I made 3 Christmas themed fillies this year. It was something I've been wanting to do and I had a blast making them! This was the first Fluttershy I made with closed wings, also the first Filly for her I've made. I'll be posting another view of them soon
Filly Derpy was created as a Christmas gift for
Filly Twilight was created as a Christmas gift for
Filly Fluttershy was created for a Secret Santa Exchange for and was a gift for
Hats always frustrate me and these were no different, but I'm really pleased with how they turned out
I changed up my pattern a teeny bit from when I made Chibi Fluttershy (mostly the face and the ears). I'm a little bit too pattern obsessed sometimes and I'm always working to edit them and make them better... But I am really happy with this Chibi pattern the way it is now so I think I'll be keeping it this way.
I added an extra challenge to this one because I wanted her to have a super tiny muffin to keep her company. I've only been making ponies so far so I had a lot of fun designing the muffin! Maybe someday I'll have to make a whole tiny muffin army! I used rare earth magnets (Buckyballs) in the muffin and in Derpy's nose so that she can carry her little muffin around (Buckyballs are so awesomely perfect for this! They're really strong so she can hold onto it quite well but since they're round and tiny they're totally unobtrusive, you really can't tell they are there).
Chibi Derpy is sold and on her way to her new home Austria. My plushies have now traveled to more countries than I have!
The technical side of it is the same as on my other plushies: She is handmade by me from my pattern that I designed. Derpy and her muffin are made from high quality minky fabric and stuffed firmly with non-allergenic polyester Silky Soft ultra plush fiber. Her eyes and cutie mark are machine embroidered with Sulky 30 wt. Heavy Rayon Decorative thread. Her smile is hand embroidered. She contains no wire, isn't weighted and stands just fine on her own. She is about 7 inches tall from foot to eartip and 5 inches long from nose to rump.
This is a commission I was excited to do and that I've been working on for AGES. She has finally been shipped off to her new home.
I was excited to make this because I wanted to try using clear nail polish as the computer screen. I didn't get a detail picture of it, unfortunately, but it actually looked pretty nice and gave me ideas for the future.
Anyways, I hope you like her!
(Lil' Pip from Fallout Equestria)
P.S. I have a bunch of half finished ponies, so there should be some uploads soon
I asked an awesome computer design artist called Fakebuster83 (at TFW2005) AKA Ariel to make a set of weapons for the voyager Sentinel prime. He did just that, but went several steps further than I expected! He gave him his rust gun, made the swords attach to the inside of the shield, and made it so all weapons could attach to the vehicle mode! My SP is of course modded and painted, and I painted the weapons since they come from the Shapeways online store unpainted. You can order the weapon set here- [link] In my opinion, with a little paint work and this set, this makes for the most accurate and playable DOTM Sentinel Prime available.
I finally finished her! Well, she's been finished for awhile, but I put the sealant on her and took some pictures!
I'm not really sure what to do with her. Keep her for myself? Sell her on eBay? On Etsy? On here? Give her to the Traveling Pony Museum? lol
I really like her and I'm waiting for my various Granny Smith plushies to arrive before I do anything with her, but I just can't decide!
In any case, here is young Granny Smith! I'm excessively proud of myself for the bonnet, which I just didn't think I'd be able to do. Next time I would make her pig tails a little smaller and less thick though.