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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!

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^


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LPSlover722 Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
"Totally Cray Cray Adorbs!" (LOL!)
FunSmilies Featured By Owner May 18, 2013
Cute =D
<3 <3 <3
Kaja-Rucia Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2013
cute :heart:
altearithe Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
Aww thanks~ <33
the-nika Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2013
mimimi))) so nice!
altearithe Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
^//w//^ Thanks~
TisaKyouki Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
holly crap thats expensive
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
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
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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