Hi everyone, as you know, i had this model since a GOOD time... Everyone, well...A Lot of people wants this model i had a lot of request for a download link, i started to rig this again because isn't easy trhow it to the trash to easy...So i've worked in this again...
But well...I won't create discord again because i have other things to do, so i use the ~benja020 model discord, is a very good model, so i've worked on this. It have 43 Flexes...Yes!
Discord is a expressive creature and i tried to create a lot of expresions modes for make it with more...Life?
Sorry if i dissapointed to you about you waiting a excellent model, i feel bad for this, but i don't really like discord, i did it for everyone who wants have a discord model
Some notes - There are other ways to create a nice, smooth and even surface. I can only provide information on what I have tried and what I know. - The 3 items shown, from left to right, are: Sculpey liquid clay softener, baby oil, and petroleum oil. - Oils and petroleum jelly can stain your clothes and workplace. Wash your hands after using these items. - When sanding, use a dust mask and make sure your work area is well ventilated. - Before painting, you need to set up a smooth surface to paint. I'll provide more information on painting in a future tutorial.
This tutorial was difficult to do. I wasn't sure what to write about, it felt like there was so little to say.
Rion-Noire asked me about sculpting male pony's nose (check out his cute Dashie custom!)
This is just a quick explanation and one way to make a colt/male pony's nose. Since there isn't a lot of information provided here, feel free to ask questions. I know there are people out there who make the male pony's noses in a different way, this is my way of making it. You don't have to follow this exactly as it's shown. You can make the nose bigger or smaller or whatever you want.
1. Get a pony and a bit of clay 2. Shape the ball of clay so that it looks like a pill or Tic Tac 3. Squish the clay onto the pony's nose 4. Gently push some of the clay to the bridge the nose. 5. Do the same to the sides of the nose 6. Finally, smoothen the front of the nose Not Shown: Work with the clay until all side of completely smooth and the clay seamlessly forms into the pony. You can use clay oil to do this (before the clay hardens) or sand the nose (after the clay hardens)
I took these pictures in a rush so there are a lot of things in the background. There's a Blossomforth in the back, in the process of becoming a Derpy. There's Soarin's tail and mane to the left. There's a bunch of paints and my working area (which is just an old calender I use so I don't have to scrub the clay and paint off my desk so often).
Well, someone should create model of bigmac since a good time, so well, i've created one, is the x1.1 more bigger than a normal pony, so, now come the bad news...Few flexes could have issues, and the rig too (Well, no really, i've edited the shape of big mac) so don't expect a 100% quality model
Well, as you can see in the picture the mouth is rounded...But when you spawn it is squared...WTF? simple...Just press 1st click when you faceposing on the model and done, the face will morph c:
Thaanks a lot to for the amazing textures
I'm sure you competitor of the contest do you want kill me because i've upload it now and you have only 2 day to apply it LOL
Some Notes - You don't have to paint the eyes this way. Find out what you are most comfortable with. - If you dilute the paint with some water, you'll end up with smoother results. However, if you add too much water and make the paint too thin, it will spread around like crazy and you'll lose control of it. I'll have more information about diluting paints in a future tutorial. - In order to make the upper arch, you can use a paint brush or marker pen. If you choose to use a marker pen, find one that doesn't fade or disintegrate. I found that "Pigma Micron" and "Faber-Castell" brand marker pens work well but are expensive. I currently paint on the arch with a paint brush. Painting on the arch requires some practice so don't get frustrated if it doesn't work out in the beginning. - I will make another tutorial on how to paint the lashes soon.
I used Rainbow Dad in this tutorial ( amandkyo-su.deviantart.com/art… ). He doesn't have a mane in these photos because I remove everything when I paint the bodies.
I will provide detailed guides on how to use these materials later on.
1. Polymer clay - Generally I use "Sculpey" brand clay, one of the most well know brands of polymer clay. I prefer "Super Sculpey" because it's easy to work with but I also use "Super Sculpey Firm" for smaller things. There are many different brands of polymer clay, find out which works best for you. 2. MLP Toy - This is the base of the whole custom. You can use blind bags, brushables or any other type of MLP toy. 3. Super Glue - Used to attach manes, tails or accessories onto the figure. 4. Liquid Clay Softener - When the clay is still soft, I use it to smoothen the surface. By putting a drop on your fingers, you can gently brush over a surface to get rid of fingerprints and small imperfections. You can use baby oil or mineral oil as a cheaper alternative. 5. Stainless Steel Wire - Can be used as a frame to provide support or be part of the decor itself.
6. Pencil - For sketching designs onto the figure or clay. 7. Xacto Knife - Has many uses. It can be used to remove existing manes, cut out shapes from clay, roll out clay or crave designs. 8. Nose Tipped Pliers - Used for cutting and bending wire 9. Ultra Fine Detail Paintbrush - For very fine details such as cutie marks, eyes, etc. 10. Fine Detail Paintbrush - For small details. 11. Watercolor Paintbrush - For painting big surfaces such as the body or mane.
Acrylic Paint These are water based, non toxic acrylic paints. I have Apple Barrel, Americana, Craft Smart, and Folk Art brand paints. After I'm done painting, I use a sealer/finish to protect the paint. I have "Mod Podge" and "Delta Ceramcoat"
These are my frequently used tools. I occasionally use other things such as sandpaper, toothpicks and paper towels but I don't know if they are worth mentioning.
When I saw the first pictures of the Royal Castle Friends playset featuring the brushable Princess Celestia figure, I was very, very excited! I had ~plans~. Princess Cadence, yes! Allie Way! Fleur! Lauren's ponysona! NIGHTMARE MOON!
People who inquired about the song of my people got "Muahahahaha!" in response.
It's a little harder than I thought it would be.
So here's a very quick little tutorial on how to take apart a brushable Celestia and get her wings out.
There are other ways to remove the hair from these ponies but this is the way I do it. I do not need to completely remove the hair because I do not rehair my ponies, I sculpt new manes using clay.
I shouldn't have to say this but I feel like need to, You are using a sharp instrument, be careful. - Take your time, do not rush. - Make sure your fingers are away from the blade. - Never pull the blade towards you, push the blade away from you. - Do not use too much force. If the blade slips, goodness knows what it will hit.