimensionality to the head though – behind the ears is about half an inch of space (it’s totally filled up by the pony’s mane).

    In this scale, adding more pieces to the pony’s face (such as a front panel at the ‘nose’ to give more dimension to the face) starts to just look odd. D:

    These plushes are best viewed from the side. :3