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Apple Bloom by PlanetPlush Apple Bloom by PlanetPlush
Apple Bloom will be for sale at Trotcon!

She's made from minky fabric and has machine embroidered eyes.
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:iconspike--the-dragon:
SPIKE--the-dragon Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2013
WANTWANTWANTWANTWANT
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Derpam Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
DAT BOW
i vant it...
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AppleCider1412 Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
wow, comepletely and tottally unfair to those of us who CAN'T go to conventions. i'm not allowed to go, not to mention the money and no rides
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WhiteHeather Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
How is it unfair for her to sell merchandise at a convention that she has a dealer's table at? Many, many artists do this. Cons are a very common place for people to sell the fandom merch they make. Also, if you don't have the money to go to a convention how would you afford to buy the plush anyway? SpaceVoyager's work is top notch, and as such it isn't cheap, nor should it be.
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AppleCider1412 Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
i have the money for a PLUSH, not over 1000 fucking dollars to go to a convention halfway across the country! wow what a bitch. i MEANT it was UNFAIR to ONLY sell at conventions because it's showing those of us who CAN'T go top quality work we can't GET!!?
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Sian0410 Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
There's really no need to be offensive here. "wow what a bitch" was a bit too far, don't you think? What :iconwhiteheather: said was totally valid. There are a -lot- of other plushie makers on dA that you can even commission yourself to make a plushie exactly how you'd want it. Just because a single artist decides to stick to con-selling doesn't mean you lose access to getting a plushie of your own.
Basically, -chillll- man.
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WhiteHeather Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
She doesn't just sell at conventions and neither do most artists. Perhaps if instead of whining about it being unfair that she is selling some things at a con, you had sent her a note asking if she would be open for commissions again anytime soon you might have better luck getting a plushie.

I don't believe I am the one being bitchy here :shrug:
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AppleCider1412 Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
then don't be ofensive and start something with me. i won't be bitchy then. anyways, i have tried that with others before and they ONLY do conventions. how would this one be any different?
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WhiteHeather Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
There was absolutely nothing in your original statement that implied Trotcon was far away from you. Therefore, my question about not being able to afford to attend a con, but being able to afford a plushie was a perfectly valid one. Especailly considering how expensive quality plushies tend to be. There are probably cons near you where other artists will be offering nice merchandise. If simple questions when you are already being rude to an artist offend you and you consider someone responding to you "starting something" perhaps you should reconsider complaining in public on someone's DA page.

Every artist is different, so why wouldn't this be different? It's certainly a more productive thing to do than complain. Being rude to a talented artist whose work you apparently would be interested in owning is quite possibly the worst way for you to get what you want. If you look at SpaceVoyager's front page she has a note saying commissions are closed. This implies that at some point in time they will be open. None of the artists I talk to regularly sell exclusively at cons. It is convention season though, so many artists might not being taking commissions right now because they are preparing for cons and that takes a lot of work and time.

Anyway, I've said my piece and am done here.
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Appleblooom Featured By Owner Apr 15, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
NEED.
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