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Which plush should I make?

posted by Avistew on - last edited - Viewed by 4.8K users

The preorderers among you might be aware of the fact that I made Sam and Max plushes. I shared pictures there as a preordering bonus thing. I'll add them here after the Devil's Playhouse is out.

Now I want (no, I need) to work on other characters. But I've decided I can't knit every single character of every series so I'm going to go with other series for now.
So I'm asking you: which character do you think is iconic of telltale games (by which I mean, not someone we see for 3 seconds in one episode) and would make a good plush? (looking humanoid would be a great help).

I'm thinking of starting with the main characters of each game, and then moving to telltale-exclusive characters if any. But really, my point is which should I work on next? I have no clue.

Telltale team, you're encouraged to share your opinion too, by the way. Any character apart from Sam&Max (the OP retains all discretion not to follow advice given in this thread).

Oh, and before anyone asks, all these plushes already have owners (yes, even those that haven't been made yet). And I'm only making one of each (most of the fun is in figuring out how to make them, it would feel boring making the same one a second time). So I'm not making one for you. But you'll get to see pictures.

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    puzzlebox Telltale Staff

    @avistew said: Surely nobody would think it's a penis if it's on fire, right?

    I can't stop laughing at this. :D

    @avistew said:
    Meh, I'm sure it will look better when there is a screaming (or otherwise) narwhal strapped to it.

    Poor narwhal... I think the expression you choose for him (happy or screaming) will say a lot more about his tastes than we should probably know. ;)

  • @Rather Dashing said: Or otherwise? Like a Moaning Narwhal?

    Well, people have also been requesting a... happy... narwhal...

    Dammit! I wanted to keep this thread clean! Majus, I blame you 100%.

    EDIT: I'm making a new cone. I'll hopefully finish it today or tomorrow and maybe it will look better that way.

    ... the worse part is that with my record, nobody's going to believe it wasn't on purpose :(

  • @avistew said: Dammit! I wanted to keep this thread clean! Majus, I blame you 100%.


    Hmpf! I think it if there where yellow stripes on it it would look more rockety... and not more... otherly... probably...

    Seriously though, I really hope you dont stop the project because of it. :3

  • @Majus said: Hmpf! I think it if there where yellow stripes on it it would look more rockety... and not more... otherly... probably...

    Seriously though, I really hope you dont stop the project because of it. :3

    If there were yellow stripes it wouldn't look like anything because I still wouldn't have figured out how to make it yet. So there.

    I'm not stopping the project. Just starting over part of it. The most annoying part. GrrrRRR.
    Hopefully that will fix it.

  • @avistew said: GrrrRRR.


    Yes, good! The project needs emotions and passion like that!

  • Could you put a plastic cone or something inside it to make it look more angular and sturdy?

  • @Fealiks said: Could you put a plastic cone or something inside it to make it look more angular and sturdy?

    I was just thinking that, with thick paper or cardboard, but the plush wouldn't be washable anymore. However, plastic... That might be an idea.
    Of course, to make a plastic cone the right size and shape... is another story :p

  • Avi, go by Majus' new picture...no stripes on that rocket :D

    Suggestions:
    Torture me Elmer (with little torture implements)
    Jurgens monster
    a Desoto (but i know that would be really difficult...and big if it was to scale!
    A rope sack for sam and max
    tiny jimmy two teeth
    an internet (wtf??)
    a respect for living things (i'd love to see that)
    A hypno bear
    A Trogdor!
    Stan

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    puzzlebox Telltale Staff

    @avistew said: Of course, to make a plastic cone the right size and shape... is another story :p

    What about those very thin, flexible plastic cutting mats (like these)? It would be pretty cheap, and you could just cut out a piece to the right size/shape and roll it into a cone. Maybe staple the edges together.

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