Didn't feel like uploading the lineart, so went ahead with just plain color. Had lots of fun with this (and stayed up way too late), and tried multi-hue lineart instead of my traditional black. Since it was a bit of a gift/challenge from Frisket I tried something more along her coloring style. Anyway, she told me I should draw a pirate pony, so I succumbed in honor of Halloween. There's something about the pose that bothers me though, like I've seen it somewhere else and my mind decided to re-draw it. Oh well.
edit: fixed the lines (I saw I'd missed the outline on a bit of the mane) and tweaked one or two other things that were bothering me. And decided his name should be Captain Crossbones. ('Bones' for short) Definately my favorite MLP I've ever made. So yay, finished! Oh, and I chucked his lineart up in the scraps section in case anyone wants to have a go at giving him a different color scheme. I considered candy corn colors at one point!
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.
Made from a December birthflower pony rehaired with Katsilk hair in green. Wings are sculpted from Apoxie Clay over a wire base. Wings and eyes painted with acrylics and sealed. Removable tiara made from Swarovski crystals and beading wire.
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.
Ok, I made this one for avatar/signature purposes on MLP forums, but I wanted to upload it here too... I think it's not an official MLP ( I hope it, since I did her without references, but one never knows...and I'm not in the mood of checking now all the old MLPs.Not now ^_^U ).
Ok, all in Photoshop 7. I know the background is cheesy ( who said Teletubbies? ) but, uh, well, I started playing with vectors and... duh. At least is a background.
My pony Pentacle from PonyIsland [link] She's my starter (and first) pony I created there. (I'm known as 'PookaWitch' on PI.) At the moment she's actually still a baby, but she'll be grown up in a few weeks, and I would rather draw her as an adult.
That site is SO much fun.. especially for childish adults like myself who spend nearly every day playing with her 60+ ponies when she grew up.
I have more pony pictures on the way as well. This is just my first in a batch.
(I wasn't quite sure what category to put this into. She's my own character from a rpg site heavily based on My Little Pony (but not a copyrighted site). I wasn't sure if she'd be in Misc. Fan Art.. or under Cartoons.. so I figured she's more my own creation then a fan art. )
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.