i can't even Describe this its amazing at the least i am Truly having a hard time thinking of worlds this looks almost like its something from a dream like.........okay i really am lost for worlds and i have 61 worlds left so...the Quaintly is good it must have been EXTREMELY hard to make witch makes it even better since there was so much effort into the makeing of this doll X_X it must have taken hours maybe even days to make (maybe) and im glad there are people like you who still make plushies with this kind of Effort
There's plush making, and then there's artisan plush making. While this might be a toy it is by no means childplay making a plush with this level of commitment and detail. The dedication and quality is clear to see in the smooth lines, the dual side detail on the mane and the symmetry on the tail. The fact the eyes and mark are machine embroidered makes for a professional finish on what is already an outstanding plush toy. I am truly blow away by the expressive nature of the finished piece. It is so easy to make a standard, dull and vacant expression on a toy. Were this pony on my shelf those eyes and that smile would lead me to think she were up to no good. Particularly the shaded area beneath the eyes which is an excellent contrast to her body, giving her face a movement you don't often find in soft toys these days. The artist has produced a spectacular piece, one i think would be impossible for anyone else to replicate.
this, like all the other plushes i've seen of yours, has a great artisan/professional quality to it. you can tell you take great pride in what you do, even if it's just as a hobby (unless you do it for a living, of course). if i had that kind of money just to toss away on a toy, for that is what it is, i would absolutely do it to have my MLP OC done by you. alas, i do not, so i just get to look at the awesomeness that is everyone else's by you.
This...is....amazing!!!!!! One day, I will get one of these bad boys! Unless you feel like trading for something leather? or maybe jewelry. I work for an awesome company...check it out: www.jungletirbe.etsy.com