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Topic: Bonta-Kun on Diuretics  (Read 1966 times)
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ForevrBee
« on: July 26, 2005 06:29:33 PM »

I'm a huge "Full Metal Panic" fan (both the original & FMP? Fumofuu) Which gave me an idea of making my own "Bonta-Kun" plush.



I had episodes of Fumofuu with me as my guide to construct templates (head without the hat, arms, body & feet) with a yellow towel as my material (which I also used for the hat, but I dyed it green). For the hat, along with the towel, I used a trimed-down portion of the insides of a 5" disk. the dots were with a brown Sharpie, the eyes are made from shrinky-dink plastic (using a pic of Bonta-Kun as a guide) & the nose/mouth consists of handmade pom-poms of white yarn "molded" with glue & sewn to his head.



He's not perfect (almost anything never is, + hence the "diuretics" in the title post) & I still want to do more to him. like add a bowtie, sew his feet to the bottom of his body (like he is in FMP) & plus do something with the hat.
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