2 things, above all else, put me in my Little headspace, scale, and realism. If the scale isn't right, I feel like an adult who is faking her way though a game. I'm not! I'm an adult, but I'm trying to get somewhere within myself.
The thing is, someone said before, that his body felt too big. I guess I'm in that boat, too. This is especially true of print size. Kids can take a higher number of smaller prints, because their bodies are smaller, but we need a smaller number of larger prints, because we're bigger. Am I being clear, and does anybody else prefer scaled up items, or feel too big, if items aren't to scale?
The scale and realism issues may have a good part. They mean I'd rather have a few custom treasures, that are exactly to scale, and exactly what I want, than buy out the kiddie store.
On my list of custom items are:
a bottle that looks like an Adiri and a Comotomo loved each other very much, and decided to make a 32 oz. AB bottle, with a leak-free 1-price rim/nipple/flip-up nipple cover, easy to read oz. marks, and cute designs- Hey, realism.
A scaled up mirror/teether/rattle combo toy, I've drawn plans for it; it kinda looks like Saturn.
A not too big or too small, air-filled silicone, "Hug Me Baymax," with catch phrases, and in-tummy projector. They have plushies of him, but Baymax isn't plush; he's silicone and air! Does that get on anyone else's last nerve?!
A mobility scooter that looks like a Fisher-Price Power Wheels and a righteously bad pink, yellow, and purple water gun, that doesn't need constant refilling, and matching crossbow, that puts Nerf Rebelle to shame, and can be mounted to the mobility scooter
Do any of those sound fun to anyone else?