Archive for the ‘Prop/Replica’ Category

Mario Star Lamp

Thursday, December 12th, 2013


Functional Pokeflute!

Monday, December 9th, 2013

Having trouble with a sleepy Snorlax blocking your way? Then check out rbaron’s Pokeflute:

And here she is playing it:


Pinterest Awesomeness

Saturday, November 30th, 2013

The Sprite-Stitchers on Pinterest are always finding awesome things. Here are a few that caught my eye recently:

A giant push-pin Mario mosaic!

Fallout Computer Case Mod (with sweet bobble head action)

This sweet cross stitch.



Plush Projects by LPSM

Monday, October 14th, 2013

LPSM (Little Purple Sewing Machine) is very talented at turning 2D images into 3D plush creations. She has made quite a few plush lemmings:

She also made the Blue Raven from the British game Granny’s Garden:

I can’t wait to see what she comes up with next!

via[TheSpriteStitchForum here and here]

Garrus Vakarian Bust

Monday, October 7th, 2013

This awesome Mass Effect character was sculpted by DeviantArtist SolarDiamond.


Handmade Elven Skyrim Dagger

Monday, September 16th, 2013

Via [DeviantArt]

Plush Minecraft Sword

Friday, July 26th, 2013

DeviantArtist AwesomeTikiWiki stitched this by hand. To quote, “I know you buy the foam ones pretty much anywhere now, but honestly, that foam is pretty hard. I wanted to make something you could WHACK someone with and be free of the fear of permanently damaging them. Considering it feels like a giant pillow, I think it was a success.
Made of felt, some fake leather we had lying around (the brown on the hilt) and some light gray fleece (leftover from the totoro), this was painstakingly sewn together by hand, square by square, to create that pixel look. Took awhile to complete and was mostly done while watching the walking dead and other shows, but I like the result. It was stuffed with some seat cushion foam we had lying around. Few people will probably read this, but I hope that gives insight on how it was made and hope if you have a lot of time on your hand, you’d be driven to sew your own! (its actually quite fun!)”