I know the half ovals are the sides of the foot and the full oval is the sole of the foot right? Are you saying the half ovals diameter (height) should be as long as half of the full ovals circumference (so that you sew the diameter portion of the half ovals around the circumference of the full oval)?
And where would the completed feet be sewn into the body? the only place I could think or see was partially into the seams of the body (which would seem that if you did that, you'd need a bit of a leg to do it).
Also... Did you hand sew that? I can hand sew and have decent stitches but sometimes they don't hold well, sometimes they hold great, and I have no sewing machine. And What is an easy way to determine shape and size of the ovals needed in said oddish? I can see the heighth being half the circumference you would want on the oddish's face area, but is there any special width needs? or do you just make them any width and make as many the same size as would make the thing round?