Monday, April 18, 2011

Stuffies!


Here's some more excellent ammo for people who wonder why I can't get around to manufacturing plush dolls of Sam & Max. These were made by Alix at arixystix creations. I think they are pretty cool and though these aren't for sale you can browse more shots of Sam & Max as well as other great pieces she has conjured up at her etsy store.

9 comments:

  1. Thanks for the shout out, Steve :D Glad you like them!

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  2. Oh, they are wonderful!!!!! I would certainly buy 'em.

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  3. OMG OMG I want! :D These are great!! Excellent technique, and my God you're brave... I still don't have the guts to try my hand at Sam :(

    I did finish Max tho, last Xmas... I don't remember if I posted here in the blog. Anyway, here's the Max I did for my 5 year old.

    http://www.telltalegames.com/forums/showthread.php?t=21682

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  4. arixystix -- No problem!

    maritzac-- I don't think I gave your Max his own post but he deserves it. He's great!

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  5. So when will you two have a marketing deal ready?
    I want them!

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  6. Hey Steve! I know this isn't related to the plushies (which are adorable, by the way), but there's some news I thought you should hear if you haven't already. The Smithsonian American Art Museum is doing an "Art of Video Games" exhibit. A lot of video games will be on display, but only five of them will receive the honor of actually being playable at the exhibit. The Secret of Monkey Island is one of them. So congratulations on your art being on display in the Smithsonian!

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  7. Cute! :D And Max looks really good, especially his face; that's a very well-crafted (and cute) likeness.

    I myself recently finished crocheting a Max plushie ("amigurumi" as it would be called in Japanese); instead of putting the mouth on him (wasn't sure how it would look, so that's why I'm impressed with Alix's design) I decided to do the "surprised or pondering" face you've got on your blog's background. Not to mention I think it's also a little more in keeping with the spirit of Japanese crocheted plush toys. Anyways, here it is:

    http://itsumocelestialsushi.deviantart.com/art/Max-in-Amigurumi-390260023

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