How to Make a Fuzzy

Over on her own blog, Mary Robinette Kowal goes into some detail — with pictures and everything — about how one makes a Fuzzy from scratch. As Mary has been a professional puppeteer for years and has some fame from her ability to create these creatures, if you are a crafty, make-y sort of person, this particular entry will be like catnip to you.

13 Comments on “How to Make a Fuzzy

  1. Is the Fuzzy she made true to your own mental picture of what a Fuzzy is “supposed” to look like, John? Is it different? If so, do you like her interpretation better than your own? Why or why not?

  2. It’s actually meant to look like the image of the fuzzy from the cover, and in that respect I think she did a very good job.

  3. The eye color on the cover look blue to me. Other than that, it’s wonderful!

  4. If you wish to make a Fuzzy from scratch, you must first invent the universe …

  5. That Mary Robinette Kowal can do a ton of cool stuff. I checked her site because the Fuzzy she made looked amazing. Once there, I discovered her book, Shades of Milk and Honey which I am now desperate to read.

    Thanks for posting about her.

  6. Oh, look at those fuzzy little eyes!

    Ahem. Little girl squee moment over. Nothing to see here.

  7. I WANT ONE!!!!!! He’s way cuter than “The Pilsbury Dough Boy!!!!”

  8. Always impressed by people with that much artistic talent.

  9. @ James K:

    Fuzzy’s are easier than apple pie. Y’see, when a mommy fuzzy and a daddy fuzzy love each other very much…

  10. Ah, so that’s what those critters are called. I learned something today!