Wednesday, July 19, 2006

PlushYou2!

Hey everybody! WHEW! I finally finished my plushes last night for Schmancy's group plush show this fall called PlushYou2. Here's a 'shout out' to Dev for hand-delivering them there for me this afternoon.

I thought I'd share a few images with you!





Look familiar? These little dudes are based off of my Illo Friday painting, "SORRY" They are made of felt and polar fleece and about 9 inches tall.


...and last but not least.... "Lone Cone Without A Home"

10 comments:

Chickengirl said...

Gah!! I want them! I want them right now..here in my living room, the little due with the spear in his eye! So cool how you just tranformed your illustration into plushes.

zimtwinz said...

very cute karin! can't show the kids, ryan is very much into pirates lately and would love to have the one that has met his fate.. where is the show? would like to stop in and see your stuff in person!

geenpool said...

damn girl...you really do rock it!!

Anonymous said...

holy mother of GOD - amazing work!!!

Tulipland said...

Great ! GREAT! I LOVE them !

rachael said...

i want to come see the show, sweet! i cant pick a favorite b/c theyre all so great. wow.

vava said...

oh, my god!!! woman, you just killed me, that was so so so so cute, love it, if one day you sell them, i will like to buy.

MiJa said...

Ay Carumba! You are so talented! These turned out beautifully from your drawing! btw... I did a journal sketch of our spread from a dinner gathering we had this past weekend! I haven't done the richard scarry to it yet, but I can't believe I haven't done this before! Thanks for inspiring that!

KYMadan said...

thanks so much you guys!

Lisa - the show will be at Schmancy in Oct. please drop by (the other contributors have some Fantastic work)

Mija - cool! I'd love to see your sketchbook, ala Richard Scarry (our favorite!)

flossy-p said...

NO WAY!!! That is the freak'n coolest thing I've ever seen! Thay look just like they do in your illo.

Reminds me of that Simpsons episode where Homer goes into the 3D world. But, you know, much much cooler.

Whoa! I'm so amazed!