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18 inch Poseable Princess Cadence Plush by PlushActionToys 18 inch Poseable Princess Cadence Plush by PlushActionToys
I know I already have pics of princess Cadence but this pic was just TOO ADORABLE not to post and is my favorite way to display her!  Apologies for the content repost :-D
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iwubpie Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Lolz, me and my little sister are looking at this very gorgeous pony, shes wondering how you put the cutie mark on,but you dont have to tell if u dont want to :P
MrPiBB-93 Featured By Owner May 21, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
best mlp plushie so far, i think
PlushActionToys Featured By Owner May 22, 2014
Thank you for such a lovely compliment!!  :-)
MrPiBB-93 Featured By Owner May 24, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
your welcome! btw, do commission? if s, how much would you charge for Mayor Mare? I could never afford one of these, but I curious
PlushActionToys Featured By Owner May 28, 2014
Hi there,

Mayor mare would be so fun to plushify!  I could do her in 3 different ways:

I can basically create anything you visualize.  The following methods are all based on set patterns I have created but anything is possible but would need to be quoted as a completely custom piece. (the beanie body is a design-in-process).

15" full sized fully articulated ball jointed skeleton with rotating head:  $395

15" full sized non poseable but as above:  $355

(the above would feature my more sculpted looking updated pattern with sculpted haunches/butt and new sculpted ear design.

11" Beanie:  $225

7" Pocket poseable:  $175

I could do a payment plan if that helps with the affordability.  Thanks so much for liking my work!!  :-D
MrPiBB-93 Featured By Owner May 31, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
it just drives me crazy how much people charge, but they are so nice! I would give anything to purchase mayor mare, but I just cant. if I could, I would purchase the 11" inch beanie. sounds very cute. im a big brony, and im kinda in love with the mayor right now
PlushActionToys Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2014
well thank you!  We plushie designers charge what we do because each pony is handmade and takes TONS of hours to complete.  My simplest ponies are generally about 12 hours and some of my alicorn pieces can be 40 hours or even more.  Just to digitize an eye design/cutie mark on the computer takes about 3 or more hours and when I was outsourcing embroidery to a design shop, one pony would cost me about $100 and up to create ($35-$45 to digitize each design and $5-10 for each embroidered print (2 eyes/2 cutie marks).  Once I learned to embroider myself, I realized why they charged so much!  On top of the time factor, the materials aren't cheap either.  I use high quality fabric and embroidery threads which cost $6 per color. I do this for the passion...not for the money because there isn't much money in plushie designing.  :-) 

The mayor is very cute! 
MrPiBB-93 Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
i really like how you carefully describe your passion, and i like that you enjoy your time and labor in creating them. In my opinion, the money charged is worth it, but i just cannot afford one. Seems as though you've got this well in hand, and your progress with the ponies has reached a great point in excellence. If i could afford one, my top 3 ponies would be Mayor Mare, Lotus Blossom, and AK Yearling (not Daring Do) i realize that AK and daring are on in the same, but AK is very cute.
PlushActionToys Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2014
Thank you so much for your wonderful comment!  I keep trying to push my talents to be become better with each pony that I create.  My Luna I am almost done with is the best one yet!!  Thank you so much for liking and supporting my work…it means so much to me!!!  :-D
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PenniesPonyPlushies Featured By Owner May 19, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Wow, she really is amazing! I'm guessing she has a wire skeleton inside? I'd love to learn how to do that, you're very talented :)
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