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HoTS is out and I have completed my placements.


WHATTTTT. Maybe not 4gating is good for me.


Zergling progress...

USPS tracking says that the zergling arrived earlier this morning. I haven’t heard from Husky yet… but hopefully he’ll rescue Mr. Zergling soon. I’ve got a couple more pictures to post of Mr. Zergling hanging out with Mr. Overlord, but they’re on my Olympus and RAWs (and I’m lazy).

Making Banelings! (And Zerglings)

Last week I helped a friend make a plush baneling, which he took to MLG. That’s him up there, trying to learn to use a sewing machine. (I spose I should tell him I’m putting his picture on the internet…)

There’s the almost-finished baneling, his butt and legs still need to be attached.

Also, I did some work on my zergling — I sewed together the body and made a lot of small edits to my pattern. This zergling has less of a neck than the last one and is a little thinner (Marines are getting scarce?) It also turns out that legless zergling stumps are the perfect size for cuddling!

Above is the first step of making a zergling — cut out all the pieces! There are two pieces each for each of the four legs (There will be an additional two pieces per leg by the time I’m done, to account for the claw-bits of his legs) then one top piece (green, folded in half) and two bottom pieces (brown, stacked in that picture).



I went to Boston last weekend to visit my little brother. There’s a view from the plane, complete with dust-induced flares and artifacts. I swear that’s not Photoshop.


We did the things we usually do… Eat too much (as evidenced by the menu… and his blurry hand that’s scribbling out our oyster order), bicker, play games. But! We also saw the Final Fantasy Distant Worlds orchestra. Of which, I have no pictures.

But most importantly… I ‘ling dropped his apartment. See Mr. Zerguhling (as named by my ultra-creative brother) below. He took me probably about 4-5 hours end to end to sew and I’ll be posting a not-very-detailed tutorial sometime soon. I’m in the process of making another one and I’m trying to document it.