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Paleo by MagnaStorm Paleo by MagnaStorm
The final addition to the Aywas.com series, (Sushi) Paleo!

Like him? He may be commercially produced! However for this to happen, some funds need to be raised. It takes $2000 to get a plush mass-produced, so if 100 people pre-ordered one for $20 he'd be funded in no time! This plush series is not quite ready for pre-orders yet but stay tuned for more info, I'll post about this as soon that I have more details myself such as where and how to pre-order him and his friends.I'm not responsible for their funding and production, my client is. I'm just the artist! But I do know there will be a Kickstarter once they're ready to go
**note about mass-production: They will be produced by a factory, not by me. My prices for one of a kind plushies still hold as detailed in my Plush price chart **


Paleo is 8" tall(he stands a little taller than the others since he's standing on his back legs), is made out of minky and features tons of machine embroidered details.

Aywas series:
1-Chiro 2- Bumble 3-Melo 4-Manticore 5-Lunaris 6-Paleo

not for sale
commissions are currently full
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SpyroOandOcynder Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I got a question if it's alright c:
How do you make those eyes? or do you order it somewhere?
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MagnaStorm Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
The eyes are machine embroidered :)
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SpyroOandOcynder Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
i see, is it like a machine that does it automatic?
And do you know where i can get one? c:
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MagnaStorm Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
Yup, you need a software to convert your image file to a format the machine can read then it works pretty much on its own like this: www.youtube.com/watch?v=f2nu8x… . I use Stitch Era for that, which is $100 per year
Your best bet would probably be to visit a local sewing machine retailer to see what's available to you. Though note that the machines themselves are pretty expensive, the larger the embroidery area the more expensive the machine gets. Most machines start around $1000 for a 4x4 inches embroidery area (that's the size in the video above) and they can go quite high. Brothers embroidery machines are the cheapest on the market and they start at $500 I think, but I've also recently been hearing about people having problems with them, to the point of having to purchase a new machine after 2-3 years only while my mother's Baby Lock shown above and my own are still running smoothly after the same amount of time. 
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SpyroOandOcynder Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
ah, i see.
Can they make very detailed pieces or do you have to keep it very smal detailed and not much "blending" or what i'm gonna call it?
And now i know that the cheapes won't last long o.O thanks :D
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MagnaStorm Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
You can be as detailed as you want, some people like Nazegoreng even figured out how to do gradients! 
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Nazegoreng Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
:hug:
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SpyroOandOcynder Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
ah, thanks you :D
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warf12 Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2013
This is my fav out of the set :D
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EyepatchNinja Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2013
Amazing! Love it! :) 
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