I've been writing a lot of critiques lately, but I haven't written one on a plushie. Perhaps because I don't make plushies and I'm mainly traditional artist who doesn't really do anything with sewing, but, I like writing critiques so I'll give it a shot
I have to say, the sewing is far more decent than anything I have done, or could do. Besides, I love hoow perfectly show accurate the eyes are. I'll give you 5 stars for technique.
Though this concept has been used before, the whole filly version thing, but the fact that you seem to be the only person I've seen that has made a filly Chrysalis plush, I'll give you 3 1/2 stars for originality.
The vision overall came out nicely. I honestly have no idea how you managed to get the holes in her wings and her mane, but I can totally understand why you couldn't do it with the legs. And the vision of a visual representation of our own prediction of what she looked like in the past, I have to say, I like it. Plus I love Chrysalis altogether. 5 stars for vision
I can't say that I have much to say about impact, but I'll give you a decent amount of stars for that...
I saw this on eq daily. Holy crap (that's the first time I didn't curse since I was 9), this is so cute. I wanna learn how to make plushies but i always end up with mis-shaped abominations. And I don't know what to use as stuffing that works well over time so I just use packing peanuts and shredded paper.
It had to be a big bribe as sewing all those tiny parts is a pain for my fingers! They need some rest But I'll gladly make another one in future as Chrysalis (both adult and filly) is one of my most favorite plushes