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Ninja Turtle Plushie TUTORIAL by chronicdoodler Ninja Turtle Plushie TUTORIAL by chronicdoodler

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Oh wow! Thank you for the DD! My first one ever, I hope you all enjoy the tutorial and thank you so much :D

First off rules:

-personal enjoyment only. No selling these please
- Please give me credit when possible.
- send me a link to your submission, I would love to see anyones created ^_^

Now on to the template, it does seems complicated, but really if you have patience you can knock out a turtle in several hours :).

EDIT:

I have finally drawn up the instructions!

Contained is three pages of templates and explanations on how to make the platron (chestplate), the shell, and how to sculpt the face and feet. The rest should be basic plushie technique :).

Completed Turtles


Artist request: If you all enjoyed this tutorial, perhaps you would like to participate in resource sharing with my "Reference Expressions project" Contribute and you will help artists to draw unique and character driven emotions

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Given 2011-02-23
Comics & Cartoons Week is the perfect time to feature Ninja Turtle Plushie TUTORIAL by *chronicdoodler. Learn how you can make your very own TMNT plush toys with this original pattern! ( Featured by FantasyStock )
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Oh no. Why would you do this to me?! My little brother looked over the computer screen just then.
"Can I have one?"
"No."
"Pwease!"
"No."
"I'm not gonna thtop nagging till you make me one! Pwease, pwease, pwease, pwease, pwease, pwease, pwease!"
"NO!"
Repeat x999999
Oh god. I will now have to make one of each of the TMNT... :)
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I have a whole bunch of turtle parts now but I'm unsure as to how to sew them all together
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chronicdoodler Mar 20, 2013  Professional Interface Designer
Oh dear, how far have you gotten and where are you stuck?
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How much fabric will I need for this?
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chronicdoodler Mar 12, 2013  Professional Interface Designer
depends on the size of the doll. I personally use 1/2 a yard of green, 1/2 yard for shell body (needs length) and scraps for the bottom of the shell.
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I am definitely gonna do this!
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NinjaTeddiesGalore Dec 17, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank. You. SO MUCH!
I'm so gonna try this <3_<3
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AntarticaEyes Aug 1, 2011  Student Digital Artist
:icontruckglompplz: OMG IM SO GONNA LEARN FROM IT THANK YOU
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GoldenWingedAngel May 10, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
OMG!! If you don't you don't mind, could I make this in fashions as a project? It would be awesome!
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