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A pony I made for the Silent Hill Swap on the My Little Pony Arena.
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This pony was made from a white G3 My Little Pony named Misty Blue. She was rerooted with Katsilk hair in CM Midnight. The eyes were painted in acrylics and sealed. The dress and boots were sculpted out of Apoxie Sculpt, then the legs were painted black to simulate black leggings. Then it was all painted in acrylics and sealed. The headless doll was made from Apoxie Sculpt and has little jointed arms and legs so they flop around like a rag doll.
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OH NO ITS GODZIRRA!!!!!

So this is WAY overdue to post.
princessmaker commissioned me to make a Godzilla pony for her son for his Birthday.
I gladly accepted. He was to much fun to make.
He also won first place in the Kentucky Customs Contest (sculpted category).
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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.
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This is a giraffe that I made out of two combined My Little Pony toys. The head was from a Blossomforth and the body is a January Carnation birthflower. I attached the head to the body with wire and then sculpted the missing neck area with Apoxie Clay. I then sanded it smooth, sculpted the tail, horns and hair. Then I painted the whole thing purple with blue highlights and added the spots in a blue to purple gradiant over the body.
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This pony was made as a private commission for Darklys, she designed the pony and wanted one half to be the bird form of Howl and the other to be normal with a symbol of him as a child with the fire. I made the pony out of a white G3 My Little Pony who I rehaired with Katsilk hair in black and purple (as per Darklys request). The bird side was sculpted with Apoxie Clay, painted black with purple highlights and sealed. The symbol on the non-bird side, as well as the eyes were also painted wtih acrylics and sealed. I made some little white teardrop shaped earrings for the pony also. I decided he needed a friend so made a little sculpture of calcifer too ;)
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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.
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This my little pony was made in the image of Captain Jack Sparrow, to see many more detailed pictures of this pony from other angles go to my website here: [link] (don't forget to check out my other customs by going to the main site by clicking the "home" button on that link). I tried my hardest to make this pony's clothing as close to the real costume as possible. The pony was a white G3 My Little Pony rehaired with Katsilk hair in shades of black and brown and also Mohair in black to create the dreadlocks. The mustache and goatee are made from mohair rooted into the ponies face, no glue involved. The outfit was made from Apoxie Clay and painted to match the real costume. All of the beads in the hair (including the sail needle, coins and silver dangly thing, lol) were handmade from Apoxie Clay and/or beading wire. They are insanely tiny. The bandana is a piece of fabric and is not removable as it has been sewn into the hair so that it will stay in position. All of the painted surfaces were painted in acrylics and sealed. Last but not least, the compass was hand-sculpted from Apoxie Clay, painted and sealed. It's about 1/2" square and has a wire loop on the back so it can be hung around the ponies neck. I just wish I could make itty bitty hinges so that I could have made it an opening compass ;)
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This pegasus was made from a Strawberry Sunset G3 My Little Pony rehaired with Katsilk hair in (if I remember correctly) Hot Pink and Turquoise. Wings were made with Apoxie Clay over wire. Wings and eyes repainted with acrylics and sealed. Removable tiara made from white seed beads, cultured pearls and beading wire.
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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.
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