It took me months and three full seasons of a show (thanks, Netflix!) to get this commission done. I also had to order a special, 4x6" embroidery hoop for those circuit markings, and I'm so glad I did. It took three separate hoopings per side to get those markings stitched out, and they all had to be lined up very carefully each time so that they turned out symmetrical. Cannot imagine trying to do that on the smaller hoop!
Kudamon measures about 3' in length, and is made from minky fabric. The markings are all machine-embroidered, except for the collar. Those I just did with satin stitches on the manual machine since the area was too big for the embroidery machine (and I couldn't bring myself to keep hooping fabric after those circuit markings!!). The plush is 90% machine-sewn, with the "ear" pieces, claws, and earring sewn on by hand. The tail bell was also attached by hand.
There's polypellets in the middle of the body, right in the bending area. I wanted to give the commissioner the chance to sit the plush down without crushing and warping the stuffing inside. The rest is all polyfill!