59 posts tagged crafts
Crocheted BMO 3DS case by Kitlaurie
We were bound to post one of these eventually, seeing as we’ve already put up BMO skins, outfits, and even Game Boys. Kitlaurie is taking crochet commissions, by the way, so you can have her make one of these for you!
The other chap next to the adorable Adventure Time portable is MO-Death, whom Clog Two describes as “a circuit board being, that awaits BMO’s last breath.” But… I don’t want BMO to die ever.
Make your 3DS look like a Pokédex
MegaKX purchased his system after Nintendo announced Pokémon X and Y, and personalized the handheld to get it ready for this October (he can also download the Pokédex 3D Pro app on the eShop).
If you have a Flame Red 3DS to stick it on, you can buy the vinyl decal kit from MegaKX’s friend on Etsy to pull off the same look — it’s a bit expensive, though, at $15 plus s/h.
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Two awesome Paper Mario: Sticker Star dioramas, crafted by Gigi DG (top) and Finchiekins the Owl (bottom) for Nintendo’s recent contest. I sure am glad I didn’t even attempt to enter this competition — the quality of whatever I could have made would not have even been in the same area code as these two scenes.
Preorder: Paper Mario: Sticker Star (November 11)
See also: More Paper Maio: Sticker Star news and media
[Via Gigi DG, Finchiekins the Owl]
A Section Chief Arino plushie crocheted by Gochika for her fiancée (in place of buying him a super expensive imported Arino action figue). Love the cooling pad accessory!
Buy: Retro Game Challenge, Retro Game Master DVD set
Import: Game Center CX 2
See also: More Game Center CX posts
The Nintendo Knitting Machine, rumored to have been shown at a late ’80s Consumer Electronics Show for years, finally revealed here in this brochure posted online last night by former Nintendo spokesman Howard Phillips (of Howard & Nester fame).
I would have knitted some crazy garments with this dang thing — Mega Man socks, Teenage Mutant Ninja mittens, swag sweaters with my face on them, etc.
[Via Gamemaster Howard]
Revolver Oshawott figurine created by Camille Young. If you’re quick, you can join in on the auction at TheSpeedGamers to win this piece. I’m unsure how the auction works, though — I think you make a donation to ACT Today (Autism Care and Treatment)?
See also: More awesome Camille Young figures
I’ve seen plenty of Mario and Luigi cases in this style, but this is the first time I’ve seen a Wario pouch, complete with purple overalls and back pockets for two carts.
Perfect pouch for your Legend of Zelda 25th anniversary 3DS (click for larger images). Tepe hand-cut, hand-tooled, dyed, and painted this leather bag, which you can attach a wrist- or shoulder-strap to if you’re so inclined.
It’s an awesome accessory for Zelda fans looking to encase their 3DSes in Hylian gear, but it’s also quite expensive — commissioning Tepe to create one of these for you will set you back around $40.
See also: More accessories
[Via Improvisations by Tepe]
Sculpture of Missile, Ghost Trick’s cute Pomeranian, by Leilia. This 2”x2.5” piece was crafted out of Super Sculpey polymer clay over a wire and foil armature, then painted with acrylic paints, and coated with a matte finish.
Did you hear that the Spike TV Video Game Awards nominated Ghost Trick for its Best Handheld/Mobile Game category (the show’s organizers felt it necessary to have separate categories for Individual and Team Sports games, but not so for these two different platforms)?
This excellent adventure game has tough competition, though: Super Mario 3D Land, Jetpack Joyride, and Infinity Blade — I’m unsure how the latter two iOS titles beat out Capybara’s Sword And Sworcery EP.
See also: More Ghost Trick posts
Dragon Quest Slime scarf by Etsy user GrandmasNook. There must be some part of the world where it isn’t 100+ degrees every day (though, after this summer, I literally can’t imagine what that’s like); if you happen to live in one of those places, this would make the perfect accessory for you.
“GrandmasNook” says that she made this crocheted Slime scarf because both her daughter and granddaughter are big Dragon Quest fans. “The slime is just adorable so I couldn’t resist making it!” Well, obviously!
See also: More Dragon Quest posts
Star Trek “Redshirt” DS case, knitted by Norwegian craftster Sandra (click for a larger image).
Priced at only $15, it’s a cute cozy for your handheld — just make sure not to send it on any away missions!
See also: More Nintendo DS/3DS accessories