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The Prince: ready to roll by zombieneko The Prince: ready to roll by zombieneko
First attempt at a Katamari Damacy felt plush toy.
As you can see, he stands 6 inches tall. The katamari is about 8 inches in diameter, and made using the amazering Ku's softie ball pattern: [link]

There are a couple spots that could use some tweaking, but generally I am quite pleased with this sassy lil' Prince c:
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SuperTako Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2010
This is so cute and well made! His little face is perfect. do his hands stick to things or how did you get his arms posed like that?
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polive Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2009
ahaha. awesome.
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quexthemyuu Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2009
OH MY GOD HOW DO I MAKE BIGGER TEXT SO I CAN PROPERLY ENUNCIATE MY AWE?!?!

O.O HOLY EVERYTHING. That is the best usage of felt ever in the entire cosmos. No bones, you say? o,O I cannot even imagine how you got him standing up. Srsly.

Can I post this on the blog, with (of course) return linkage, so that we may increase knowledge of your mad skillz + Katamari Damacy in the universe? Pretty please with sweet beans atop? :D
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zombieneko Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2009
glee! \o/ I's glad you approofe, although I gotta say I think you have done much moar better things with teh felts <3

OB COURSE YOU CAN POST IT 8D I'd be quite honored and tickled and other adjectives as well :dance:
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quexthemyuu Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2009
Pish tawsh, you are the creatrix of awesomes. ^_^ I await the birth of the brother (or sister) of your firstborn anteater!
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Redandthewolf Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2009
Oh wow! This must have taken such a long time. The details are stunning! Does the lovely price stand by himself?
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zombieneko Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2009
Thankee (n__n) It only took a while because I worked on it on-and-off for weeks; not that many hours total, I think.

And no, unfortunately he has no "bones" to speak of, only felt and stuffing. Those poses for the pictures were achieved by the magic of proper balance and subtle weight support :3
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