Posted on January 13 2020 by John Piland
GUYS!!! FRIGGIN... JUST LOOK WHAT I GOT TO MAKE!! I'm about to make a huge long thread because I just can't get over how happy I am with this plush!! Thank you @TheNeverwolf for commissioning and giving me the chance to make the best boy X3#mokosmakery #commission #plush pic.twitter.com/rsxlxfWxVT— Moko @ TFF Artist Alley (COMMISSIONS CLOSED) (@mokobuns) January 12, 2020
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild introduced many would-be fan favorite characters to the world of Zelda, not least of all was the accordion-playing Rito, Kass. Since his memorable first appearance, fans and artists alike have tried to bring Kass to life through their art, whether it be music, animation, or beyond.
This adorable Kass plush was crafted by artist Moko as a commission for Twitter user TheNeverWolf (some content may be suggestive). Aside from its everlasting cuteness, this doll allows one to remove the accordion, as well as reposition the legs when Kass grows a bit tired of standing. In fact, to help Kass stand better while holding his accordion, Moko glued two quarters to the inside of Kass’ tail as a counterbalance. A close look will also reveal sheet music for “The Nutcracker” rolled up in his hands.
To see more amazing work by Moko, be sure to check them out on Twitter right here.
What do you think of this little doll? Are your eyes as serenaded as your ears are by Kass’ music? Let us know in the comments below!