So I apologize if my last post sounded kinda flexy after the game disappeared from Artix's website. It's true though. I have made PVP plushies years ago and I've been wanting to make more really soon. It was just bad timing for the game to get officially removed for me to want to tell you that. Oh, and this whole post isn't about my apology. It's mainly about what I've wanted to share since it's now a better time to do so.
But before I go there, I would like to point out that Artix, which knew some of its games, like PVP, ran on Flash, may have decided to keep PVP up for people to play until Flash died. It doesn't seem like a coincidence that they removed the game from their website after Flash shut down over a month prior.
Anyway, it's time to show you what I've created and collected with Pony Vs Pony! I never got to share them here, so here you go! https://ponyvspony.fandom.com/wiki/User:SuKanzoo#Gallery This link leads to my profile page in the new Pony Vs Pony wiki. In its gallery, you'll find all of my PVP plushies, both custom-ordered by Budsies and homemade by me; as well as mostly fanart for my scrapped project. Let's focus on the plushies for now. Clicking them will link you to their DeviantART posts where I originally uploaded them. The posts of their pictures there are bigger, since I had to upload them small on Fandom due to size limitations, and includes descriptions of them, although at least some of them may be old.
Budsies has done a good job with a lot of these plushies even when I didn't send them a lot of template details at first since I was new with ordering from them, but sometimes, even with plenty of details given, they miss their mark on at least some of them. Cosmic Starlight Wander was my first Budsie and I was very pleased with it! It's face wasn't made to be looked at directly since I only sent a side view, but I'm not upset by that. Lord Mr. Knight, however, was made so badly, but they redeemed themselves when I had them remake it (only charging me $50). Others have lied somewhere in the middle or next to the bullseye. As a whole, I'm mostly satisfied with what they made me. If you want to order characters as Budsies, expect them to be hit or miss, and if you don't like what they made you, I won't blame you since it does feel like a gimmick to make you pay extra for the Sneak Peek feature. To help with that, I'll post my referral link so you'll get 10% off the Budsie you'll order. Just make sure you're on Budsies' website after getting directed there from the link:
As for the plushies I've made, when I was new with plush making, creating simple character designs like MagiPets was the perfect way to go. Very simple, no torsos, lots of different designs, and of course, adorable! Cutesy Cupcake was a struggle for me since she was the third plush I've made, the first plush I used a sewing machine to help me make, and that there were a lot of round shapes to put together which made it much harder. Of course, I got better at sewing as time went on, but it can still be a nightmare when you want to make them perfectly. I have yet to make any MagiPony plushies, but as proven by some advanced character designs I've made, like a different kind of pony that's nearly 40 inches tall, I'm now ready!
There's at least one other MagiPony OC I've been wanting to have. For the pets, this time, I'm going to make two of my OCs. Yup. If you don't know, unless you haven't clicked the link yet, my gallery includes a sheet of MagiPets that I made myself (except the faces) and I'm going to create a couple of them as plushies! I'll dive more into them and which ones I'll make... next time.
PS: I know, I misspelled "Template" in some of the Budsie blueprints.
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