This is Dazey the Slowpoke. I made her, myself, by hand, using Plush-Lore's tutorial on DeviantART. I think she's pretty cute for my first plush!
I'm now working on a Skitty plush (I already have the Pokedoll, but there is a strangely massive amount of pink fleece I own, so, when life hands you pink fleece make pink Pokemon) and a mystery plush. What Pokemon is it? You'll see in a future post! Hehe. . .
Bee, the polymer clay Umbreon! She has two rings on her left ear because I've just always imagined her like that. Some Pokemon have got to be a little different than the rest, right? She also has an EV ribbon- that was hard to make. It's TINY!
Last up is Pancake the Helioptile. A few weeks ago I spotted a few Helioptiles at Wal*Mart. . . as I was walking out the store ._." So I went back on Sunday and finally got my own (they don't have the Eeveelution plushies yet though, it seems). Helioptile's frills aren't stuffed at all, they're super floppy. -w- I wasn't expecting the interesting pose, but Helioptiles are kind of known for being a lil wacky xD. I thought this plush would be facing forwards but it's looking to the side.
On Sunday I also went to Barnes & Noble to look for Pokemon things. There I saw. . . Trainer's Choice figures. Specifically some single Pikachu packs, 3-packs of starters Pokemon and their evolutions, and remote controlled Piplup figures. I thought Trainer's Choice was supposed to be exclusive to Toys'R'Us, so unless I'm going crazy and this is all an Illusion a Zoroark made, why did Barnes & Noble have Trainer's Choice stuff?! Has anyone else seen this at their own B&N? 0.o