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Color changing amulet. Made mostly from polymer clay. The light comes from an Adafruit Neopixel, which is controlled by an Adafruit Gemma board, which is running a program I wrote.

Very light and unique. I’m personally rather happy with how it turned out.

Available in my store. ($40 US)


Owlbear promises not to hug you to death. This one was a bit of a change of pace since it is modeled on traditional teddy bear shapes so it can stand and sit like one. Bottom half is minky while the top half is a faux fur that I love.

Available in my store. ($50 US)

More plush monsters.


How can one make a Groot and not also a baby Groot?

Available in my store. ($20 US)


Groot figurine now available in my store. ($20 US)


Very quick camera phone picture of a little sculpt that I finished today.

I’ll be offering this little Groot in my store soon. This is also the sort of sculpture you would receive for supporting me via Patreon.


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Individual post for the Displacer Beast that I made.

More Plush Monsters


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Here is the pony I was working on in action. I’m really happy with how she turned out.

I’m always terrible at making movie things, but I try.

I really love working with what is generally called “e-textiles” basically electronic things that can be added to items you wear, or in this case stuffed animals. Here we have a Flora, an accelerometer, and some Neo Pixels all from Adafruit attached to the mane for this pony. The final step was to add an outer layer of tulle and organza.

Now to finish off the rest of her.

When a friend was over the other day for a sewing day we were commiserating over hating having to deal with needles as you sew. That reminded me that I had seen magnetic critters that were made for helping hand embroidery folks. And that at the time I thought that I could maybe make my own out of Sculpey. And so I made this guy. Here’s a before baking picture and after baking, paint detailing, and glazing.

To magnetize it I got some of the super strong magnets from the hardware store and put them in the dragon’s belly once everything was done. I used foil for the core initially.

Stuffed beholder with eye stalks that can be adjusted.

This project sat on the sidelines for a little while when I started it and found that attaching two pieces of armature to an X connector without the special pliers hurt my hands pretty bad. I had some spots where I had scrapped the top few layers of skin off. Then the pliers I wanted were back ordered. But then they finally arrived.

I’m rather pleased with the results.

Now for something a little different.

I don’t know about you, but I love dragons. I love the dragons from How to Train Your Dragon. I jumped at the chance to design and make a hat that is inspired by them. So I give you this completely minky hat. It even has a full lining inside so you see no yucky edges. I’m really happy with how they turned out.

Get one for yourself here:

So I’ve been making lots of ponies.

I have yet to photograph the simple AJ, Pinkie Pie, Rainbow Dash, and Fluttershy I just made.