This pony was made as a pet for my custom Strawberry Shortcake doll Sour Apple. She was made from a white G3 My Little Pony that was rerooted with Katsilk hair in CM Midnight and Evergreen. The eyes were repainted in acrylics and sealed. The corset and boots were sculpted from Apoxie Sculpt, painted and sealed. The fishnet gloves on the forlegs and the striped stockings were painted in acrylic and sealed.
This pony is the sister to my previous Halloween themed corseted witch Enchantress (that can be seen here: [link]). She is currently on eBay and can be found here with loads more pics: [link]
Charm was made from a G3 Avalonia My Little Pony rerooted with Katsilk Fairy Lights hair. The corset, boots and stockings were sculpted from Apoxie Clay, painted with acrylics and sealed. As were the accent stars on her hat and tail bow, her broom and magic wand. The hat was hand sewn from cotton fabrics in lavender and light blue. The little silver star was then sewn to the brim. Charm's eyes were repainted with acrylics and sealed. See more pics of her here: [link]
This pony was made as a private commission for a girl who wanted a gift for a friend who is stationed in Iraq as part of a bomb squad. The pony was made from a white G3 My Little Pony that I rehaired with Katsilk hair in Noir with tiny red streaks throughout. The corset, anklet and boots were made from Apoxie Sculpt. The eyes and clothing were then painted in acrylics and sealed. The symbol, of the girls military badge, was painted with black and silver acrylics and sealed. As always, check out my website for many more pics and angles of all my ponies, especially the corseted ones as you can't see the lacing and other details in this pic (such as tread on the bottoms of the boots, laced shoulders, etc.
As always, to see all the pictures of this pony, to see the detail in the corset and boots and such, go to my website here: [link] She is listed under "corseted ponies". This pony was made from a pink G3 My Little Pony toy. The symbol was removed with laquer thinner, eyes repainted with acrylics and sealed and the corset, boots and striped stockings were sculpted from Apoxie Clay, painted and sealed. The hair was rerooted with katsilk hair in Evergreen and Noir. The hat is removable and is completely handmade out of black cotton fabric (kind felt-like feel) and green cotton fabric. There are little holes in the hat for the ears to poke out of The broom is also handmade out of Apoxie Clay over wire and tinfoil (wire and foil used to bulk out and stabalize the Apoxie Clay.)
This pony was part of my birthflowers with birthstones custom My Little Pony set. Each pony had a symbol of a sculpted stylized black and silver heart with the pony's birthflower on it (sculpted with apoxie clay), rerooted hair to match the color scheme, repainted eyes, and a removable tiara with Swarovski crystals in the same color of the birthstone. This pony was for February and has a violet on the symbol and Amethyst colored crystals.
I have made 2 versions of this pony, many more pics of all angles of the pony can be seen on my website under "other customs" here: [link] That being said, this pony was made from a G3 My Little Pony named Sunny Daze that I rerooted with Katsilk hair in CM Midnight. The eyes were repainted, one ice blue and one brown, with the black "stitched" eyebrows and messy red eyeliner in acrylics and sealed. The tattoos were painted in acrylics and sealed also. The "leather" pants and boots were sculpted from Apoxie Sculpt, painted and sealed. There is a lot of detail in them that this pic doesn't show, such as the tread on the bottoms of the boots.
Not sure if she has a specific name in mind for this girl, so for the time being "3-D Shark Pony" will have to do This pony was made as a private commission for Mintyone. She wanted a pony with a cartoony shark leaping off the pony's rear with the tail coming out down lower on the leg. She has a keychain with a cartoony little shark on it and I used it as a reference for the basic look. The symbol was made with Apoxie Clay, painted with acrylics and sealed. The hair is restoredoll Katsilk in Platinum White, Azure Blue and Noir. The eyes were painted two-tone blue with dark silvery eyeshadow.
This custom My Little Pony was made as a private commission for my good friend Kelly. She is a big horse nut and asked me to make her a little pony dressed like a cowgirl for her. The pony was made from a G3 My Little Pony toy named Blossomforth. I removed her symbols, took out the original hair and replaced it with Katsilk hair in a shade of brown, and sculpted a complete cowgirl outfit from Apoxie Clay. The outfit has everything right down to the Wrangler tag on the jeans, stitching all around, and a shiny "silver" beltbuckle. The hat was bought from a craft shop and I added a real leather band with a sculpted pink rose to the brim. The eyes have been repainted hazel to match Kelly's eyes but due to my poor lighting source my pics are dark so you can't really tell.
Mmmmm...peanut butter and jelly. A classic for all kids and still one of my favorite foods. This pony was a bit of an experiment for me as I wanted to try making a custom My Little Pony with curly hair. The basic idea for this pony came from my boyfriend when I asked "what the heck can I do with a brown pony?" I had considered a peanut butter cookie pony but he was adamant about peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, lol. The pony was originally a G3 My Little Pony named Butterscotch that I rerooted with Katsilk hair in Purple Passion. The eyes and symbol were painted with acrylics and sealed. I made the little jars of peanut butter and jelly, the bread slices and the knife out of Apoxie Sculpt, painted them in acrylics and sealed them. OH, and the name Jelly Curl is of course a take on the ever-popular Jerry Curl hairstyle, lol.
This pony was made as a private commission for Whippetluv. It is of her pony persona, Whippetluv, of course The pony was made from a G3 My Little Pony named Crystal Lake that I rerooted with Katsilk hair in Platinum White, Sky Blue, and Purple Passion. The eyes were repainted in acrylics and sealed. The corset, boots and anklet were sculpted from Apoxie Clay, then painted and sealed. The horn was also sculpted from Apoxie Clay, painted to match the body color and sealed. The symbol was designed by Whippetluv and then handpainted in acrylics by me.