I've been meaning to take a picture of my entire collection but kept putting it off until I finished building the one I was currently working on. Then I would start building another one and want to wait again. I finally made myself take the picture before I started working on another one.
My latest build is in the picture but I haven't posted the picture of it yet. So this is kind of a little preview of it. I'm not going to say which one it is but it shouldn't be hard to spot.
I put Porygon in the middle because it was the first papercraft I ever built.
And for those paying attention: One of these things is not like the other.
Just a photo reposted from my blog, of an adorable miniature Rarity plushie (she's only about four inches high) that an anonymous, wonderful individual was kind enough to commission and have sent to me as a gift! I have always adored working Rarity-the-artist in her sewing glasses, and this little darling is one of the loveliest gifts I ever could have asked for... here she is standing atop Bernadette (my sewing machine) just waiting to supervise me on my next project.
So much ~
EDIT: I'm moving this picture from scraps to my main gallery because I've decided I'd like to use it for my deviantID, but once again I can't claim credit for making Rarity! I'm afraid all I did was liberate her from the package she came in in the mail, and nothing more!
EDIT: Okay, whoa XD that transparency motion trail was just way too busy. I might upload it to my scraps or something if you guys still want it.
So this is what i've been workin on for a while, in case anyone was interested XD
I've been trying to brush up on my animation stuff for a while, since i'd really like to get better with it.
-No reference was used, making this a completely unique animation. -over 36 hours of work went into this -15 frames of animation -redrew the lineart twice, was not so fun xD -had to fix several frames -still some frames that should be fixed -too lazy to fix them xD
Programs used: Paint tool SAI for all of the actual drawing, Photoshop CS4 Portable for the rendering/animation
If you'd like to use this as a base for an animation, feel free.
Photo of myself taken courtesy of Wolf Mountain Sanctuary. They are hurting right now financially because they are loseing visitors due to gas prices. Please stop by their website and look at all the beautiful wolves they have there, read about them...and if you'd like you can donate by sponsering one of the wolves, or by visiting the sanctuary (amazing experience!). If you have ANY money (even 5 bucks) to donate, they are in great need right now. Here's the link to their website....