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3-30-2009 @ 9:30PM
I'm surprised no one's commented on the price yet. I get that they're handcrafted and custom made and all, but $60 for a plushie? Yikes. I'd pay half that for a custom-made small toy, perhaps. To each his own. :)
3-30-2009 @ 10:02PM
I'd say that's a pretty good rate, actually. How many hours of work do they put into it, and how much do they pay in raw materials? Besides, look at the detail on the pants and totem. You won't get that detail on a cheap toy.
3-30-2009 @ 10:03PM
imagine the price for a hunter WITH their pet... id still get one with my gorilladin lol!
See, but "cheap" to me is $5, not $30. Like I said, to each his own, I'd just never spend that much.
3-31-2009 @ 9:50AM
When mass-produced by children that are paid $8 a day on the production lines of a dusty factory floor in China, you could get away with $5. For a hand-made custom (the key word here is CUSTOM) one? Good luck finding a at this low price anywhere else, but from your mom.
3-31-2009 @ 11:00AM
At first I thought that was a bite pricey. And then you realize that each plushie probably takes a minimum of five or six hours of work, and that's not even counting the materials that go into it.This isn't a simple TAILOR LFW FREE W/ YOUR MATS TIPS APPRECIATEDThis is paying an artist for their work. $60 is chump change. Look at those little character replicas that have been selling like hotcakes -they sell for like $100 and if I understand correctly, a machine does a lot of the work.
3-31-2009 @ 12:07PM
Testy, aren't you people... -.- Pack of rabid wolves much? Jesus. What part of custom-made do I not understand indeed... only said I get that part twice, what part of English do -you- not understand?
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