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Maril Pokemon fuse beads by nekomusume Maril Pokemon fuse beads by nekomusume
This is the scanned version of the pokemon Maril, if you would like to see how it looks before its ironed, there is a photograph in the scrap section. I had to add clear beads to the base of the tail and to the ear so that it would hold together better. The tail was a bit heavy and it kept bending it out of shape. ^^;

I'm not quite sure what category to put fuse bead art into, I'm still a bit new to this site.
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sally5531 Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2011  Student Artist
How did you make that?
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Growlytastic Featured By Owner Jun 27, 2009
Wow, this is beautiful ^.^ If you dont mind me asking, where do you get your fuse beads from? I did a growlithe and started on a gyrados but I'm having trouble finding the exact colors. Yours are dead on!!
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Leedlepuff Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2008
Do fusebeads really work?
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bunny-gurl Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2007
this is so cool!!! my god. i wish i could make sth like that.
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hontokawaiinekochan Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2007
so cute!!! :heart:
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HeyLookASign Featured By Owner Dec 24, 2006  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
I made LoZ stuff...but I gotta say that is ONE DAMN IMPRESSIVE MARRIL
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MidoriKocha Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2005
WOW tAlK aBoUt MaD sKiLlZ. I love it. >_< so creative!
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daveizoid Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2005   Traditional Artist
That is so frikken cool!!!

I remember when I was 10 and I tryed doing this stuff, they would always fall apart... T_T
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nekomusume Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2005
hehe thanks! i think the trick is to iron both sides, and use a glue spray (same glue you would use to add glitter to the finished work after you iron) i haven't tried the glue spray idea yet, but it sounds like it could work.
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Caduca Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2005
:gasp: Marill! My favourite pokemon! he's cuuute :)
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