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My little plush tribute to one of the best film trilogies around. I still remember walking out of the theatre after the first Back to the Future
--the first movie I'd ever been allowed to see without my parents--utterly blown away and wishing I could just stay inside and see it again and again.
The town square chase, Johnny B. Goode, the clock tower...sheer awesomeness, every minute of it.
But nothing was more RAAR grr ugggh than that DeLorean.
Based off the original version of the time machine, the one we first see at the Twin Pines Mall, before any of the modifications were added in 1955 or 2015. I used screenshots whenever possible, pictures of toy models for difficult angles, and photos/diagrams of regular DeLoreans for reference.
My plush car designs are usually about 50-55 pieces each, and that's for plain vehicles. I don't even want to know how many this one took. The two big exhaust ports at the back took up 16 pieces between them alone!
The rear lights were done with fabric paint and embroidery.
The whole car's about 9 3/4" long, acrylic felt and stuffing, plus ribbon, embroidery floss, metallic cord and a few miniature buttons.
Eighty-eight miles per hour, baby!
Did you remember to pack your plutonium?