Rocket World Plush Skulls

Lana for rw

Artist Lana Crooks will be releasing these Rocket World Plush Skulls at San Diego Comic Con (booth #4932). These limited edition plushies are limited to 20 pieces. Each one is handmade and embroidered with the Rocket World paw logo. They will run $50 each.


8 thoughts on “Rocket World Plush Skulls

  1. one of the biggest problems that i have found in the world of plush is the utter lack of appreciation for the amount of time & work that goes into sewing anything. this is a gripe i have had for a long time. it's things like this that let you know that people really have to love what they do. i know from personal experience that in the end i will come out make only a few cents per hour (not including cost of materials). meanwhile, someone can paint something overnight and it will sell for a hundreds of dollars if not thousands. i can tell you that those skulls (human head sized and all) did not happen overnight. the detail is wonderful but the 3D-ness of it is what makes it incredible. the brow bone and the jaw blow me away. making a plush that is more than just two pieces sewn together is a concept that is difficult that i am having trouble with. try making 1 of those by yourself. try making 20 of those by yourself. it's tedious and trying.

    i think Lana did a phenomenal job on these & i can't wait until they sell out at SDCC.

  2. one of the biggest problems that i have found in the world of plush is the utter lack of appreciation for the amount of time & work that goes into sewing anything. this is a gripe i have had for a long time. it's things like this that let you know that people really have to love what they do. i know from personal experience that in the end i will come out make only a few cents per hour (not including cost of materials). meanwhile, someone can paint something overnight and it will sell for a hundreds of dollars if not thousands. i can tell you that those skulls (human head sized and all) did not happen overnight. the detail is wonderful but the 3D-ness of it is what makes it incredible. the brow bone and the jaw blow me away. making a plush that is more than just two pieces sewn together is a concept that is difficult that i am having trouble with. try making 1 of those by yourself. try making 20 of those by yourself. it's tedious and trying.

    i think Lana did a phenomenal job on these & i can't wait until they sell out at SDCC.

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