He’s making a list and checking it twice. God help those who have been naughty instead of nice. Santa Cthulhu’s coming to town! Artists Amy Rawson and Brian East make a new needle felted Christmas Cthulhu almost every year and this is the latest.
Despite its age and relatively primitive graphics, Okami is still one of the most beautiful, creative and artful games ever created. If you recall, the games protagonist is a wolf named Amaterasu. One of the other wolves in the game was Shiranui, who tragically dies in battle with the beastly Orochi.
If you never saw Fritz Lang’s classic science 1927 fiction film Metropolis, you owe it to yourself to watch this early bit of cinematic history, with its view of a dystopian future, dramatic costumes, sets and cinematography.
Poor Tauntauns. Why must people always be slicing them and jumping inside for warmth? Or sticking them with a pole and mounting them on a carousel? They are one of the cutest and most useful Star Wars animals and yet they get no respect.
If you like your Star Wars ships fuzzy, then you’ll want to check out what Andrea Burnett of Sheep Creek Needlecraft has been making. These awesome needle felted Star Wars ornaments are nicely detailed. Just check out the Millennium Falcon cockpit and dish!
I’m going to go out on a limb and bet you these are the cutest, fuzziest Star Wars characters you’ll see today. These little needle-felted guys come to us from a galaxy far, far away, where even Darth Vader and the Stormtroopers aren’t imposing in the least.
I think we can all agree that biggest problem with retro video game characters is all of those jagged edges. I mean really, you could cut your hands on those sharp pixel corners. So what’s the solution?
How do you make a disgusting alien cute? Easy: just replace his slimy skin with wool. Oh and give him a “squezzly bunnybear.”
Flickr pro/proud mom/Jedi Grand Needle Felter Kit Lane imagined that as a child, Zorba’s offspring wasn’t really an evil Hutt.
Awwww. What could be more adorable than these plush little versions of classic Nintendo characters?
The only thing even more sickeningly sweet than the little squishy Mario is this plush and huggable mini-Yoshi.
All of these plush little guys are handcrafted by Kelley of LittleElfsToyshop using a technique called needle felting.