Napoleon's Kismet: Chapter 8Chapter 8: Oliver and the Wakeman FamilyNapoleon's Kismet: Chapter 8 by BladeSquall
Franklin City-- December 2, 1870-- 9:06 a.m.
Oliver sat down on a nearby bench in the downtown streets, waiting for someone. Today was an important day: the one-year anniversary of the founding of his owner and Zelos Wakeman's business, Wakeman & Reznoff. While Blaise was attending to important business with Zelos, Oliver was stuck downtown, waiting.
"Extra, extra!" a human paperboy yelled, flailing a newspaper in the air for anyone who would listen. The poor kid couldn't be more than 7 years old. "Read all 'bout it! Sand Breechers strike again! Notorious gang run by nefarious criminal Duke just conquered Westros City! Hundreds dead or enslaved! No town is safe from growing gang!" Everyone seemed to flinch away at that, Oliver himself looking downtrodden.
Oliver knew that, in a way, he and Blaise were responsible for the current crisis that was overta
You want to make plushies? Tips and resources listEdit: added a part about fabric selection before 'where do I start'!You want to make plushies? Tips and resources list by MagnaStorm
Ever since I posted Wolf Link and Midna I've been getting an influx of messages asking me to teach, reveal my secrets, take people under my wing, and so on. The sad thing is I can't spend all that much time one on one with everybody asking me to teach them. So I've decided to put together this massive block of text, relating some of my personal experience in plush making and listing off all my resources at the bottom. This will cover the very basics of plush and pattern making so if you are completely new to plush making this is for you, if you're not and you're just looking for resources skip to the bottom. I hope this will be helpful to someone!
First off, the reality. The big secret. The key to becoming a good plush artist is...
I can already feel the glares and exasperation but hear me out first.
One thing I've noticed with a lot of the messages I got were that a lot of people were scared of screwing up.