Yeah, I know, it's been a while. (Hello, new people! Hello, old people! Hello... people that somehow fit into neither category!) But before I get to the desperate and obvious pimping of products, let me assure everyone that I've still been managing to snag a figure or two. (And here's your NSFW warning for pretty much everything on my toy appreciation site.) Dissidia Trading Arts Sephiroth finally managed to find his way onto my shelf.
And brought Firion along with him.
I even got my first and more than likely only Vinylmation figure. (My annoyance in there not being a decent commercially available Tron action figure has by this point become legendary with quite a few people.)
And now for the explanation of what I've been doing since... October-ish. I mean, yeah, there were other things here and there, but mostly my specialty for Artists' Alley at Anime Boston: crocheted chocobos. Well, they're kinda plush and kinda figures, right? You will want to click for the bigger picture. You really will. If only to tell me whether Cloud looks like he's sobbing or guarding his face from hungry chocobo chicks. All of the chicks will be "blind egged". ...Which is like blind boxed, but in eggs! Brilliant, right? You can take a look at all of the "regular-sized" chocobos here, each with their own name and personality. (With some shiny things in the mix, since I'm usually making geeky jewelry.)
What do I do when I get to the end of several months worth of chocobo-making and have about a month left until the actual convention? Why, I hand-sew a bunch of dragons from velvet and brocade with gemstone accents, of course. Makes sense.
Just thought plush appreciators might like to see. And once I recover and forget/repress just how long it took me to do everything, chocobos and Muse Dragons will be available to buy and/or commission through the wonders of the internet. But if anyone happens to be going to Anime Boston, feel free to drop by the Artists' Alley, tables 67 cd & 68 a. And please don't tell me what's in the Dealer's Room. I'd like to keep some profit for things other than toys. ...Maybe.
(I'll get back to the "Tomopop Made Me Do it" Cockasaurus eventually. Mostly because it's taking up a lot of shelf space. Which shouldn't be as funny as I find it to be.)
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