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Tiny Amigurumi Water Dragon by altearithe Tiny Amigurumi Water Dragon by altearithe
UPDATE: Thanks everyone for all the faves and support. ;w; I'm sorry I can't go thank you each (At the moment there's around 185 of you who faved), so I wanna say thanks here! :D Thanks so much and I hope you all stay tuned for more pieces from me!
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This is for sale individually per request for $50 (shipping is additional $12 USD if international and needed as registered parcel).

If you're interested in buying one, send me a note!

(Price is set due to a large amount of time it takes to make, time creating the original design, the materials, gas to get the materials, and at the suggestion of several friends and my fiance.)



I made this wee one a few weeks back, but hadn't gotten around to posting her. :3

She is going to be in a set of 4, with the other three elements. The other three aren't made yet, but I will most likely be done with them during the holidays this month. :3

I'm also a little disappointed in the picture since she looks SO much better in person. Those who saw the sneak peek of her during my livestream can attest to that. :3

She is around 3cm tall and has a wingspan of around 5cm. (slightly over 1 inch tall and has a 2 inch wingspan.)

Her design took me a day to finalize and creating her took another full day. (making the price actually very cheap if we're going for at least minimum wage @w@)

I used fingering yarn, recycled felt, and some fabri-tac for her wings and fins.

In any case, I hope you guys like her and stick around for some more pieces tomorrow. ^0^


~Altearithe


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LPSlover722 Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
"Totally Cray Cray Adorbs!" (LOL!)
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FunSmilies Featured By Owner May 18, 2013
Cute =D
<3 <3 <3
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Kaja-Rucia Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2013
cute :heart:
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altearithe Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
Aww thanks~ <33
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the-nika Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2013
mimimi))) so nice!
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:iconaltearithe:
altearithe Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
^//w//^ Thanks~
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TisaKyouki Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
holly crap thats expensive
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altearithe Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
Well, considering that I normally take a whole day at least to make one little plush, around 12 hours normally, at mininum wage of $7.25 at least, this guy would actually be at $87. But, since I don't include the amount of time I take to rest my hands so I don't get Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, I end up with a total of 2.5 total work hours which at my personal wage for skilled labor would only be $50.
So I guess you could say it's expensive or I'm starving myself and should just go scoop ice cream at a food court instead so I can afford to live. XD
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TisaKyouki Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
oh makes sense. they are darling its a shame they take so long. I always try to provide cheap stuff for people so i go for minimum wage. sorry, didn;t mean to sound rude. was just a little shocked that something so cute and tiny could be so spendy
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altearithe Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
They're actually taking less time now. Used to be they would take days or a week to create along with designing and trial and error processes. >.<;
So did I until I realized that demand was much too high, so a bit of simple economics helped lessen my load and turned away a lot of cheap shopping addicts or freebie fanatics.
It's all right. ^^ I understand why you were shocked, but once you think about it, these wee ones are one of a kind even if I make multiples and are handmade. Handmade creations have always been much more expensive than anything made in a factory and if an item is unique, the price increases again.
The process I use in designing and creating is similar enough to haute couture's process, but I make it a bit easier to afford them without the weird reverence that goes with couture fashion. XDD
I've also seen many other plushers charge in the hundreds for one piece. @.@
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